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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 G Wednesday 27 February, 2013
Bought this gun to get the wife used to semiauto operation and safety before moving her into the Ruger SR9c we bought from Buds a couple of months back. Took it to the range last weekend and pushed 100 rounds of CCI Mini Mags through it with very few problems. Shot dead on at 25 feet, and at 50 feet I think it was more my eyesight than the gun that put a few flyers into the mix. Fires nicely, and only had 1 FTE through the first 100 rounds. Fun to shoot, and once .22 LR starts to reappear, it'll be an affordable way to get the wife used to handguns. Until she's ready, i'll be taking this to the range with the rest of my weapons - it's that fun of a gun. Great price and service yet again from Bud's.

Rating: 4 of 5 Stars! [4 of 5 Stars!]
by Matthew P Thursday 21 February, 2013
Nice little handgun! My wife shot one at our ccw class and she loved it. So I got her one. I have taken it out to the range a lot too and I must say I really like it too! Accurate and comfortable. Gum came on great condition no issues and was shipped fast.

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
by CHRIS K Sunday 03 February, 2013
I love this little Walther, and so does my wife. It shipped very quickly from Buds, even at a high volume time. The background check took almost two weeks, but that's the state of CO's fault. It's like a little version of the P99. It fits a my wife's smaller hands very well, but my large hands can still hold it comfortably. It has a high quality feel for a .22 caliber. We still have not shot it yet, as the .22 ammo is very hard to find. Actually, .22 cal has been impossible to get anywhere. I hope we fond some soon so we can try this little gun out. I hope it shoots as well as it feels/looks.

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
by Matthew S Friday 18 January, 2013
Buds was great as usual. Fast shipping, great service, flawless trasaction The pistol on the other hand.....Its a good pistol, but a bad design. It has some enginering flaws IMO. This pistol was designed specifically for the CCI Mini Mag. I still had cycling problems with the M.M.'s. The problem with my particular pistol was the hammer and the point of contact with the slide. There was too much metal and it was hanging up. Fixable but kind of a pain. I paid $350 bucks for a NIB pistol I had to work on, not the end of the world, but not an ideal situation.If you have some skill in 'smithing, you'll be ok. If you don't, stay away from this pistol. You will regret it. On a positive note. After all my filing and polishing, the pistol runs flawlessly! It will eat the dirtiest, nastyiest ammo i can find. Pull the trigger and it will go bang every single time. I would trust my life to it! I trust my wifes life with it,...It is her carry gun.

Rating: 3 of 5 Stars! [3 of 5 Stars!]
by Gerald W. L Friday 11 January, 2013
This gun has been something of a disappointment. It won't shoot much of the ammo available unless you're willing to spend $$$ on the top line stuff. FTE's were constant with all of the bulk .22 ammo. Even more troubling is what I term a pretty bad trigger. It isn't smooth and doesn't break cleanly. The potentially worst problem is with the trigger bar. Since buying this pistol, I've done a lot of reading about its total disassembly and some modifications. The ears on the trigger bar - and several other components - have burrs and look to be unfinished in spots. Some parts have "seams" like one would see on a diecast toy car. The trigger bar in mine was tearing up the slide. Every time the gun would cycle, the ears would strike the slide, leaving a dent in the slide. This can be a fatal flaw that ultimately destroys the slide after only a few hundred rounds. While mine wasn't terribly beat up to look at, I ended up taking the gun completely apart to fix the ears, the trigger, and deburr everything internal. Frankly, for a German gun, this one isn't worth the trouble in my opinion. If you don't have gunsmithing skills, this could be an expensive experiment.

Rating: 3 of 5 Stars! [3 of 5 Stars!]
by zachary w Wednesday 05 December, 2012
Very happy with the service from Buds, got it in 3 days and went straight to the range and shot 200 rounds of Remingtons. One failure to feed was the only issue, otherwise it performed like a champ. Stripping and reassembly is a snap using the included slide spring guide tube, otherwise I can see how it would be a challenge. Great for recreational shooting and training.

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