What kind of Ammo does the German PPK use?

I know they are produced in only .32 ACP now, but they were using .9 or .22, in the day, right?

Can't find info. Please help if you knoww. Thanks.

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  • 1 decade ago
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    The PPK was made to fire three different rounds. You already know about the 32. They also made some that fired the 22 long rifle. The most common was a larger round than both.

    In Germany it is called "9 mm Kruz"

    (That means 9 mm short.)

    In Metric, it is called "9 x 18"

    In the USA, it is called the "380" or "380 ACP" or the "9 mm Short"

    The PPK was never made in the 9 mm Luger or Parabellum as the PPK uses a simple blow back design and it can not handle the recoil of the more powerful round.

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  • 1 decade ago

    I believe it came in .32, 9mm, .380 and .22 LR

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  • GunnyC
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    1 decade ago

    Fireball has it correct; the PPK's people think are marked 9mm are actually marked 9mm K or Kurtz, which is 9mm short which is the .380ACP.

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  • 1 decade ago

    I believe it was .380.

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  • 1 decade ago

    .32ACP, .380ACP, .22LR, and .25ACP are all calibers offered for the PP, but the PPK only comes in .380ACP or .32ACP.

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  • 1 decade ago

    i thought it was .9 mm. jeez havent u seen james bond?

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