as a pistol, in every way, used, for $150 or so. Mak is no pocket gun, and a 4" Browning is no harder to ccw than a 1911 is, much less the 4" N frame you CLAIM is so "easy" to ccw. Buckmark has CONSIDERBLY more velocity, ease of hitting and control than does the .22 ppk Hard Ball carries in his pants pocket, and it's very servicable as a foraging or match pc. Neither the PPK nor the Mak can come close to the Browning .22 in that regard, and the Mak's ammo costs 5x as much as the .22 ammo. Since the Mak doesn't hit ENOUGH harder than the .22 to MATTER any, buying one is a screwup on your part.