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    Walther PPX

    http://www.gunsholstersandgear.com/w...her_PPX_02.jpg The new Walther PPX was on display at the NASGW Expo, and regular readers of this site have probably already seen some of the photos of the pistol. Here are some more details on the gun and some of my observations.

    The new PPX will be available in 9mm and .40 S&W. The 9mm version will hold 16 rounds in the magazine. Alternatively, the .40 S&W will pack 14 rounds into the mag. Either way, you should have an adequate amount of felon repellant should it be needed. http://www.gunsholstersandgear.com/w...her_PPX_07.jpg.
    A Must have!!!!!


    Read the original article here: Walther PPX information :: Guns Holsters and Gear . Make sure you visit GunsHolstersAndGear.com for all of the latest gun news, reviews and SHOT Show coverage.

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    Thanks for the post - I had not heard of this new gun yet.,..

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    Seems ok....kind of boxy....would have to shoot it........

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    Beautiful Craftmanship!!! Looks very exciting.

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    Check it Out The New official Site walther Arms or the Fanpage on Facebook www.facebook.com/waltherppx

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    waltherarms.com

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    Not too much discussion on the PPX, huh? I love mine. My only question is why doesn't it like the new nickel plated bullets? The operator of the range I go to said the gun wouldn't shoot them reliably, but didn't say why. Anyone have any information on this?

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    My PPXs have functioned just fine shooting everything I have fed it. I have both the 9mm and .40 versions and they are both very accurate and solidly built. I got the 9mm 18 months ago and picked up the .40 six months back because I was so happy with the first one. I even concealed carry them now with my a Stealthgear onyx holster. Heck I'm wearing the 9mm right now.

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    Bought my PPX last Saturday, got it home, field stripped and lubed. Went to the range this morning. 200 rounds of 124gr Freedom Munitions and 150 rounds of Federal 9BP 115gr. What a great shooting pistol. Not one problem. I had my doubts about the trigger, but I loved it. This is my first Walther. Won't be my last. Wish I had brought more ammo with. I could shoot it all day.
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    My Walther PPX shoots like a dream. The trigger is just like butter and the trigger break – just WoW.... well it's a very accurate gun in my book.
    Mine had a ton of problems with the firing pin. I sold it after many shippings back and for to the pawn shop.
    I still consider to buy me another PPX just because of the heck of it. It was an accurate gun and a very smooth shooter when it worked, no doubt.
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    Read a few articles about it, but have not even held one yet. Sounds like Walther is living up to it's reputation.

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    The PPX is pretty solid. I've enjoyed both of mine. I'm now adding a P99 to my collection but I will keep at least one of these PPXs and maybe both if my brother doesn't want one.

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    I'm sure it's a well made handgun and the price is great, but damn it looks like a Hi-Point!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by hud35500 View Post
    I'm sure it's a well made handgun and the price is great, but damn it looks like a Hi-Point!!
    I have somewhere a C9. But they look different than the Walther and let me tell you, the PPX shoots --- hummmm like a dream.

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