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    Walther PPQ 45

    Just impulse bought one of these new because I was left alone to wander. Any opinions?

    Fit and finish is excellent and trigger reset is very light.


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    I have resisted the impulse so far, but I keep wishing I could own one. Let us know how yours performs. I am also looking a P320's in 45 , but who knows..
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    I strongly doubt you'll regret your decision.

    Walther makes absolutely fantastic firearms of outstanding quality at a reasonable price. The PPQ is widely acknowledged for having what is arguably the best trigger of any striker-fired pistol in current production and for being extremely reliable in terms of function. I have yet to read a single report of a PPQ failing or requiring any service/repair out-of-the-box and that's really saying something considering I've been a member of the Walther Forum since 2015, which was essentially a hater-dominated forum up until recently, with a userbase of elitist snobs who jumped at any opportunity to point out any instance of one of their modern pistol designs failing to push their narrative that the company was a shadow of its former self.

    So yeah, that's one heck of an impulse buy right there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Smokewagon View Post





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    I love the feel of this pistol. This morning I shot a Dallas Pistol Club match with it. I did better than I thought I would. Mine has the threaded barrel. Muddy River Tactical made a holster for it. Happy camper here.
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    Congrats on your new slide gun. Glad you could figger out how to post photos.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Texheim View Post
    Just impulse bought one of these new because I was left alone to wander. Any opinions?

    Fit and finish is excellent and trigger reset is very light.
    I think you need constant adult supervision, anyway that's my opinion!
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    Being left alone can have it's advantages, congrats on your new pistol.
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    I picked up a Walther Creed last December when CDNN had them on sale for $250.
    Great gun with a smooth/light trigger.
    Wish it had a manual safety though (I like manual safeties).
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