It’s difficult to tell if you’re going to love a pistol based only on the limited time you spend handling it at the counter of your local gun shop or looking at it online.
To really figure out if it is the gun for you, you need to shoot it.
Walther understands this and that is why they are offering a full 30-day money back guarantee on all new Walther handgun models. We encourage you to shoot it as much as you want for 30-days then decide if it is right for you.
Offer expires Dec 31, 2020
Taurus G3c 9mm Compact Striker-Fired Pistol
Smith & Wesson MP9 M2.0 9mm Spec Series Pistol Kit with Night Sights, Knife and Challenge Coin
Sar Usa SAR9 9mm 17-Round Pistol
SCCY CPX-1 9mm Pistol with Black Frame and Crimson Trace Red Dot
SCCY CPX-1 9mm Pistol with Black Frame/Stainless Slide and Crimson Trace Red Dot
Glock 17 MOS Gen4 9mm 10-Round Pistol (Made in USA)
FNH FN 509 Tactical 9mm Black Striker-Fired Optics Ready Pistol
Taurus G2C 9mm Sub-Compact Pistol with Dark Purple Frame and Stainless Slide
FNH FN 503 9mm Sub Compact Pistol
Sig Sauer P365 SAS 9mm Micro Compact Pistol with FT Bullseye Sight (One Mag Included)
Sar Usa SAR9 T 9mm Pistol with Stainless Slide
Sig Sauer P365 SAS 9mm Pistol with FT Bullseye Sight (Non Ported Model)
Hornady 9mm 115 gr Critical Defense 25/Box
($1.08 / round)
Hornady 9mm Luger 147gr XTP Subsonic 25/Box
($1.04 / round)
Hornady 9mm Luger 124 gr XTP JHP Custom 25/Box
($1.04 / round)
Hornady 9mm Luger 135 gr FlexLock Critical Duty 25/Box
($1.12 / round)
Hornady 9mm Luger 100 gr FTX Critical Defense Lite 25/Box
($1.08 / round)
The Walther PPS is a concealed carry firearm that is slim, light and comfortable to wear all day long. Yet it is fast to bring into action, pleasant to fire and easy to shoot accurately. With Walther, performance comes in small packages. The PPS is everything you look for in a concealed carry handgun.
Unlike someone that doesn't understand about a new firearm. The more you fire them and break them in the better they get. I've shot many different types of handguns. What people don't understand is the reason people do things to their firearms is to make them preform better at the range so that in a real life event you're able to protect yourself or others.
Starting with trigger pull, if you're hitting the target left or right could be from trigger pull being to hard or soft. But is usually because of not using your firearm. Don't rate a firearm bad Especially when your saying it's very accurate. I have done nothing to mine and at 21 yards. I'm hitting an 8 inch target every time.
My son has his Springfield, and Ruger and neither shoot even close to my PPS. They're all basically the same size. It's a great firearm.
Trigger pull and slide manipulation are gritty and pretty stiff. If you were expecting a PPQ like trigger on this PPS you'll very disappointed. Pistol is reliable and actually very accurate. Because my XDS is just awesome in every way but the weight, I thought Walther could be as good. Not quite yet. Still, it's a nice piece. Works fine. Could be better.