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    Walther PPS M2 recall - drop safety issue

    Important Safety Recall
    NOVEMBER 2018 Walther PPS M2 Pistols


    Walther Arms, Inc. has recently discovered a potential safety issue with certain PPS M2 pistols. Walther is voluntarily initiating a recall to protect the safety of its customers because under certain conditions it is possible that some of these pistols may fire when dropped.


    Please do not load or fire your Walther PPS M2 pistol and contact us immediately to arrange to have your pistol upgraded free of charge.

    AN3020 - AN9999
    AO0000 - AO9999
    AP0000 - AP9999
    AQ0000 - AQ9999
    AR0000 - AR9999
    AS0000 - AS9999
    AT0000 - AT9999
    AU0000 - AU7502


    If your Serial Number is not listed above it is NOT affected by the Recall.

    Link to Official PPS M2 Recall Page: https://www.waltherarms.com/recall


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    *sighs*

    Seems like every other pistol Walther comes out with these days gets recalled.

    Heck, seems like every other pistol from any given brand gets recalled these days.
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    Thanks for posting that.... I bought the PPS M2 for Christmas last year. Then became ill for several months- haven't had a chance to shoot it but once. I have been trying to arrange my first range trip for this year....and NOW- I see mine is in the recall. Rats........
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    I wonder if Walther devotees will go on their discussion boards and proclaim they'll never buy another Walther.
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    How did we survive before everything had to be fool proof? LOL
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    Soon as I checked my email- I had one from Walther. I filled out the form online and am now waiting on a shipping label. Gun boxed up and ready to ride.

    Actually.... I never did warm up to the Walther....just don't like the grip. Will probably trade it away when it gets back. I pulled the log on it- I had put 92 rounds total through it with 1 fail to eject around round 20-all else good. That thing has 3 mags- a 6, 7, and 8 rounder.
    Oh well.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by DeltaBravoKS View Post
    I wonder if Walther devotees will go on their discussion boards and proclaim they'll never buy another Walther.
    You've never been to the Walther Forum, have you? Basically, everyone there only likes the Walther of several decades past and is completely disdainful of anything Walther has come out with since the 1970s. If anything, they're thrilled to have another reason to proclaim the inferiority of modern-day Walther firearms.
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    Walther's P99AS and compact were a hit. Striker fired....but with a "real" sa/da trigger and a decocker.
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    Mines on the recall too...I'll wait to send it in. I've dropped it while clocked directly on the striker plate and it didn't go off. Walther is saying that the trigger safety isn't working right.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tuco_Ramírez View Post
    You've never been to the Walther Forum, have you? Basically, everyone there only likes the Walther of several decades past and is completely disdainful of anything Walther has come out with since the 1970s. If anything, they're thrilled to have another reason to proclaim the inferiority of modern-day Walther firearms.
    No, I have not. That is interesting to note, however.

    The only reason I'd consider buying a Walther is because I'm a James Bond fan. Other than that, I doubt I'd ever bite.
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