Shooting and VIP ticket holders to the 2015 Texas Firearms Festival – November 14 and 15 at Best of the West Shooting Sports – are set to get to grips with Walther Arms’ semi-automatic pistols. Ticket holders won’t get to ring steel with all of Walther’s 12 models. They’ll have to choose their weapon. That’s not so easy Mr. Bond . . .
Do you want to sample the CCP (Concealed Carry Pistol)? Its SOFTCOIL™ Technology uses a gas-delayed blowback system to slow down and delay the rearward motion of the slide, reducing felt recoil, making it easier to get back on target quickly. Fancy Bonding with the Walther PPK? Step up to the firing line and make ready. And then there’s PPQ M1. . .
Walther’s polymer firearm is an ergonomic delight. Holding the gun is like sharing hands with a concert pianist. Once you’ve wrapped your mitts around the PPQ, other guns seems like concrete blocks. Not to belabor the point, the gun practically snuggles into your hand. You have to hold it to believe it. So . . . hold it! Love it! Buy it! Check out the prices at the Sportsman’s Finest gun sales tent.
The PPQ also has one of the best if not the best factory trigger on the market. We’re talking about a smooth 5.5 to 6lbs. trigger pull followed by a break as crisp and clean as a freshly washed Fuji apple. Watch that trigger reset! PPQ stands for “Police Pistol Quick” and they ain’t lying; it’s a 0.1″ trigger reset. The company’s website says the PPQ’s trigger “facilitates” double-taps. Again, no joke. If you’re looking to sling a lot of lead downrange quickly and accurately, the PPQ is the gun to have.
And now you can have it in .45.
The fully-ambidextrous Walther Arms PPQ 45 has all the features that make its smaller-calibered siblings a firm favorite with firearms fanatics, such as the totally awesome trigger (did we mention that?), a corrosion-proof Tenifer™-finish and low-profile three-dot sights. For gun owners who believe that a self-0defense gun’s caliber should always start with a “4” this is the gun for you. But don’t take our word for it! Come and shoot it!
Click here to buy your tickets to the 2015 Texas Firearms Festival. Prices go up October 1. Once we’ve sold 3k Shooter and VIP tickets, that’s it. No mas.