New from Walther Arms: PPQ M2 Q4 TAC 9mm Handgun [VIDEO]

The Q4 TAC comes with a barrel threaded in 1/2x28, and an additional “suppressed” recoil spring making it out-of-the-box suppressor ready.

The new Walther PPQ Q4 TAC

Since disengaging from Smith & Wesson, Walther Arms has been going from strength to strength. Their PPQ pistols have won sales by dint of their superior (if funky looking) ergonomics, a trigger as crisp as a fresh head of iceburg lettuce and a trigger reset as short as the list of Democrats who support the Second Amendment. TTAG has awarded both the PPQ and PPQ M2 five stars. Alphanumericaphobes need not apply . . .

but the $579 msrp suppressor-enabled, red-dot ready PPQ M2 Q4 TAC is gonna be a great gun, too. Available Q4, of course. Press release [via ammoland.com] below . . .

The optics ready slide comes with LPA fiber optic front sight and a rear LPA competition iron sight.

Building on the award winning PPQ platform, Walther Arms, Inc. is proud to announce the new PPQ M2 Q4 TAC that is both optics and suppressor ready.

The Q4 TAC comes with a barrel threaded in 1/2×28, and an additional “suppressed” recoil spring making it out-of-the-box suppressor ready. The optics ready slide comes with LPA fiber optic front sight and a rear LPA competition iron sight. The Q4 TAC shares the same mounting plate system as the Q5 Match that accommodates most popular optics; including Trijicon, Leupold, and Doctor.

The Q4 TAC shares the best in class PPQ Quick Defense trigger, which provides a smooth 5.6 pound trigger pull and a short 0.1” reset.

The new Q4 will be available in 9mm with a threaded 4.6 inch 1/10 twist polygonal rifled barrel. The Q4 TAC shares the best in class PPQ Quick Defense trigger, which provides a smooth 5.6 pound trigger pull and a short 0.1” reset. The Q4 TAC comes with one fifteen round, and two seventeen round magazines. The overall length is 7.8 inches and an empty magazine weight of 26 ounces.

The Q4 TAC is backed by Walther’s lifetime warranty and dedication to technical expertise.

“The Q5 Match has been very popular and we have had a lot of interest in a 4” more tactical version We are excited to combine a suppressor ready and optics ready pistol into a best of both worlds platform.” said Luke Thorkildsen, VP of Marketing & Product Development of Fort Smith-based Walther Arms, Inc.

The Q4 TAC comes with a barrel threaded in 1/2×28, and an additional “suppressed” recoil spring making it out-of-the-box suppressor ready.
The optics ready slide comes with LPA fiber optic front sight and a rear LPA competition iron sight.
The Q4 TAC shares the best in class PPQ Quick Defense trigger, which provides a smooth 5.6 pound trigger pull and a short 0.1” reset.
The Q4 TAC is backed by Walther’s lifetime warranty and dedication to technical expertise.
The Q4 TAC is backed by Walther’s lifetime warranty and dedication to technical expertise.

MSRP – $799

For more on the Q4 TAC visit http://www.waltherarms.com/handguns/ppq-q4-tac, and all Walther Arms social media outlets.

About Walther

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comments

  1. avatar GS650G says:

    Love my PPQ in 9mm and also .45

  2. avatar Bryce says:

    Love everything about it…….except having to completely remove the rear sight to mount a red dot.

    Rendering it a useless feature

  3. avatar Bandit1 says:

    Love my PPQ 5″, was thinking about getting a Navy with the threaded barrel at some point but might end up getting this to try out an optic. Good to see Walther putting out more offerings of the PPQ.

  4. avatar Anon in Ct says:

    Overall my Q5 is great – basically this gun without the threaded barrel and a slightly better trigger – but I don’t love the fiber optic sight. For such an inherently accurate gun, the fiber optic sight adds speed but hurts accuracy.

  5. avatar Anymouse says:

    MSRP is $799.99, not $579.

  6. avatar Chris says:

    That does look incredibly hot, I’ve been checking out walther’s inventory at the local store lately (still bought a beretta, but there’s always room for one more). Being california, we wont have the benefit of a threaded barrel but regardless, that is one nice hand cannon.

  7. avatar George in RI says:

    Whoever designed the stock triggers in the PPQ line is a credit to the human race. Proof stock triggers don’t have to always suck.

  8. avatar Mark says:

    I will buy it. Love all the PPQ variants.

  9. avatar former water walker says:

    I literally never see Walther’s in any local gunshop. And I WAS interested in a Creed. Oh well…

    1. avatar Mark says:

      So transfer one in via gunbroker or gallery of guns! Totally worth it!

    2. avatar Squiggy81 says:

      I never see them either. Not sure why. Anyone who takes the time to handle one and compare would likely buy a Walther. Had to order my 45 online and had to go to a major metro area to find my 22.

  10. avatar joetast says:

    Another polymer frame pistol.

  11. avatar John in TX (Was CT) says:

    That’s… actually pretty appealing. I really liked the PPQ when I rented it (much better than M&P or Glock and a bit better than VP9) and $699 is pretty competitive as far as non-Turkish optics-ready pistols are concerned.

    I’ve been considering modifying one of the my pistols to throw a red dot on it (you learn a lot about where your muzzle goes and how you should reacquire targetg when you see the dot bouncing around), but depending on street price this may be a very viable choice.

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