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This is a discussion on PPQ NAVY and P226 NAVY within the New Members Introduce Yourself forums, part of the Welcome To DefensiveCarry.com category; I'm a new member, ex NAVY living in south Florida. I've owned and carried my P226 NAVY since 2009. Shot over 4,000 rds without the ...
I'm a new member, ex NAVY living in south Florida. I've owned and carried my P226 NAVY since 2009. Shot over 4,000 rds without the fist issue. Earlier this year I purchased a PPQ 9mm. This is also a wonderful gun and fits my smaller hands a bit better. At first it was difficult to use the mag release because I was so familiar with the Sig. After 200 rds in the PPQ it was more comfortable to use my "bird" finger on my soothing hand than my thumb.
I also have one of the very few PPQ NAVY's to make it to the US.
I have threaded barrels for the Sig and the Walther. Going through the process to get a can that will work on both.
I have a son and many of his friends and mine are Glock die hards, but they all have to admit they also like my weapons. Most prefer the PPQ because of size.
My next toy will be a Viridian X5L which will fit all my guns.
Welcome from Wisconsin!
I'm not familiar with any of those Navy models but they sound good.
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Welcome aboard, sailor.
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Shipmate, Welcome Aboard from a retired bubblehead.
Welcome aboard Sailor. Two very nice pistols there. I didn't know they made a Navy model in the PPQ.
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Welcome from Virginia.
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Welcome to the forum from S.E. Michigan. I was eyeing a P226 Navy on Gunbroker yesterday...
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Welcome from Michigan!
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Welcome from Michigan and thanks for your service!
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Welcome from Delaware!
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