It's a PP, not a PPK. I think the PPK's proportions are a bit blunt for beauty. However, I do own a 1960's built PPK and sometimes carry it as a BUG.You cannot be wrong on a matter of your own tastes. Though not ranking the PPK so highly as you, the disappointment that my PPK-clone didn't sell during the recent bubble is alloyed with some relief: that little thing can shoot and for a time was my CCW. Never should have offered it.
And for a 19th Century revolver, I respectfully nominate the Remington Model of 1858 or even the 1875. The '58's profile speaks a beautifully functional degree of menace. My Uberti '75 in .45 was a prize at a FONRA banquet ... sometimes while admiring it, I consider acquiring a Pieta '58 in .44 and a metalic-cartridge conversion kit. Then I'd have it in a correct caliber; but it would be a wall-hanger. Still too many of those. View attachment 614140
You have drank the Koolaid.What, no Glock love???
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Seriously, I only include this because there was a time when I thought Glocks were among the ugliest-looking handguns on the planet. Then in recent years we've seen a slew of new handguns from Ruger, Taurus, H&K, Beretta and Walther that are so hideous-looking that by comparison the Glock actually doesn't look too bad anymore.