Best gun ive ever shot!

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    Best gun ive ever shot!

    Walther PPQ. So I finally took my ppq m2 to the range and WOW is this an awesome gun. I shot 150 rounds and enjoyed every single one of them. I have not been shooting for long but I have shot him high dollar guns including the comparable hk p30. I owned one and decided to sell after a few weeks. It/s a terrific gun, but no where near a 1000 dollar gun. I wouldnt take 3 hks for my ppq. I had been complaining about the trigger being gritty, but like you all told me, I went and shot and I didnt even notice the grittiness. It was smooth as butter. Shooting it really does help with the grittiness.

    Reliablility

    Like I said about I shot 150 rounds through her and had zero problems of any kind. I shot 100 rounds of freedom munitions and 50 of american eagle.


    Recoil

    This is actually the first 9mm gun I have owned, and I thought the recoil was pretty manageable to a full size gun.


    The few things I didnt like

    My hands got very sweaty after a few rounds and I just couldnt control the grip. I think it could be a little "rougher." I didnt realize it till the end of the day, but my slide did not stay to the rear after the last shot at all. I dont know why I didnt notice in between. Im sure it was because my thumb was resting on the slide lock.

    Im telling you guys, give this one a shot. Best gun I have ever owned.

    I am not a pro shooter by any means but I shot better with it than any glock, mp, or hk I have ever owned, and this was my first time shooting it.
    Here is a few of my targets they are 2.5 inch circles. None of these was slow fire, the slowest way prolly a second between each shot.
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    Looks like you have a keeper.

    It appears that you and this gun are a match.

    Good shooting.
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    I have over 1000 rounds through my PPQ without a single problem. Wife even prefers it over her Sig 238 and any other gun she has fired. Probably my favorite handgun.

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    Very nice. This one is definitely on my very short list.

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    Very nice shooting there. I have been hearing (reading really) a lot of good things about these PPQ's lately. Really wanna try one out, or better yet bring one home someday.
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    Yeah, I need one. Nicest trigger on a plastic gun I've ever run.

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    Welcome to the forum.

    Haven't tried any of Walther offerings. Might just have to give one a try.
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    Welcome to the forum!

    Congrats on my next purchase.
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    Sounds like you found "your" gun. Congratulations! Enjoy it.
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    The PPQ has a very loyal fan base, and for good reason.
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    I had a p 30 and sold due to financial reasons, but i say with confidence this is a better gun than the p30. it makes average shhoters good instantly.Thanks guys

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    Quote Originally Posted by jcollinsusmc View Post
    I had a p 30 and sold due to financial reasons, but i say with confidence this is a better gun than the p30. it makes average shhoters good instantly.Thanks guys
    "Better" is completely and totally subjective. Once you have a gun that is reliable, "better" becomes a matter of opinion.
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    It is better for me then! I believe you pay for the name when it comes to h&k

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    Quote Originally Posted by jcollinsusmc View Post
    It is better for me then! I believe you pay for the name when it comes to h&k
    Personally, I am inclined to agree. But that's just me.
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    I have been on the PPQ wagon for quite awhile now. I have never seen a hiccup and rave about the trigger and ergos. I just really like the PPQ and I have also found they are extremely accurate.


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