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Walther Arms PPS M2 LE EDITION 9MM 3.18" 6/7/8+1

   201 Reviews| 10 Questions & Answers
Model: 2807696
 
Condition: Factory New
 
Bud's Item Number: 5591
 
UPC: 723364210525
 
MFG: Walther Arms

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The Walther PPS M2 LE is a slim, striker fired 9mm DAO semi-auto perfectly suited for concealed carry. It features a polymer frame, a 3.2-inch barrel, night sights, and Walther signature ergonomics. The PPS M2 LE comes standard with 3 magazines (6, 7, & 8 rd), a cocking indicator, a durable Tenifer coating, front & rear cocking serrations, and an extended slide stop.



Specifications:

  • Weight: 21.1 oz.
  • # of Mags: 3
  • Overall Length: 6.3"
SPECIFICATIONS
Metal Finish Black
Type Semi-Automatic
Action Double Action Only
Caliber 9mm
Barrel Length 3.18"
Capacity 6/7/8
Grips Polymer
Sights Fixed
SPECIFICATIONS
Metal Finish Blue
Type Semi-Automatic
Action Not Valid
Caliber 17 Hornady Mag Rimfire
Barrel Length 3.64" Compact
Capacity 27+1
Grips Modular Poly X Grip
Sights White Dot Adjustable Rear
SPECIFICATIONS
Metal Finish Black Hard-Coat Alloy
Type Training Pistol
Action Semi-Auto
Caliber 36 Black Powder
Barrel Length 6.5"
Capacity 10 + 1
Grips Black/ Desert Tan
Sights Fixed Front, Rear Adjustable

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Reviewed By: on 09/14/2019
Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!

Outstanding pistol for a most reasonable price and a reliable excellent shooter, too! Thanks to the excellent sales & service of Bud\\\'s Gun Shop!! Thanks you, Bud\\\'s, you hit it outta the park with this one!

Reviewed By: on 09/11/2019
Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!

Great feel in my large hands while shooting. I qualified easily on the combat course after only approx. rounds thru it. Easily concealed in a pancake holster. Wow, incredible firearm. Thanks Bud’s.

Reviewed By: on 09/09/2019
Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!

Great pistol! Paid $330 now under $300. I\\\'ve used Buds many times and will continue. Thanks

Reviewed By: on 08/30/2019
Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!

Shipping was kinda slow. Took almost a week to receive my order and I\\\'m a buds team member. Anyway the gun looks fantastic. It had plenty of oil on it. My FFL dealer didn\\\'t even contact me to tell me the gun was ready for pickup. I really hate dealing with that particular FFL dealer, but they are the cheapest one I can find in my area. 20$. The gun and the hard case are perfect.

Reviewed By: on 07/30/2019
Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!

Been eyeing the Walther PPS for some time. When i saw the great price offered at Buds, I jumped on it. What a great little 9mm single stack for carry. Beautiful. Nice heft to it. Nice trigger. 3 mags to boot! Can\\\'t wait to use it in some BUG match. It\\\'s an awesome little firearm and at this price if you can jump on it, do it. Don\\\'t know how much longer this will last.

Reviewed By: on 07/27/2019
Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!

Received my Walther PPS M2 07/25/19. As usual, great transaction with Bud\\\'s. Ahead of the arrival of this pistol, I purchased 550 rounds of various brass, steel, and aluminum case ammo ranging from 115gr to 147 gr. I had read reviews stating various pros and cons about different ammo types, loads, weights, etc and their performance in this pistol, so I wanted to find out first-hand. I also have heard comments about Walther\\\'s springs being heavy on the compression cycle and that ANY limp wristing or \\\"soft grip practices\\\" would be problematic with this pistol. This was stated by my FFL and by other former and current owners. My pedigree: Avid shooter, normally running 3,000+ rounds a season minimum. I have owned and/or operated hundreds of firearms over the last 30 years. Take that for whatever you feel it\\\'s value is to this review.\r\n\r\nI ran 200 rounds of 115, 124, and 147gr. factory loaded, brass-cased ammo. These were either FMJ or TC (truncated cone). All 200 rounds fed from magazine, discharged, ejected, and slide locked back on last round ejection, as normal. Magazines were loaded (all 3 supplied with package) with 5 rounds ea. for the first 100 rounds fired. After that, all magazines were loaded to maximum capacity for subsequent testing. No issues to report.\r\n\r\nMy first box of 50, TulAmmo steel cased 115gr - almost a complete failure. I was able to get 1 and 2-shot groups fired with failure to extracts (FTE) in between. This was consistent all the way through the box. After that box of 50, I broke the pistol down and did a basic cleaning that consisted of BoreSnake with CLP and 3 extra passes through the chamber with a phosphor-bronze brush to remove buildup. Re-assembly and returned to shooting. The failure process held true with Winchester USA Forged steel cased ammo. Lots of FTE\\\'s.\r\n\r\nBlazer aluminum ran without any issues. It\\\'s notable to say that the brass cased ammo felt \\\"hotter\\\" than the steel ammo by muzzle report and felt recoil. I know that TulAmmo is typically a bit slower leaving the muzzle and HUGELY dirtier (as evident in the pistol upon routine examinations).\r\n\r\nSuffice it to say, having used 3 different steel loads, and all of them suffering high percentage of FTE\\\'s, steel ammo is not compatible with this pistol, or at least not with the unit I purchased. Upon returning to brass cased ammo, no FTE\\\'s were experienced. The best group was experienced with Speer LE 115gr. GDHP\r\n\r\nThings of note that some may consider good, bad, or indifferent: Fit and finish are GREAT, almost. No machine marks on any metal, grip surfaces are great. The only fitment issue of note is that the magazines, when seated in place do have a noticeable gap between floor plate and mag well bottom. This did not effect function of pistol. The factory phosphorous sights are not \\\"night sights\\\" like a lot of people believe. They require a \\\"charge\\\" by a light source to be active and that has a ticking timer after that charge stops being present. So in the end, if that pistol is on your hip under a shirt or in a night stand, and you draw said pistol, don\\\'t expect luminous sights. That being said, the sights are easy to pik up when presenting the pistol and serve their purpose. Some people prefer to keep their carry weapon \\\"dry\\\" (not lubed) to prevent uptake of dirt/lint and then lube prior to range time. I am one of those people. I can tell you that this example does NOT operate reliably (namely trigger reset) with a dry system. Numerous dry fires (numbering in the 100\\\'s) with lubed internals yielded zero reset failures. Spraying internals with degreaser such as Gun Scrubber, reassembling, and dry firing resulted in a HUGE amount of reset failures. Tearing down the pistol and applying a few drops of Rem Oil resolved this issue immediately. This issue was very repeatable. Yes, I tried. I like to know mechanical limits, metal lubricity, etc. of a potential carry gun. Also, the manual (because I couldn\\\'t find it from a reliable source online) does not denounce the use of +P ammo, but does warn of accelerated wear to internal parts. I would agree with that statement. More pressure, more impact to moving parts. It does, however, explicitly say NO +P+ (which I wouldn\\\'t run in a polymer framed gun unless it was life/death). The unit received was outside of the parameters of the known recall of these pistols. I put mine on layaway late one night and then caught a glimpse of \\\"RECALL\\\" on a forum. I went into research mode, contacted Bud\\\'s, inquired, and I got a prompt reply stating that the pistols in their inventory that were effected by the Walther PPS M2 recall had already been sent back and all current inventory was not part of said recall. Once my unit was received, I did compare the serial number to the listed string of serial numbers on Walther\\\'s site to confirm everything was good.\r\n\r\nHopefully this answers some questions for other potential buyers. Overall I\\\'d score this a solid 8 on performance on a 1-10 scale. I shoot a LOT, LOT of steel ammo through all platforms that I own and it\\\'s bothersome to me that this pistol won\\\'t digest it reliably. I buy steel by the case routinely and would like to be able to feed this pistol on the same food, but that doesn\\\'t appear to be an option. At least not for now. I will get 1,000 rounds through it and try again. Before I forget....do your part on proper grip technique and this pistol will do it\\\'s end. I got a bit fatigued running double taps and magazine changes in 90 degree weather and got a bit soft on my hold, and Walther said \\\"nope, not going run right for you.\\\" Those springs need a solid resistance to do their job.

Reviewed By: on 07/26/2019
Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!

I’m very pleased with this walther it is very accurate easy and fun to shoot the three magazines are a nice bonus and the price at Buds can’t be beat.

Reviewed By: on 07/24/2019
Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!

If you want the best concealed carry gun this is it shots just a bit better than my Shield but not that much were it makes any difference between the two of them there the same for the most part just comes down to looks and if you like to rotate your EDC.\\r\\nTrigger and sights on the Walther are better than the Sheild but the m&p is just a little better quality Dame buy both ok can\\\\\\\'t go wrong either way.

Reviewed By: on 07/20/2019
Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!

Initially I was sceptical about online firearm purchases but that has quickly gone away. This whole process had made me think about how I\\\'ve bought guns in the past and how much I\\\'ve overpaid.\r\n\r\nAs for the PPS M2, this thing is amazing. She shoots and feels like a full size gun. This has to be the best deal out there of a single stack 9mm.

Reviewed By: on 07/17/2019
Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!

Quality firearm. Bud\\\'s was excellent. Zero problems whatsoever. Will be buying from Bud\\\'s again!

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