With ammo costs rising and availability falling, many shooters are turning to the .22 Long Rifle cartridge for affordable shooting fun. Rimfire competition shooting leagues are springing up across the country. New shooters are mastering the fundamentals of marksmanship, and experienced shooters are rediscovering that .22 LR competitions are a fun way to hone their skills. So, what should you look for in a competition .22 pistol? Read more on The Shooter’s Log at CheaperThanDirt.com.
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The Walther PPK, a small, self-loading pistol made famous by James Bond, is powerful and simple to use for self defense. As you read this post, you’ll discover it is lightweight, powerful and perfect whether you have small hands or large.
The new face of Walther is far more than just a legacy of James Bond’s Walther PPK but a company offering real innovation. The company has leapt into cutting edge designs, which some gun buyers get right away like the fabulous little PPS M1 and M2. Other designs are a bit tougher to understand for the seasoned shooter… that is until they handle them.
The PPS was a gun ahead of its time delivering a feature rich, accurate, and configurable, ready-to-carry single stack that could behave like a compact, mid- and full- sized gun. Based on two years of carrying and shooting the PPS, it is my perception that it is one of the best subcompact concealed carry single-stack guns on the market despite the introduction of many other competitor firearms.
Walther’s CCP has generated a lot of attention. Light, attractive, and with the Walther name, the pistol was designed to compete with the Glock 43 9mm and similar sized handguns for personal defense. However, not all ammunition ran smoothly for the author. Read the full review.
Walther’s new PPS M2 is an excellent example of the refinement Walther brings to conceal carry pistols. The original PPS Classic ushered a 9mm conceal carry pistol that was thin, polymer framed with modular backstraps, and a striker fire trigger. The M2 does the Classic one better by using all the great features of the Classic and combining it with features found on the Walther PPQ series such as the ergonomic grip shape and grippy texture.
Personal protection, black powder, an upgrade to the M&P Shield and a new Smith & Wesson 1911 lead the news in this story. Click here to read the full story and be sure to leave a comment about which one you want to be part of your next firearm purchase in the comments.
Lightweight and easily concealed should not mean you have to sacrifice knockdown power or reliability. Looking for a new carry gun? Walther has the answer with the introduction of its new PPS M2 for 2016. Read the full story here.
Makers are trading hammer fired for striker-fired handguns as they hope for success in the marketplace. By what we have seen, the change is beneficial. Check out this feature comparison to see why they’re becoming so popular.
Walther began making compact pocket pistols in 1908, and over the decades, the company has built a reputation for making well designed and reliable pistols. This spirit of innovation and dedication to functionality are carried into the company’s interesting and useful pocket-pistol lineup, including the CCP, PK380, PPK, PPK/S, and PPS.