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Old 01-10-2019, 04:28 PM
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Default Walther PPS M.2 and Walther CCP M.2

I have been looking at carry guns minimum 9 mm. I havent shot one yet but I really love both in my hand, Who has either and can give a real review? I have looked at the Sig 365, Kahr S9, M&P shield, and without actually shooting, I am drawn to the PPS M2.
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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.

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go to the Emporium and rent the ones you are interested in, you'll know the one for you when you fire it. Then just practice practice practice. I think any of those listed would be a fine choice. In my opinion Guns are a very personal choice, you need to be the one to pick, don't listen to what your friends like. Certainly you can take advice into consideration but it's all about how it fits you.

Edit to add: just know that once you get one you'll want more.
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Originally Posted by Lookinup76 View Post
go to the Emporium and rent the ones you are interested in, you'll know the one for you when you fire it. Then just practice practice practice. I think any of those listed would be a fine choice. In my opinion Guns are a very personal choice, you need to be the one to pick, don't listen to what your friends like. Certainly you can take advice into consideration but it's all about how it fits you.

Edit to add: just know that once you get one you'll want more.
I totally agree that I want more. I have several weapons, If you look, I recently had six weapons stolen and recovered. 3 pistols and three rifles.
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Old 01-10-2019, 04:51 PM
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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.
I held the Glock 43 and the Glock 23, I wasn't impressed and took them off the list. I did like the Karh also.
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Unless you are a Glock guy and insist on Glock, IMO the PPS-M2 is the best SS9 CC pistol on the market

It has a very good out of the box trigger and has the option of 6, 7, or 8 round mags

I carry it with a 7 round mag and have an 8 as backup

Both IWB & OWB holsters are available

I installed Trijicon sights and Talon Grips

I'm an H&K guy and would only replace the Walther with a better alternative from H&K
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Old 01-10-2019, 04:54 PM
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The CCP is OK, my wife has one, she prefers my Baretta PX Storm 9mm, but it’s apples and oranges
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Old 01-10-2019, 05:13 PM
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I like the PPS over the CCP..

The one I am looking at has the three clips and night sights. That isn't the driver. I like the the way if feels,
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Love the new 2.0 M&Ps. It would be my choice. I have not shot any new Walthers but they seem to really be gaining a much larger/newer following. Love the old P99.
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Old 01-10-2019, 05:21 PM
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https://www.shootingillustrated.com/...alther-pps-m2/
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It simply has to feel comfortable in your hand.
That is step #1
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https://www.wideopenspaces.com/heres...-best-beretta/

I personally like this one..
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I totally agree that I want more. I have several weapons, If you look, I recently had six weapons stolen and recovered. 3 pistols and three rifles.
I missed that thread, that sucks, good reminder for everyone to write down all your serial numbers and keep those lists in about 5 or 6 different places.
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Originally Posted by Lookinup76 View Post
I missed that thread, that sucks, good reminder for everyone to write down all your serial numbers and keep those lists in about 5 or 6 different places.
I know, I was very lucky,
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Better yet,

Do an extensive inventory of all your valuables w/ serials numbers (if applicable) And take clear photos.
Up load to the cloud and update as needed.
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Originally Posted by semperfifishing View Post
I have actually shot this one. I liked it. But it is wide for a concealed carry in Florida.
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Originally Posted by Riptied View Post
Better yet,

Do an extensive inventory of all your valuables w/ serials numbers (if applicable) And take clear photos.
Up load to the cloud and update as needed.
Another thread, but yes, PHOTOS for quality and serial numbers are key.
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I would definitely take a look at the Heckler & Koch VP9 SK 9mm. Excellant carry gun! I rotate between the HK VP9 SK, Glock 26, Glock 43, Sig 365, Sig 938, Beretta Tomcat, and a couple others.
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https://www.americanrifleman.org/art...safety-recall/
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.357......I would not like to face tis one at close range...lol
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