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Walther PPQ9 9mm 4.1" 15Rd. Black
by Robert A Date Added: Saturday 14 April, 2012
I'll pile on and add my 2 cents. Yes, the reviews are all true, this is one fantastic pistol. Superb ergonomics, mild recoil, high build quality, and the best trigger on a polymer I've ever had. I've had about 450 rounds through this pistol and not one jam. This pistol is incredibly accurate and is capable of rapid follow up shots due to the short trigger reset. Once I got the feel of the reset, I was able to execute rapid double taps on target with no problem, and I'm not that experienced either. Due to the great ergonomics, the pistol settles back into position quickly after recoiling and after some practice you will get "the feel" of the trigger reset and recoil which will be very manageable. This pistol is like a Glock and H&K combined, with the best of each combined in one pistol. One drawback - the magazines aren't cheap - and I would only use the Walther factory made magazines on a precision pistol like this as they are well made and very reliable (they make 15 and 17 rd mags). One more thing, I recently brought two friends of mine to the shooting range for the first time and neither had ever fired a gun (really, I'm not kidding). I went over some basics and after they got some experience with it - THEY BOTH ENDED UP LOVING THE PISTOL! One of the shooters was a lady (first-time shooter) and even she commented on how much she liked it and how well it handled and fit in the hand. I have another friend (an experienced shooter) who is a self-professed "1911 snob" in search of a polymer pistol with a good trigger. While the PPQ trigger is not a 1911, it is the closest thing to it in a polymer pistol and my friend really likes this pistol! That says a lot!

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