Walther PPS Pistol

Walther PPS Pistol

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    Senior Member Array Hivoltage's Avatar
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    Walther PPS Pistol

    I am eagerly awaiting the release of this pistol. Anybody have any news on ship dates or reviews of this little CC pistol?
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    Looking forward to these myself.
    I talked to my local dealer and they claimed they may show up in early August. I don't know if they were sure or were simply throwing out a random date at me.

    Haven't found any reviews either.

    I will be sure to post if I find anything out.

    Did find this little tidbit, doesn't really say much though

    Anyway, after a long day at the factory, we were again fed like royalty and sent to bed tired and full. The next day was a day at the S&W shooting range. We got to shoot several revolvers and auto pistols. Especially popular with Messrs. James, Thompson, and myself were the M&P .45 auto pistols and the Walther PPS. I was impressed by the accuracy and shooting qualities of both of these pistols. I also really liked shooting the lightweight 386 ScS seven-shot .357 magnum revolver. It was very accurate as well as a fun-to-shoot handgun. Shooting offhand at seven yards, 35 shots clustered most shots into about two inches, then I started to pull the shots out of the group, so I stopped shooting that lightweight .357 magnum. Recoil is a cumulative thing, and the effects were starting to show in my shooting ability. Same thing with the 9mm PPS. It also turned in a very respectable showing on target, grouping 24 shots a bit low and left for me, but tight enough for social work nonetheless. I really like the PPS, and requested a test gun for a full review as soon as possible.
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