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Walther 2796066 PPQ M2 9mm 4" Black Poly Grip 15+1

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Model: 2796066
Condition: Factory New
Bud's Item Number: 84612
UPC: 723364200021
MFG: Walther Arms

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The Walther PPQ is a short recoil-operated locked breech semi-automatic pistol that uses a modified Browning cam-lock system adapted from the Hi-Power pistol. The PPQ has a glassfiber-reinforced polymer frame and steel slide assembly. It can be broken down into its main parts or field stripped with a take down catch without the help of tools. The internal preset striker 'Quick Defense' trigger of the PPQ is a departure of previous Walther pistols and has been developed for the PPQ.[9] When the trigger is pulled the trigger bar engages a disconnect lever, which props up a sear hook, which releases the fully pre-loaded striker assembly, firing the pistol. Pulling the trigger does not partially load the striker spring as with the Glock and many other striker fired pistol designs. The PPQ trigger pull is entirely due to the trigger and disconnector springs. The PPQ has a trigger travel of approximately 9 mm (0.4 in) with a relatively short trigger reset of 2.5 mm (0.1 in) and a trigger pull of approximately 25 N (5.6 lbf). Unlike many other trigger systems, preset internal strikers have a let-off point and trigger pull that remains unchanged from the first shot to the last and requires no decocker. It should however be noted that the striker of the PPQ variant does not protrude from the back of the slide, as the firearm is in a constant cocked state.

Finish High Polish Blue Ice
Type Kit
Action Not Listed
Caliber 22 TCM
Barrel Length 3.62"
Capacity 9
Safety Ambidextrous, Grip
Grips Mother of Pearl
Sights Fixed Front Adjustable Rear
Weight 24 oz
Finish Black
Type Semi-Automatic
Action Double Action
Caliber 9mm
Barrel Length 4"
Capacity 15 + 1
Safety Trigger Only
Grips Black
Sights Adjustable
Weight 24 oz

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Reviewed By: Karlo R on 11/24/2016 Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
The best polymer handgun in the market. Awesome trigger.

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Reviewed By: Mike D on 10/29/2016 Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
Great Pistol - I am a Kimber snob, but after shooting my Brother's Walther PPQ 45, I had to go out and buy one. When I saw the price dropped to $522.00 I jumped on it. I was blown away by how accurate it was right out of the box. It LOVES 230 grain FMJ American Eagle, I made the Bulls Eye completely disappear with the first box of 50 rounds, nothing but a big hole where the Bulls Eye was and this was at 30 feet... It does not seem to like any +P's that I shot through it, looked more like a shotgun pattern. I am NOT a Striker Fired lover, but this is the best I have ever shot and the reset of the trigger is the shortest I've ever seen, you need to "Ride" the trigger for a while to get it down, but it enables rapid fire once you get used to it. I liked it so much I grab the 9mm version also. When I first saw it, I thought - O a Glock - but after shooting it, I was saying this is WAY NICER than a Glock !!! - Mike - US Army Pistol Team 1974 -1977

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Reviewed By: Clinton T on 06/30/2016 Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
Great service by bud's - made final pmt on a Friday, gun shipped Monday and I had it Wednesday. Updates were sent every step.

Now for the gun. a+. I can't find any flaws. The ergonomics, fit and finish are great. The muzzle rise is less than most 4" poly 9mm which makes fast shooting easy and the 0.1" trigger reset helps with that as well as slower shooting if you are one to ride the reset, so to speak. Accuracy is just as it should be, the projectile hits where you aim the gun as long as proper technique is applied.

Really the only negative are the factory sights, which can be easily replaced with high quality fiber optic or Tritium for less than one
hundred dollars.

I was lucky to get the gun on layaway at 528 but it is still a great buy at its current price and I'd rate it above any Glock 17/19 etc in every category. I'm only making the comparison because many people tend to compare them.

Imp, buy this gun now if you can before the next gun craze

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Reviewed By: MITCHELL A on 06/08/2016 Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
Got to love Walther, "GREAT GUN"
Another great, smooth transaction with BUDS A+A+A+

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Reviewed By: Troy K on 05/18/2016 Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
Great gun especially for the price. Fit and finish is excellent. The trigger and the grip are both amazing and better then any other pistol made today. I have both the HK Vp9 and P30 and the grip is better on the Walther. Delivery was very quick, order on a Friday and had gun in hand the following Wednesday.

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