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    • Yep. I’ve never handled the PPX, so it just may have a dandy trigger but the PPQ – now there’s a mighty fine striker fired trigger for sure.

      • The PPX does have a good trigger. It’s not a traditional double action, it’s single action, kind of. The slide partially cocks the hammer then there’s additional hammer travel with the trigger. It’s smooth and relatively light.

  1. Pocket cat is better than pocket sand in a confrontation with a bad guy. Nobody likes sand in the face. But it’s better than claws in the face.

    • “Never ever muzzle a kitty.”

      But always nuzzle a geriatric kitty… 🙂

      ATTN – TTAG Management – The damn video in the far upper right corner auto-starts.

      Getting very annoying having to stab the ‘mute’ button just to read TTAG, especially when I open several tabs…

    • I love my guns but I love cats too, from little domestic house cats that only weigh a few pounds up to the ones that are big enough to kill a horse.

      Google “Kevin Richardson” from South Africa, aka “The Lion Whisperer”. This guy is amazing …..and he still has his arms and legs.

  2. Walther PPX is hammer fired not striker. The hammer is pre-cocked similar to some striker fired guns. That’s what gives it such a smooth and light feeling trigger.

  3. PPX has been discontinued, good luck finding one at least in 9mm. It was replaced with the “Creed” which is pretty much the same gun just less “Hi-point” looking which most likely it’s biggest downfall. The PPX trigger is almost as nice as my PPQ IMHO.

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