The Walther PPQ sometimes pronounced Walter is a German made police pistol that was released in 2011. This gun was made to replace the Walther P99 and comes in both a 9mm and a .40 S&W. The 9 holds 15 rounds and the 40 holds 12 rounds. Walther is an old German manufacturer that has put out quality weapons for ages.
According to WikiPedia the Walther PPQ The Walther PPQ has a short recoil-operated locked breech semi-automatic pistol that uses a modified Browning cam-lock system adapted from the Hi-Power pistol. The PPQ has a glassfiber-reinforced polymer frame and steel slide assembly. It can be broken down into its main parts or field stripped with a take down catch without the help of tools.
This gun has weight of around 21.oz, a complete length of 7.1in for the 9mm and 7.2 in for the 40. The barrel itself is 4 in for the 9mm and 4.1 in for the 40 S&W. It stands around 5.3 inches.
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