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Walther QAP22003 P22 Standard 22 LLR 3.4" 10+1 Black Grip Bl
[QAP22003]
$341.00
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by Charles H Friday 14 October, 2016
I bought this pistol despite warnings from friends that magazine fed blow-back operated .22 pistols are very finicky. Justifying my decision as shrewd based on the fact that it was a Walther, I purchased the gun. I falsely believed that my wife would enjoy the ergonomics and lightness of the pistol. Instead, my friends were proven right. This pistol, while feeling great in the hand as almost an extension of the arm, leaves much to be desired...especially for a Walther. Buckets-o-ammo/bulk ammo does not cycle well at all. I had good luck with CCI, but I\'m not interested in paying more than 6 cents/round for .22. I experienced \"smoke stacks\", failure to feeds, and failure to eject. Oddly enough, when firing an entire mag in a very quick fashion (2-3 rounds per second), the reliability increased. My unfounded/untested theory: .22 rounds do not produce enough blowback to effectively cycle the action, especially if you do not have a firm grip on the weapon. I believe that a lot of the required energy is absorbed in the wrist/arms when not fired with a firm grip. Thus, when firing quickly/cyclic, a person is expecting round after round and is therefore gripping the firearm more firmly, increasing reliability. As I said...untested theory. I also strongly dislike the magazine ejector lever located on the bottom of the trigger-well. Just not consistent with other pistols and therefore a hassle. Unbiased opinion, save longer and buy a Ruger Mark III or similar tried and tested .22 pistol.

Rating: 2 of 5 Stars! [2 of 5 Stars!]
by Claire C Sunday 01 December, 2013
It has some power and sounds nice. Shoots good. Nice defense gun for anyone or good carry handgun.

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
by Richard W Sunday 02 June, 2013
I actually purchased this gun several months ago, but took it to the range for the first time today. First for the positives.....this is a really cool looking gun and great fun too shoot. But, I couldn't believe the number of FTF's and FTE's I experienced in the first 100 rounds. I'll chalk that up to breaking in for now as those issues were less numerous as I continued to shoot. The FTE problem actually ceased to be an issue, but I continued having the FTF problem with at least one shell in each magazine load. I hope this is still just a breaking-in issue, but will have to see in future outings. For more positives, Bud's as always was very fast in their delivery despite the craziness that existed in the market when I first ordered this firearm. So, once again, 2 thumbs way up for Bud's. I don't and won't buy my firearms anywhere else. I also find that their prices are typically very competitive, if not the least expensive around. Thus, the poor rating I'm giving is entirely due to my experience with the gun.

Rating: 3 of 5 Stars! [3 of 5 Stars!]
by Donald M Monday 06 May, 2013
Thank you buds for another fine weapon. Took it to the range today and pounded out 150 rounds with no FTF. Awesome little pistol that is very accurate. Alot of safety features make this a welcomed asset to my collection.

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
by Clinton B Tuesday 09 April, 2013
Now I know why Buds gets major props on most reviews. I had this Walther for my wife IN HAND from my dealer in 4 DAYS! Also, after shipping, insurance, and my dealers 35$ transfer fee, I still payed less than my local gun stores would have charged IF they had one in stock. The gun looks great and my wife loves how it feels in her hand. She is quite petite (5'1" 105 lbs), but I am a 6'1" firefighter and this Walther feels good in my hand as well! Now... If only we could find more Ammo.

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
by margaret s Monday 04 March, 2013
some features are stiffor hard to work , such as safety and magazine release. the plastic takedown lever is also flimsy and awkward to operate for field stripping worked fine w/ remington hi velocity 22lr , but it failed to eject the 22 casing on remigton 22 ammo. with right ammo it is a fine little semi auto 22 pistol to shhot.

Rating: 4 of 5 Stars! [4 of 5 Stars!]
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