I went to a gun show this weekend looking for a 1911. Saved up for the last few months. Had about $600 and figured I could get away with a used Taurus or Para. How did I end up with a Walther PK380? My wife, not a shooter, but was with me this weekend and as been curious about and thinking about getting her own handgun. I made her a deal that if she found something before I did, I would be willing to get it for her if she would spend more time with me and our son at the range. Deal. I didn't expect she would find somehting. I was wrong. Not a decent deal on a 1911 for me and wouldn't you know it. Someone handed her a Walther PK 380 and she loved it. I wouldn't get the first one she held made her look around and try others. Tried a Bersa Thunder .380, Sig .380, Taurus TCP, Taurus 709, Ruger LCP, Ruger LC9, etc.. Slept on it Saturday and went back and bought one Sunday. I'll get some pictures and post them. I'm impressed, we shot 200 rounds yesterday afternoon with ZERO malfunctions. It has the easiest operating slide she could find. I think that is what sealed the deal. She's always hated the slides on my other pistols. I've never had a Walther before. She picked it up and emptied the first mag into a bottle at 25 ft. Didn't miss at all. I was proud of the little lady. I helped her clean it up last night and now she's asked about getting her CCW. Anyway, I mainly wanted to report about the Walther. I was really impressed with its feel and virtually no recoil. It was like shooting a .22 mag rather than a .380. Anyone else out there own one of these?