Walther PPS 9mm, new to us

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    I love my PPS 9mm. Get a MTAC to go along with it. Disappears under a t-shirt.
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    Made time to test it today. 100 rounds without a hiccup. All three mags worked flawless. Very pleased. That's an accurate little bugger too!
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    Sounds like you got a winner! Enjoy it.. It is my favorite EDC!

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    Ive said it many times. I can shoot the PPS better than any other handgun I own. Dont know how I can shoot a 3.2" barrel better than a 5", but hey. The PPS has been my edc for around 9 or 10 months. I carry OWB at 3 o'clock. I like the 6 round mag so it conceals better. I carry a 8 rounder in the pocket, and sometimes carry 2 more 7 rounders in a ankle holster. This little gun shoots soft, has a nice trigger and loves 147gr HST's, which is what I use in all of my 9mm's. I buddy at work bought the PPS 40 for his Christmas present, I was expecting it to have a bit more snap and muzzle flip, but was pleasantly surprised after shooting it. Now I need another one, but a 40. Good luck
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    Congrats on the pick up. I would highly recommend a Pachmayr grip for the PPS. It helps tremendously filling out the grip for a nice perfect feel in the hand. Also, you'll never have to worry about the backstrap falling off. Not saying that it would, mind you. Just that the grip is a little more insurance. =)


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    Over 6400 rounds thru my 9MM PPS First Edition - awesome CCW.

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