Walther ppq,maybe the best kept secret..

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    I just shot one of these, great little firearm. I love the trigger and the ergos!
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    Ok got the PPQ shot three mags through it. WOW

    Really a nice ergonomic gun. Shot to POA and was very quick to require the target for follow up shots. I cannot get over how nice this gun fits my hands and of course with a 9 the recoil is very low.

    My wife will be home from work shortly I changed the back strap loaded to mags up and so we will see how she likes it.

    Kinda hope she doesn't so I can keep it myself. Is that selfish?

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    Well she loves it 16 out of 16 in the 9 and 10 ring.

    Crap well make her a holster tomorrow and be happy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shjourdan View Post
    Would you consider it in the same class as the HK P30? Around $340 less than the P30.
    I have both and I can say that the P30 is overall a better built and more ergonomic pistol. The PPQ's trigger blows the P30 out of the water though. The accuracy is the same between the two.

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    Any chance a subcompact version of the PPQ will be released?

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    Quote Originally Posted by genauwiedu View Post
    Appears to be taller than a G19 by a good amount. I have also heard issues with frame/slide fit, very loose and wobbly. Also finish not being very duable. but again thats just forum lore.

    FWIW, the PPQ is bigger than the Glock 19 in every respect. It's also 4 ounces heavier. The ergos are pretty sweet, though! It feels like a direct copy of an HK P30.

    The specs of the PPQ are as follows:

    Weight: 24.5–24.9 oz (695–705 g)

    Length: 7.1″–7.2″ (180–184 mm)

    Height: 5.3″ (135 mm)

    Width: 1.30″ (33 mm)

    Barrel Length: 4.0″–4.2″ (102–106 mm)

    Sight Radius: 6.1″–6.2″ (156–158 mm)

    Glock 19:

    LENGTH: 174 mm / 6.85 in.

    HEIGHT: 127 mm / 5.00 in.

    WIDTH: 30 mm / 1.18 in.

    LINE OF SIGHT: 153 mm / 6.02 in.

    WEIGHT: 595 g / 20.99 oz.

    BARREL LENGTH: 102 mm / 4.02 in.
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    I picked one up last month and now have 400 rounds through it. Ergonomics are very good, to perfect for me. The trigger has to be experienced; it’s pretty awesome for a polymer gun. If you stage it, it compares favorably to the trigger on my 1911s. The reset is very short and the break is very crisp.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cosmo M3 View Post
    I have both and I can say that the P30 is overall a better built and more ergonomic pistol. The PPQ's trigger blows the P30 out of the water though. The accuracy is the same between the two.
    The long slide release on the P30 is piss poor and all most every single one of them I have picked up or shot had a lose one. I don't have enough trigger time on the PPQ to see any little nit picky issues.
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    My wife is approaching 550 rounds not a FTF shooting all Blaser Brass 115 grain.

    My wife has had issues with pulling the slide on several models of guns she can pull the slide on this PPQ and release it with ease.

    So far she is very satisfied with this gun for CCW weapon.

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    Walther has always made a great quality handgun.

    Iíve own two PPKs 380 one blue one stainless and love them both. Very accurate 380ís.

    My problem is, now that Iím use to a Glock trigger, everything else feels different..

    And since I carry a Glock to work, I donít want to change up work vs home conceal carry

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    Any chance of them releasing a subcompact PPQ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by austinguy23 View Post
    Any chance of them releasing a subcompact PPQ?
    PPS

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    Shhhhhhhh...."fireman" that was supposed to be our "2nd best kept secret"....oh well now everyone is going to find out!

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    Quote Originally Posted by firemanjones View Post
    PPS
    Yeah, but that has different internals...different trigger anyway.

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