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Old 02-03-2013, 12:35 PM   #11
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That is a nice gun! Is that the M2 version with the different mag release? PPQ's are really nice guns, probably the best trigger in the poly guns. Have fun....
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If your wife grew up shooting 357, she should find the 40 to be no problem at all.
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That is a nice gun! Is that the M2 version with the different mag release? PPQ's are really nice guns, probably the best trigger in the poly guns. Have fun....
It's the m1 with the ambidextrous paddle style release. Just as I wanted. Agreed on the trigger too. Excellent all around.

And to the other commenter, yea wife had no prob with the .40. I think she'd actually prefer it in .45 if it came in that. Lol
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Excellent. I would take the ppq in m1 or m2 version. Being a lefty I like the mag release under the trigger guard. I am used to that from my.pps....safe shootin....
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Excellent. I would take the ppq in m1 or m2 version. Being a lefty I like the mag release under the trigger guard. I am used to that from my.pps....safe shootin....
Thanks. Now if only I had a reliable source of ammo! Had to go on quite the scavenger hunt the other day! Found a few places, going to start stocking up a box or two at a time!
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