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The new Walther PPS M2 is everything you’re looking for in a compact handgun. The slim profile, push button magazine release, smooth trigger pull and Carl Walther signature ergonomics deliver the features that you want from Walther and are housed in a frame that fits just about anyone.
Hate to give 5 stars w/o actually shooting the PPS, just picked up from FFL, but based on build quality alone this baby is amazing. I'm a Glock armorer and have built many custom Glocks for competition, also I compete on the national level. I love taking guns apart to examine the parts utilized in the manufacturing process.
The PPS has several Glock looking parts but the important bits are more like the bomb-proof Steyr M40. The Walther has a steel sub-frame with the slide rails making up the top portion of that frame, not just molded into the polymer. The locking block is also part of the steel sub-frame and not just a chunk of metal supported in a polymer slot like in the Glock. I have no doubt this pistol will handle plenty of +P 9mm ammo. I have a few other sub-compacts in 40 cal and they aren't built this stout. Explains why the M2 weighs a couple ounces more.
Nits: maybe slightly more aggressive texture on the grip area, easily fixed, and I prefer a shorter trigger reset. Speaking of trigger, it is about 6 lbs but crisp. However, 5 or 10 minutes with my Dremel and it will be under 5 lbs plus the striker safety plunger spring is way heavier than it needs to be. If anything bad happens on my first range trip I'll be sure to update this review, but first impression is very favorable.
I usually hate to give overall 5 star ratings, but I cannot in good conscience give any less than that here. #1 The feel of this gun in my hand is like butter with a trigger #2 The trigger is excellent and there is NO need for any mods/replacement. #3 After about 500 rounds I have had no FTF or FTE. All kinds of ammunition. #4 Purchase the LE edition if you get the chance. I purchased from SOS around Christmastime for $319. Now that was a steal as I haven't seen it below $400 since. The LE edition has night sights and a 6, 7 and 8 round magazines and a hard case. WOW! #5 The front glowing night site insert fell out of the sight post during a day at the range. I emailed Walther, received a response the next business day that at new post was in the mail. I recd it, installed and was up and running again. Customer service- 100%. This one is a keeper.
I have spent extended time with this and other comparable 9mm. This outperforms them all including the very popular Glock 43. The one advantage the Glock has is it weighs a couple ounces less than the Walther. It is very accurate, excellent ergonomics, and the trigger is far superior to the Glock. This also has better capacity options than Glock, factory 6,7, and 8 round magazines vs Glock's 6 round cap mags. Check out the many online reviews, you will not regret getting this one.
I recently purchased the PPS M2 and was hopeful that I would love this gun. It felt good in my hands and was thin enough to conceal carry comfortably. I am not really recoil sensitive, but I did dislike the felt recoil on my Glock 17 and 26. I had read several reviews that said the recoil on the PPS was minimal, so with gun in hand, I went to the range with my husband. I was hesitant to pull the trigger that first time, but to my surprise, the recoil was exactly as I had read...minimal. I was pleased with the accuracy of this gun and was able to hit the target with every shot to the dismay of both myself and my husband. I will probably keep my Glocks, but I consider this to be my preferred weapon. Thank you Walther for a great gun that is easy on the hands!
The pistol has a good grip for small, medium and large hands. Very controllable and has hardly recoil. Always wanted to own a Walther arms like 007. This gun will be my every day carry. I own many brands- m&p, Springfield, Glock and Ruger and was looking for a thin concealed compact pistol to carry. After many months researching, I decided and end it up with the new PPS M2. Best in my opinion.
I really like this gun can't wait to carry it all the time.
This pistol is very well made. I always like the Walther line of pistols and was looking for a sub-compact to carry. Looked for many many months, many brands and nothing. I'm a big fan of Springfield, Glock and Ruger pistols. They just did not have what I was looking for. I always wanted a Walther- Double O Seven. So I Started researching the PPS and CCP. I'm always in YouTube, checking gun videos and I end it up on a video of the new PPS M2 and I was sold. Awesome gun. Watch out Glock 43 and XDS. Very satisfied.