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Old 02-18-2014, 07:45 PM   #1
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Default I wanted to share some new handguns my shop just got in

I'm not trying to advertize, but I work at a gun shop and these handguns just came in and I thought they were worth sharing. The list from top to bottom are:
Walther P22
Walther PPk/s .380
Walther PPQ 9mm
Walther PPS 9mm
Sig Scorpion 1911 .45
XDM Competition series 9mm
XDS 9mm
XDS .45

I got to handle these a bit and I think they're all really nice guns. I have my eye in the PPS.

















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I own the P22, PPQ and the PPS. The PPQ and PPS are outstanding. The P22 is OK. It took me about 700 rounds for the P22 to stop having FTF and FTE issues. But I got a lot of practice clearing jams,


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Got the sig scorpion about 3 weeks ago. Love the gun been carring it owb and am thinking of getting the 4in 1911 scorpion for my ebc. I do want a ppq tho. Wish i could find and old ppk in 9mm.

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Got the sig scorpion about 3 weeks ago. Love the gun been carring it owb and am thinking of getting the 4in 1911 scorpion for my ebc. I do want a ppq tho. Wish i could find and old ppk in 9mm.

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This scorpion is the 4 inch version. Personally I think I would like the 5 inch a little better. The smaller barrel would be better for concealment though.
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I own the P22, PPQ and the PPS. The PPQ and PPS are outstanding. The P22 is OK. It took me about 700 rounds for the P22 to stop having FTF and FTE issues. But I got a lot of practice clearing jams,


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That's a shame about the P22, I thought it had a nice feel to it. I was really impressed with the PPS. I'm glad to hear some good feedback on it, I was thinking that one needs to come home with me.
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This scorpion is the 4 inch version. Personally I think I would like the 5 inch a little better. The smaller barrel would be better for concealment though.
Oh that is the 4in verson. They shoot like a dream. Wish i had got it along time ago.

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That's a shame about the P22, I thought it had a nice feel to it. I was really impressed with the PPS. I'm glad to hear some good feedback on it, I was thinking that one needs to come home with me.

The P22 feels good, and shoots really well. It just took some time to behave. A buddy of kine had one, and had the same issues. Once it gets worn in a little it is a great shooter. It just isn't great out of the box. Which to me makes it a great learning tool. But i am a little odd.


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I was looking at getting the PPQ. CardiacColt68 has there been any issues with that weapon? Would you recommend it?

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Yes. I am and old school steel/1911 guy. The PPQ felt really good in my hand, and I thought it would be a good thing to have one high capacity handgun, plus a 9mm for something cheaper to shoot than my beloved 1911s. Then I shot the PPQ and was very impressed. It is accurate, has had zero FTF or FTE issues with any ammo, and feels great ergonomically to me. Most double stack 9s aren't comfortable for me to shoot. So far there is no cons to owning a PPQ. Even the trigger feels good. It's not a 1911 trigger, but compared to the other striker fired guns I have shot it is really good.


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