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Thinking of buying a Walther PPS

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by tahoeguy, Jul 12, 2008.

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  1. tahoeguy

    tahoeguy Member

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    I'm thinking of buying a Walter PSS as a BUG and for CC. Initially I heard of some jamming problems that Walther was working on. Does anyone know if this reliability issue has been resolved?
     
  2. kowenjr

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    I bought one for deep cover carry and have not had a single issue with about 750 rounds through it. Actually I take that back, I did have a pretty large issue in that the first time my wife shot it she informed me that I needed to find another one, for myself. So the correct response is she has not had any issues with her new gun and loves it. I am waiting to buy another one that I can enjoy. It really is a nice gun with mimimal recoil and accurate for such a small gun. It has a little weight to it which I think is a plus, but is very thin and nice for carry.
     
  3. joesolo

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    I bought a PPS a week or so ago and have run probably 200-300 rounds thru it with zero issues so far. I like it a lot due mostly to its slim profile. It's great for IWB carry IMO. Cheers
     
  4. colt1903

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    I love mine, no reliability issues at all. The trigger is a little gritty, but not to the point where causes any problems at all, in fact it is really only noticable if I fired the PPS after shooting something with an ultra smooth trigger. The weight of the trigger pull is also well within reason.
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    And it is fairly accurate
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    I will have a full review at my blog site (see link in my signature) soon.
     
  5. tahoeguy

    tahoeguy Member

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    Thanks for the replys

    I appreciate the replys. I've been holding off for some time but now, if I can find one, I'll have a new pony in the stable.:)
     
  6. Storm

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    If you buy one you won't be sorry. Mine, one I bought used, has been flawless in operation, comfortable to shoot, and has achieved fist sized six round groups (I have large hands) at 31 yards with WWB. Once I establish function with hollowpoints it will become a carry gun along with an HK2000SK and Sig 239.
     
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