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Walther PPS M.2 and Walther CCP M.2

Old 01-10-2019, 06:56 PM
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I know the early CCP's had issues. I want to say they have fixed them for the newest version. The PPS has always been a good gun it seems. I like my P99's paddle mag release. Seems Walther is going away from it though.
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Old 01-10-2019, 07:14 PM
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Originally Posted by semperfifishing View Post
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.357......I would not like to face tis one at close range...lol
I have a small derringer in .38 and .357. .38 hurts, .357 Is BRUTAL. Its a double barrel and I hate shooting it,
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Old 01-10-2019, 07:28 PM
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Originally Posted by EMC Pursuit View Post
I like the PPS over the CCP..

The one I am looking at has the three MAGAZINES and night sights. That isn't the driver. I like the the way if feels,
Fixed it for ya

CZ is coming out soon with both a full size and a subcompact version of their CZ P10 compact. For carry you might wanna take a look at the subcompact model

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Old 01-10-2019, 07:31 PM
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Last time we were at the shooting range my youngest son was thinking about buying one of Springfield’s CC weapons and rented one of their 45 compacts.
Only shot it twice but that thing would tear your hand up.

I tried to warn him about high caliber compacts but he just wouldn’t listen.

Live and learn.
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Old 01-11-2019, 09:35 AM
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Originally Posted by Riptied View Post
Last time we were at the shooting range my youngest son was thinking about buying one of Springfield’s CC weapons and rented one of their 45 compacts.
Only shot it twice but that thing would tear your hand up.

I tried to warn him about high caliber compacts but he just wouldn’t listen.

Live and learn.

It's more about the aggressive serrations on that pistol. Not so much the caliber. I have two of them . One in 40 and one in 45
Just need to get more time with them and it doesn't effect you.


https://talongungrips.com/grips/spri...full-size.html

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Old 01-11-2019, 01:13 PM
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I have the PPS. A joy to shoot after a short break in period. The CCP appeals to women as it was designed so the slide is easier to rack with less felt recoil.
Glock is coming out with a 43X that will carry 10 rounds like the SIG 365 . I prefer the glock for comfort in the hand. IMHO the VP9 is too big for concealed carry BUT it is a dream to shoot. Whatever you buy be sure it fits your hand. If you are new to handguns, take a few lessons it will help you find the right gun for you. As suggested renting is a good idea if possible.
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Old 01-11-2019, 01:26 PM
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Originally Posted by EMC Pursuit View Post
I have a small derringer in .38 and .357. .38 hurts, .357 Is BRUTAL. Its a double barrel and I hate shooting it,
Buddy had a classic style 2 shot derringer in .357. He said shooting it was like holding out your hand and letting someone swat it with a baseball bat.
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Old 01-14-2019, 06:35 PM
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Originally Posted by xl883lo View Post
Buddy had a classic style 2 shot derringer in .357. He said shooting it was like holding out your hand and letting someone swat it with a baseball bat.
Thats about what the .38 felt like, and spewed sparks like a dragon. No way all the powder burnt in the short barrel. Its still in the safe but I have no desire to shoot it,
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Old 01-14-2019, 06:40 PM
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Originally Posted by Riptied View Post
Last time we were at the shooting range my youngest son was thinking about buying one of Springfield’s CC weapons and rented one of their 45 compacts.
Only shot it twice but that thing would tear your hand up.

I tried to warn him about high caliber compacts but he just wouldn’t listen.

Live and learn.
I Tried a Karh CM45 and I would rather be very familier with a gun that I carry, I want to be able to take it to the range, fire 50+ rounds and feel comfortable, I was NOT comfortable with the CM45.
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Old 01-14-2019, 06:48 PM
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Originally Posted by Riptied View Post
Can’t go wrong with a Walther, Quality weapons.

Very ergonomic in your hand and they come with different sized grips for different hands.
Have Never had a jamb.

I’ll take a Walther over a Glock any day.

Let the flaming begin.
no flaming here but has the Walther name not been sold to other manufacturers now? I.e. a new walther isn't really made by walther?
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