Got my new Walther PPS!

Got my new Walther PPS!

This is a discussion on Got my new Walther PPS! within the Defensive Carry Guns forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; I'm actually kinda surprised it fits in my cargo pants and slacks front pocket with its 6-round .40 S&W magazine, and I can draw pretty ...

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    Got my new Walther PPS!

    I'm actually kinda surprised it fits in my cargo pants and slacks front pocket with its 6-round .40 S&W magazine, and I can draw pretty decently from that, too. Planning to get my jeans modified so the PPS can fit in those pockets.

    It's now serving as a BUG to my HK45C - haven't fired the PPS yet, only practiced drawing with it. The pocket holster guru guy makes the holster look like a block/part of a wallet inside your pants but even then, no one seemed to notice - I carried the HOLSTER (NOT the gun) in class in close proximity to people and no one was any the wiser...
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    You'll love the PPS. It is my favorite carry pistol by a long shot. I have nearly two dozen carry worthy pistols and the PPS gets 100% of my EDC time. I have it 9mm and .40 (the .40 is still NIB)

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    I really like my PPS in 9mm---you will too!

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    The guys are right, it's by far my favorite carry gun. You will love it I'm sure

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    Congrats and welcome to the rapidly growing Walther PPS fraternity. I expect to pick up my 9mm next week after the red tape is done. I did a long and extensive search to replace my SIG 229 which was stolen. I needed a slim and easy to conceal 9mm pistol that was comfortable to carry and that had a full grip and was bigger than the other sub-compacts and pocket guns. The PPS was it. It's the perfect CCW 9mm for me. I passed over the Glocks - too chunky; SIG's and HK too heavy, chunky and pricey; SW M&Pc came close but wasn't as slim and the grip felt 1/2" too short; Keltec - bit too small and cheap looking; Kahr- short grip and just couldn't love it. I loved the PPS's lines and the choice of 3 mag sizes/grip lengths. From what I hear they are accurate shooters and I can't wait to start enjoying mine. I think ou made a good choice.

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    I think I want own one....the trigger has give me pause. What about it? Thanks
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    I was looking into one, and think I'm getting a PK380 for my wife, and it seems the ammo is becoming more available here, so I'm sure I will be purchasing one soon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by imthduke View Post
    I think I want own one....the trigger has give me pause. What about it? Thanks
    Having shot a PPS only once I can only give a limited response and what many other PPS owners have reported. The trigger is very much like a Glock's. In fact the whole design is Glock-like. Many report that the trigger is gritty at first but after about a 200 round break in and some dry firing it smooths out beautifully. You can check out what owners say on ppstalk.com.

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    They are really good shooters. I am every bit as accurate as my glocks or M&P's. It is by far my favorite carry gun and suprisingly range gun. The fit and finish are great. I just can't say enough good things about these little guns.

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    I also have a PPS 9
    You will love the way is conceals and shoots.

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    Congrats on the new PPS, it is a very nice pistol! However, do not forget the forum’s most important unwritten rule, “if there are not pictures it did not happen”
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    Excellent choice. I love my PPS 9 and it is my carry gun.

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    Congrats! I thought about a PPS to replace my G26, but hate to give up the 3 rounds and its 100% reliability. The PPS is much more comfortable to carry though. They also aren't very popular around here yet fro some reason. Good Luck!
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    The PPS conceals great. I have the 9mm. I keep the 6 rounder in because the grip is shorter and easier to conceal. The trigger is a little heavier than I would like, but very crisp and short.
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    Congrats on the new gun
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