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Walther PPS

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by .380awsome, Oct 12, 2008.

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  1. .380awsome

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    can anyone tell me about this pistol,how is it?,reliable etc., thanks im hoping to save for one of these
     
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    I have the PPS in 9mm. I've shot it a little but not extensively. It performed flawlessly with several types of ammo. For me, the unique feature is of course how slim it is. It took me a little getting used to the mag release for whatever reason. Sights are ok compared to some of the others I have on other pistols. IWB carry is good since it is so slim. It is about the same size as my Glock 27 just slimmer but also lower cap. It has a place for sure in my lineup. Good luck.
     
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    i own a p22 so im used to the mag realease :)
     
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    anyone else?
     
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    I've been thinking of getting one, until my wife saw it. Now I may need to get two. I've read lots of good things, only a few bad. I'm trying to consolidated on calibers, I have a few too many now. I think the PPS is a great carry option for me in the fall-spring, I'll still carry my Kel-tec in the summer.
     
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    i love walther ,my favorite,thats all i own is walthers,except for me fathers old smith's,but i wouldnt doubt the pps is a great gun,havent even seen/held one only pics and articles but by what i hear its great,and most of everyone on here says the same ,the only problem i have is the price is near 600ish
     
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    You could say that I like them, I have two. I have an all black in .40 S&W and the Gray/Black in 9mm.
     
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    The gun for me has been 100% reliable and incredibly accurate to the point of fist sized groups at 31 yards. The range officer where I shoot has reported similar results among numerous PPS owners.

    As to size, comparing the gun to any compact Glock, including the 36, a gun that I love, is rather useless as the Glock is a brick compared to the PPS. The thinnesss of the grip does take some getting used to, for me about 50 rounds :D
     
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