This is a discussion on My mind was made... within the Defensive Carry Guns forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by sioux565 If it performs well at the range, it will be replacing my G27 as my EDC. If your PPS performs poorly ...
Excellent choice, you will love it.
If you're not used to them already, a suggestion is to get accustomed to mag drops with the index or middle finger. It's much more natural feeling with that type of release, and keeps it on center unless you have very long thumbs.
As butt ugly as a "Glock" and just as good if not better!
I haven't heard of to many people who don't like them.
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You will love it....
Kimber Solo 9mm, Walther PPS 9mm
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So I've had the PPS for a few days now. I haven't gone to the range yet, but that will happen later this week. This gun feels solid and well build. It just feels and looks "better" than my Glock 27. This trigger feels identical to my 27 and I like how the take down tabs stick out far enough to get a good grip on them. The stock 3-dot sights are great and I might add some Meprolights in the future.
The first thing I did was field strip and clean the gun. This thing was lubed up well and took a while to get everything cleaned up. I just have to venture out to find some decently priced .40 ammo and I'll be set to go to the range!
Nice. I wonder when I go to get my next gun will I choose something different? Hmmm.
You made an excellent choice, the PPS is leaps and bounds a head of any Kahr out there.
Congrats on the new addition. ;-)
I looked at a Walther @ Sportsman Warehouse a little before Christmas and it felt like a very nice gun. I'll have to try one of these out at the range some time.
What's funny is how the last gun I buy is always a little better than the one before. For me it takes a couple months of good use to be totally objective.
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