I have been researching the Walther PPK out of curiosity, and everyone I've seen on internet forums either seems to love em, or hate em. Those that love em, love em for the reasons those that hate em, hate em. Heavy, trigger pull, sights, etc, etc. My question regards the haters. Is this one of those things where the hate spews from a handful of lemons, or is the hate actually justified ? My thoughts on it are that the design itself is not a "pocket gun" design. It's a smaller version of a service pistol. The trigger hate... if I had to guess, comes from a generation or two of Glock lovers who can't cope with having to actually remember a safety and learn a double action trigger pull. The sight hate, capacity hate, etc; I can not comment on. The hate of the wieght... my thoughts are "If it's too heavy, buy an S&W 442." Also.... objectivity is absolutely useless when a gun is viewed through the eyes of want and Hollywood mystique.