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    Elmer Gantry is offline Junior Member
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    the PM9 is SWEET. I just couldn't justify the cost difference for my first CCW purchase.

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    Ozark10 is offline Junior Member
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    I have the PM9 for about a year now, carry it daily in a front pocket holster. 650 rounds without a problem. Almost as easy as a Glock to take down and clean. I am very satisfied with the Kahr. Also have the Kel-Tec P3AT and had several mis-fire problems with it and lost confidence with the gun.

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    WVfishguy is offline Junior Member
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    Walthers always have teething problems
    News to me. Maybe if you're referring to PPKs or older makes.

    My P99 and PPS shot fine right out of the box.

    I first fired my PPS with 20-year-old ammo I found in my attic, a combination of old reloads, Silvertips and some Teflon-coated, flat pointed junk I used in my Ruger 9mm revolver.

    No misfires, and accurate to boot.

    My P99 also shot perfectly from the start. Best semi I've fired.

    I like both the PPS and the P99 better than the P7 I used to own. The P7 was a great gun, wish I had kept it, but much heavier & bulkier.

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    When you talk about PPS are you specifically talking about the police pistol slim? Are there others referred to as PPS? I have a 0.40 P99C with AS trigger and have had it now for about 1yr. I have fired both reloads and several name brand types of ammo to the tune of about 1500 rounds. I am more than satisfied with this gun and use it as my carry concealed choice. In fact I put it up against the glocks 26, 27, & 19 also the springfield XD and hands down I selected the Walther. Shot accurate is slimmer than both other handguns and I use the extended magazine with third finger grip. The glock in 0.40 was not even close when it came to smooth operation in fact after only one clip I noticed it kept biting my trigger finger and was not smooth. The Walther has a smoother trigger and is DA first shot and SA after that. If you don't decock it is SA action always. I like the option. XD was just too big and cluncky to even consider, not very concealable for a compact. Walther shot very accurate and the sites are adjustable and I did just that and made it even more accurate 2" grouping at 25ft every time I go to the range. I now want the P99c AS in 9mm as another option to carry. Also, looked at the Springfield EMP in 9mm and 0.40, but I can nearly buy two Walthers for the price of one of these. Hey, plus they look way cooler too!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sanctified View Post
    When you talk about PPS are you specifically talking about the police pistol slim? Are there others referred to as PPS? I have a 0.40 P99C with AS trigger and have had it now for about 1yr. I have fired both reloads and several name brand types of ammo to the tune of about 1500 rounds. I am more than satisfied with this gun and use it as my carry concealed choice. In fact I put it up against the glocks 26, 27, & 19 also the springfield XD and hands down I selected the Walther. Shot accurate is slimmer than both other handguns and I use the extended magazine with third finger grip. The glock in 0.40 was not even close when it came to smooth operation in fact after only one clip I noticed it kept biting my trigger finger and was not smooth. The Walther has a smoother trigger and is DA first shot and SA after that. If you don't decock it is SA action always. I like the option. XD was just too big and cluncky to even consider, not very concealable for a compact. Walther shot very accurate and the sites are adjustable and I did just that and made it even more accurate 2" grouping at 25ft every time I go to the range. I now want the P99c AS in 9mm as another option to carry. Also, looked at the Springfield EMP in 9mm and 0.40, but I can nearly buy two Walthers for the price of one of these. Hey, plus they look way cooler too!
    I am referring to the Walther PPS9 only. I do not know anything about a PPC in 40 cal. The PPS9 is a DAO only, and is very slim at 1.04" wide. I don't think the PPS has been out as long as a year yet. I believe it came out this past Feb. or March. I ended up purchasing a Kahr P9 which I love. However, since it's been about two months, I am again looking to at least try a Walther PPS and possibly buy one of them as well. The big problem is, I cannot seem to find one at any of the shops in my area. There was a gun show in my area last week, and no one there had one either. I'll just have to be patient and wait until they are more readily available.

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    DUNEZRUNNER is offline Junior Member
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    Johnny,

    Where in henderson did you get this gun at? I am looking at possibly getting either this gun or the taurus millenium.

    Thanks

    Thomas

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