The Walther PPK was one of the many weapons that never made it to the final version of the game.
A variation of the Walther PP, the PPK was released in 1931 and was popular with both police forces and civilians for being reliable and easily concealable. During World War II both the PP and PPK were issued to police and military forces, as well as the Schutzstaffel, the Luftwaffe, and Nazi Part officials. Adolf Hitler used the PPK to commit suicide in the Führerbunker in Berlin.
Also, the PPK is famous for being fictional secret agent James Bond’s signature weapon in many films and novels. Ian Fleming’s choice of the PPK greatly influenced it’s popularity.
The PP and PPK among the first successful double-action semi-automatic pistols and have been widely copied since their release.
The barrel length is 83mm (3.3 in.).