I have a Walther Pk 380. The 'k' refers to 'kompact' in Walther speak. It is not as small or compact as the tiny pocket rockets, like the lcp, is but it conceals very easily and very nicely. It is also very easy to shoot. I believe that of all the Walther 380s and 32s I have owned, PPs, PPKs and the PPK/S have all been thumb biters, the PPK and of course, the PPK/S. The PP was a dream to shoot but all the PP/PPK series are solid steel and built better than the Ruger made revolvers, imo. This Pk 380 is lightweight, very easy to shoot, much more ergonomic than the PPK/PPK/S series and accurate. A buddy picked up a slightly used PPK for $600 and has the typical 'thumb' complaint. He went through two boxes of reloads in my Pk and was sold on it. I think it is a primo carry piece.