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Walther CCP

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    Walther CCP

    Looks like Walther has a new carry pistol.

    CCP - Concealed Carry Pistol - Walther Arms
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    Cool. I'm glad that they have finally updated their website. Personally, I am interested as mentioned in the previous CCP thread.

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    Was excited till I saw the manual safety.
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    Sorry... missed the previous thread.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rollo View Post
    Was excited till I saw the manual safety.
    Then don't use the safety. I wouldn't down a weapon because it has a feature you don't like but gives you the choice to use it or not. To me that just gives you an option to utilize it if you so choose.
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    Lets beat another dead horse on the manual safety issue.

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    I'll take my PPS over it, though I'll definitely find and handle one someday, just to see how the PPQ's design fits into a smaller form. Not digging the external safety, I don't have a problem with them, but a small safety on a small gun just makes it hard for me to manipulate.

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    I like it on paper. Undercut trigger guard, standard (US) mag release and safety all interest me. How well it shoots and works on the range will be the final factor. I'm sure the magazines will be pricey.
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    I would like to shoot one, if it's anything like the PPQ it's a winner. Right now the PPQ is the most underrated firearm I have seen in quite some time, it's a gem.
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    I see no advantages of this over the PPS.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SigIsTheAnswer View Post
    Then don't use the safety. I wouldn't down a weapon because it has a feature you don't like but gives you the choice to use it or not. To me that just gives you an option to utilize it if you so choose.
    I want as few potential points of failure on my defensive guns as possible. There is absolutely NO chance of a gun without a safety having the safety accidently engaged however there is always a chance (albeit small) that if a gun DOES have a manual safety that the manual safety could be accidently engaged. There are plenty of folks out there that don't see it from my perspective and have no issue having a manual safety that they just don't use. More power to those folks. I have personally had way to much bad luck with seemingly small things when it comes to gun so I try to keep everything as simple and idiot proof as possible.
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    I thought Walther already had a CCP. It's called a PPS.

    The new pistol is just slightly larger and thicker than a PPS. I just don't get it. Why? Are they getting rid of the PPS? If so I better get one while I can.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SigIsTheAnswer View Post
    Then don't use the safety. I wouldn't down a weapon because it has a feature you don't like but gives you the choice to use it or not. To me that just gives you an option to utilize it if you so choose.
    Beg to disagree. If you are going to carry a sidearm with a manual safety, you need to practice sweeping the safety to the "fire" position, even if you do not ever put it on "safe," just in case the safety gets bumped to "safe" without you realizing it.

    I've had lasers switched "on" by mistake. I've had magazines come loose in the holster because the mag catch got bumped. Strange things happen. Assuming your gun is set to "fire" without sweeping the safety is a bad idea, IMHO.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 10thmtn View Post
    Beg to disagree. If you are going to carry a sidearm with a manual safety, you need to practice sweeping the safety to the "fire" position, even if you do not ever put it on "safe," just in case the safety gets bumped to "safe" without you realizing it.
    - Not to mention that you may inadvertently do it when handling the firearm. Stranger things have happened.
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