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Is the Walther PPS a good carry gun?

Is the Walther PPS a good carry gun?

This PPS M2 is small and fits in my pocket. It’s 4.4 inches by 4.91 inches and has a seven-round magazine. It’s one of the most comfortable handguns to carry anywhere. But it’s still preferable to have a holster for your safety and to keep the gun safe as well.

What does the PPS mean in the Walther PPS?

Polizei-Pistole Schmal / Police Pistol Slim
The Walther PPS (Polizei-Pistole Schmal / Police Pistol Slim) is a semi-automatic pistol developed by the German company Carl Walther GmbH Sportwaffen of Ulm for concealed carry for civilians and plainclothes law enforcement personnel.

What does PPS gun stand for?

Polizeipistole Schmal
The Walther PPS (Polizeipistole Schmal or Police Pistol Short) is a semi-automatic pistol, first shown in 2007. A successor to the legendary Walther PPK, Bond’s choice of weapon in most of the films. It’s a slim polymer framed weapon of similar size to the Walther PPK. The PPS comes in 9mm and S&W 40.

Do they still make Walther PPS?

With the release of the new Walther PPS M2, the original PPS has become the PPS Classic. Walther has announced that they will continue to produce both pistols, so now you have two different PPS pistols to choose from.

What is the difference between Walther PPS and PPS M2?

The Walther PPS is different than the PPS M2 because it doesn’t come with the front serrations. The magazine release for the PPS is located on the trigger guard for an ambidextrous mag release. Finally, the PPS M2 removed the interchangeable backstraps on the PPS.

How good is a Walther 9mm?

The CCP was initially introduced in 9mm a few years ago, and while the gun’s excellent ergonomics, trigger and Softcoil system make it easy to shoot and manipulate, the 9mm was still a little too much cartridge in this small gun for some shooters. So, Walther Arms has chambered this excellent carry gun for the milder .

Can a Walther PPS use +P ammo?

Such pressures may affect the wear characteristics of your PPS pistol or exceed the margin of safety. Use of “Plus-P” ammunition may result in the need for more frequent service. “Plus-P-Plus” (+P+) ammunition must not be used in WALTHER firearms.

Are Walther pistols reliable?

The guns from Walther are popular with European police and foreign militaries, but their success in these overseas markets hasn’t translated into a similar interest here in America. That’s a shame because the Walther pistols are excellent guns ‒ probably the best service pistols you’ve never fired.

What is a Walther PPS pistol?

It was first shown in 2007 at the IWA & OutdoorClassics and is a slim polymer framed weapon of similar size to the Walther PPK pistol. The PPS is however technically much more based on the Walther P99 pistol. PPS pistols manufactured by Walther in Ulm, Germany are imported to the United States through Walther Arms.

What makes the Walther PPS M2 so accurate?

The secret to the accuracy of the PPS M2 results from the legendary Walther barrel and an internal steel chassis that provides superior slide-to-frame fit. These features make the PPS M2 the most accurate, controllable, and concealable handgun available on the market.

What are the features of the PPS M2?

The PPS M2 features a push button magazine release, front and rear slide serrations and a redesigned grip. The PPS M2 has a trigger travel of approximately 6 mm (0.2 in) and a trigger pull of approximately 27 N (6.1 lb f ). The PPS M2 is also available in an LE edition with phosphoric iron sights.

What is the difference between the PPS M1 and m2 pistols?

The PPS M1 pistol has a traditional barrel with conventional (spiral grooves and lands) rifling, and PPS M2 has polygonal rifling .