New Walther PPS

New Walther PPS

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    New Walther PPS

    Have to wait three days to pick it up (Illinois) but I just bought a new Walther PPS in 9mm. Got a great price. With rebate, NIB $579.00. Kids and their toys...
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    Great choice - I have 6000 plus rounds thru mine.

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    The PPS is a very nice firearm. Congrats and enjoy!
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    Congratulations! Have fun and let us know how you like it.
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    I've had mine for almost 3 years. Over 3500 rounds. Never had an issue. Just installed night sights.
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    my walther pps .40cal is my favorite gun i own. take care of her and she will never let you down i have 1750 rounds through mine of which 500 are hollowpoints without a single hiccup never failed once on me

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    I love mine too...I never thought I would stop looking for a better concealed carry piece (I have had several, and have never been completely happy with them) ....but I have, and am completely happy with the PPS 9mm....the grip was fine for me as is....but a lot of PPS owners were really pleased when they bought the Limbsaver rubber grip sleeve....so I did too....wow it makes it very nice...I now recommend them too...just my 2 cents.

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    Congrats on the new Walther...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Super J View Post
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    Have to wait to pick it up. Illinois has a three day waiting period on the purchase of handguns.
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    Bummer on the wait.

    I know you'll love the PPS. That's one gun you won't mind carrying IWB if you're so inclined to carry that way. I sneak the daughter's PPS out and carry it sometimes, leaving her a revolver for comfort. If/when she moves out again and takes it with her I'm gonna have to get another one!
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    Congrats on your new toy!

    I highly recommend the Pachmayr grip #5 for your PPS. My buddy has the limb saver on his, and we both agree that the pachmayr on mine is a nicer fit, better palm swell, and the finger groove is nice. It makes a world of difference on the grip feel of the PPS without compromising concealment.

    also check out XS tritium big dots. You can install them yourself very easily without any special tools.




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    Quote Originally Posted by Gaius View Post
    Have to wait three days to pick it up (Illinois) but I just bought a new Walther PPS in 9mm. Got a great price. With rebate, NIB $579.00. Kids and their toys...

    Yep, the Walther rebate on the PPS continues all the way to Halloween:



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    Quote Originally Posted by TRUST8383 View Post
    Congrats on your new toy!

    I highly recommend the Pachmayr grip #5 for your PPS. My buddy has the limb saver on his, and we both agree that the pachmayr on mine is a nicer fit, better palm swell, and the finger groove is nice.
    He bought the wrong size of Limbsaver. Too many folks recommend the larger Limbsaver model 12012, which is too big.

    The correct Limbsaver model to get for the Walther PPS is the smaller model 12013, which is what I have on my two PPS pistols.




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