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The CCP M2 from Walther is a terrific addition to Walther's extensive line of Concealed Carry firearms. The Softcoil gas technology helps reduce recoil and delivers a pistol with superior ergonomics and excellent accuracy. The delayed blowback technology is a unique feature for the CCP M2 and creates a platform ideal for those looking for a firearm that is easy to utilize and easy to shoot. Now with the NEW tool-less takedown, the CCP M2 is better than ever.
I chose this gun as my buddy had a Walther 45 that I absolutely loved. I’ve been a Glock guy from day one. I wanted something different and that’s what I got. The light recoil spring, the less violent slam from the slide, 9 rounds total, and very concealable. I have put around 500 rounds through without ever stove piping, failure to eject, or any other malfunction. This gun has performed flawlessly. There are only few issues I’ve had.
1. Wearing the gun against any skin under a shirt is extremely uncomfortable due to the design of the grip. It will rub you raw. A t-shirt must be worn under your over shirt. 2.There was a recall and had to send mine in to be modified as there were issues of drop firing. 3. Takedown and reassemble SUCKS. I’ve yet to master it. Maybe I’m just spoiled from Glocks ease of takedown.
Overall I would most definitely recommend and would buy another one.
My first gun was a SCCY CTX-1. Didn't fit my hand, the wife decided she didn't want to carry yet, and it kicked like a mule. Bought a Taurus whatever, and it shot okay, but the quality inside just didn't impress me. So I traded both of those in and bought the new CCP M1. Wouldn't come apart, finally got it apart - and returned it without ever firing it. lol
Bought the new M2, comes apart easy, and when I went out to practice - it shot like a dream.
So, I asked my CCW instructor to come out and give me some shooting lessons. Back in the day, he was Special Forces for 4 years - and he shot it, and said it really shot nice. Our best friends daughter - we taught her, she loves shooting it. Her friend came out with her, never shot a pistol before. We taught her, safety, safety, safety etc, and she really liked shooting it. The design of the chamber to lessen recoil - this is the first pistol I ever tried to shoot one handed with. With the muted recoil, I can rapid shoot and keep on target. It's a winner with me.
The only fault is when you undo the button mechanism to take it apart - when cleaning, it can fall off the spring.
Only giving this a 4 star because I'm new to owning firearms and don't want to put out false/fanboy information just because I love this gun so much. Bought this locally in November because the store was having a decent financing deal. I'm not entirely new to shooting, but I never actually owned a firearm or shot semi-regularly.
I cannot attest to a how it handles a wide variety of ammunition or other rigorous tests. I can say that as a new owner, this is a wonderful firearm that I'm excited to own. The delayed blowback makes recoil much lighter compared to the other firearms I've fired in the past and while it does get rather hot if you're at the range for a while because of that, it will serve its purpose as a CCW just fine.
The piston/blowback system allows for an easier racking slide, something that I greatly appreciate as some pistols have given me trouble in that regard in the past. The biggest thing for me, however, was the ergonomics`;` I had to have held at least 10 pistols in the shop that day. I've held my dads police pistol growing up and the Beretta in my Guard unit`;` I cannot stand most pistol grips for some reason. They either are too small and hard to control if they're compact or much too uncomfortable and unwieldy looking at you Beretta. This melts into your hand. My dad even said it was the most comfortable pistol hes ever held. If you're a newish shooter or someone just looking for a good compact, great feeling pistol, definitely grab this.
First things first, I have no idea what Conor was talking about in his review. I own 3 Glocks and decided to purchase this gun locally to add to my collection. I got it for $356. When you get a new gun, you need to clean it. I have a feeling that the other guy didn't clean the gun right out of the box. In any case, took the gun to the range after cleaning it and it shot like a champion. I put around 75 rounds though it and had one failure to eject. I was shooting Fiocchi 9mm 124 grain. Taking the gun apart to field strip was easy. It took me some time to get it back together due to the fixed bore barrel. The trigger break was crisp. I'm not use to the trigger reset because I became accustomed to the Glocks. I'm seriously considering buying a second one of these guns because I like it so much!
I am thoroughly disappointed with this firearm. I own many other Walther handguns and love them, however, the CCP M2 will not remain in my collection. The first day I took the gun to the range I tried 5 different brands of 9mm. Out of all 5, 4 brands caused malfunction after malfunction and the one steel cased ammunition I brought would not even cycle the slide. To make sure the problem was not the ammunition, I ran it all through my Springfield which handled it flawlessly. When I got home, I tore down the gun expecting to find some obvious reason as to why the firearm performed so poorly, such as a cracked or missing ejector, however, there was no noticeable reason to justify the awful performance of the CCP M2. I will be sending the gun back to Walther for an evaluation, but for now, I plan on replacing it as soon as possible.