This is a discussion on Finally Chose First ED Carry Gun. within the Defensive Carry Guns forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; I went with the Walther PPQ. I rented and researched many guns before I found what I think is perfect for me. The ppq just ...
I went with the Walther PPQ. I rented and researched many guns before I found what I think is perfect for me. The ppq just feelslike it was meant for my hand. The lever style mag release is in the perfect spot. I told myself I wouldnt carry until I was gettingconsistent groups. I started getting consistent 5 in groups, and with the ppq Im shooting even tighter. More like 4 in. Obviously still need improvement but feeling comfortable enough to carry.
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Kewl! I want to get one someday.
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Nice gun. I pick up my PPS tomorrow!
Congrats on the gun and many happy hours of shooting.
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Congrats on the carry gun...may it treat you well.
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Nah, nice gun.
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Obviously, how you shoot it is the important thing.
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Congrats! Bet your glad to have that done, picking out the first carry gun is tough. Haven't heard a bad thing about a Walther that I can recall, enjoy + be safe.
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congrats, that ppq is super accurate.
Walther is opening up shop on this side of the pond as well. Hopefully mag prices will come down and parts will be readily available. I would like to grab a US made one after the new design is vetted. I waited as long as I could for a 9mm PPQ, but my preferred LGS still hasn't gotten anything but 40's.