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I have handles the PPQ, its bigger brother. Very light, and very inexpensive.
Walther's version of the Remington R51?
Nice. I like the fact that it has a manual safety. I don't care for trigger safeties.
So, a PSP without the squeeze and an american mag release.
It certainly fit the hand well, had a nice trigger pull, and racking the slide was a cakewalk. I can see this being the bee's knees for those with hand strength issues assuming it's reliable and lives up to the claims made about it.
Ratus,Or a gas-delayed DAO single-stack PPQ. Or a polymer framed striker fired 9mm PPK. Or...;)
Walther's been hammering it lately. Good to see.
The PSP was the first gas-delayed single stack that came to mind.:)
+1 on Aaron... I need to get one for a trainer/intro pistol
Walther will soon announce the Classic Concealed Carry Pistol.For the Russian market, primarily.
Why does it look, so... Hi Point?
tailwind - but it will be popular in certain circles in the DC area. "I really like this little gun, but I don't know why".
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