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Old 03-05-2014, 01:09 PM   #1
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Hello everyone. I'm back in the forum after a prolonged hiatus. Now, I did find something in Walther's website that I had personally never seen before. It's apparently a new compact carry pistol with what seems to be a single stack magazine and a manual safety. It also seems to have a gas delayed blowback cycling action and polygonal rifling. Could it be that Walther is finally getting serious into the modern concealed carry market? Here are some links: WALTHER CCP: New Compact Pistol for US Customers & More and Carl Walther Sporting Weapons - Products - Defense Guns - Pistols
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Old 03-05-2014, 01:26 PM   #2
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I thought they were already serious with the P99c AS and the PPS. This CCP looks a bit like a smaller, single-stack PPQ (6.42" long, 5.12" high, 1.18" thick, 22.3 ounces), except it supposedly uses a delayed gas blowback design (interesting, sounds almost like an H&K P7 in that respect).

Like the thumb safety. May have to give this one a look.
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Old 03-05-2014, 01:32 PM   #3
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Great news about a new compact 9mm Walther... I will be looking very closely at the CCP when it pops out of the oven.
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Old 03-05-2014, 02:54 PM   #4
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There's another one to drop some coin on.

I'm curious where this fits in the product lineup compared to the PPS.
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Available in both Black and Stainless FWIW. To bad Walther has decided to offer the button only these days in the US. The paddle drew me to the PPS and then the PPQ along with its ergonomics. If this were available as a paddle release I'd likely have 2 of them when available. While I will likely order a 5" M2 at some point this year it'll have the slide/barrel installed on a Classic lower. I'll pass on the buttons.

Happy for all those who prefer the button but it does suck for the rest of us who prefer the paddles.
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I sure hope they don't have the QC and heat problems that Wilson Combat had with the ADP being that both are polymer. notorious that one.

the p7 might heat up a bit but it's reliable and durable.
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Old 03-05-2014, 03:41 PM   #7
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Interesting CCP pistol.I moved the cursor forward and saw a PPK,in S/S,in 7.65m/m.Did I misread or is it really there?Both PPK/S in 380(blue and s/s) were still there,but the 32acp was a surprise.Comments? I just double checked.It is under Walther Defense.

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They may have some left over in Germany or did not remove them from the site…but the .32 is long gone…it’s like when you go to the Italian Beretta web site and still see a 85FS Cheetah listed.

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Not interested. No hammer and you need a tool to take it apart for cleaning. As off-put as I am about polymer, I actually gave this a second glance until I read the find print. It's just not my thing, but I'm sure a lot of folks will enjoy the innovation from Walther, which is inspiring.

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Whenever there is news of a new Walther, my first question always is, is it an Ulm, or Arnsberg product?

The inclusion of a manual safety could indicate a shorter or lighter trigger than what is normal on carry pistols of this size. Or not.

I think the safety should be a bit bigger though.
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