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The Walther PPQ is a sweet little gun, nicely balanced, well made, in short a good product. I would rate it with the Sigs and HKs except for the polymer frame, which is not quite as sturdy. But for aesthetics and styling, super gun.
At the range, nice ergonomics, shot a hundred rounds, no FTEs or FTFs. Easy to field strip and clean. The under-the-trigger-guard mag release was odd at first, but easy to get used to. Not a major problem, and just as quick exchanging mags as the button type on S&W, Springfield, Browning.
The most pleasant thing abt. this weapon is how it comes to hand -- falls nicely into the hand's anatomy, far better than my XDM or Browning. The Germans did some super analysis and design here. Typical of their design philosophy. And the trigger and trigger reset are just perfect. Crisp, clean, no creep, no shifting.