|Ammunition Type||Pistol Ammo|
|Damage||14 (3x head shot)|
|Fire Rate||User Dependant|
The Walther PP series pistols are blowback-operated semi-automatic pistols.
They feature an exposed hammer, a double-action trigger mechanism, a single-column magazine, and a fixed barrel which also acts as the guide rod for the recoil spring. The series includes the Walther PP, PPK, PPK/S, and PPK/E.
They are manufactured by Carl Walther GmbH Sportwaffen in Germany, Manurhin in France following World War II, and then in the United States by Interarms in Alexandria, Virginia and currently Smith & Wesson. All production has been under license from Walther.
The PPK is a lightweight, semi-automatic handgun often rarely used because of its short magazine capacity of 7 rounds and mediocre damage. The most common use of this weapon is unloading it for its Pistol Ammo.
The best recommendation is to drop the PPK as soon as another pistol like a Glock or USP becomes available because of the limited 7 rounds, it may have a quick reload time though it isn't too helpful, a player can kill a zombie however with a single magazine of this weapon, providing all shots hit the head.
Players that have some skill use the PPK to show off, others strip it of available ammo. In rare cases it can function well as a "Backup of a Backup" of sorts, especially for pistol users as if they delplete the large pistols then use a PPK in their last resort.
- One common misconception is that the PPK does more damage than other pistols.
- Before the 1.6 Patch, players used to recieve the PPK along with a Keyboard if they joined late into a round. This was removed as players can no longer join Survivors after the round has started.