+1 on the PPS!

+1 on the PPS!

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    +1 on the PPS!

    I made a thread a week or so ago about my new purchase of a Walther PPS .40. Over the past week I have put 150 rounds through it at the range and it performed flawlessly. The recoil was on par with my G27, but I found myself more accurate with the PPS. I was surprised to see the brass being ejected forward instead of behind me in a cluster. I've been extremely happy with this gun so far, especially carrying it. My intention was to find a quality, single stack .40 to use as my EDC and the PPS definitely fills that role. I would imagine this gun is just as good and pleasant to shoot in 9mm!

    Just thought I'd share my great thoughts about this gun!


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    Quote Originally Posted by sioux565 View Post
    I made a thread a week or so ago about my new purchase of a Walther PPS .40. Over the past week I have put 150 rounds through it at the range and it performed flawlessly. The recoil was on par with my G27, but I found myself more accurate with the PPS. I was surprised to see the brass being ejected forward instead of behind me in a cluster. I've been extremely happy with this gun so far, especially carrying it. My intention was to find a quality, single stack .40 to use as my EDC and the PPS definitely fills that role. I would imagine this gun is just as good and pleasant to shoot in 9mm!

    Just thought I'd share my great thoughts about this gun!

    Congrats on the PPS. Just today I went to the range with my PPS 9mm. I don't know what it is about that gun, but I can shoot it a lot more accurately than most of my larger guns. Put 130 rounds through it today with no problems. I did end up with a small blister on my trigger finger because that double trigger thing kind of pinches me but that doesn't stop me from I loving the gun!

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    For kicks, try that little thing on a 50m line. It's incredible what you can get that thing to do!
    Love my PPS .40 in a Highnoonhoster.

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    PPS is a great gun...shots awesome and feels good in the hand and well built. It was between the PPS and Shield for me and I ultimately went with the Shield in 9mm. Long story on why...but I think about the PPS a lot.

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    Glad you're liking it - the PPS is one fine shooter, and I trust it implicitly at my side.

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    Walther has a long history of making quality firearms. I have heard the PPS continues this tradition.

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