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YES 57 59.38%
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Old 05-02-2017, 02:27 PM   #71
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Would I recommend a CCP-- No-- I never really had any problems except for a limp wrist failure to go into battery before I sent it in for recall. Had only put 250, 300 rds. thru it. Upon return, 50 rds. Blazer Brass 124gr. thru with no problems. No pock mark put on my grip to indicate recall, no explanation as to work accomplished. I wanted a new pistol, didn't even consider a Walther. I'm sitting here with 3 Walthers, a CCP that is doubtful, a P99c that doesn't fit my hand[my fault not Walthers] a PPX that shoots like a champ but is huge and the feed ramp might come loose at any time. I just bought a FNS 9c to accompany my Shield in the carry rotation. I quit buying guns for a while and I better quit looking in on the forum. Quite discouraging. Quick
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Old 05-14-2017, 06:04 AM   #72
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i have had no problem at all shoots great no function problems over 700 rounds love the gun by no means its not a P99 or PPS or PPQ And surely no PPK I Think Walther Has learned a lesson on Gun Quality,for this problem of complaints i think they will think twice before they try this again And your going to ask would i carry this gun sure just as a back up as what i bought it for would i buy again No i would buy a new m2 PPS
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Old 05-15-2017, 12:44 AM   #73
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Smile Works just fine

I had to send mine in for the recall. The returned firearm is much better in fit,finish,and especially the trigger. The grittiness is gone and this gun is easy to shoot. I just ran 100 rounds of 115gr CCI ball ammo and had zero malfunctions.
Of course, the next test will be with self defense ammo. I have a feeling it will be just fine.
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Old 05-15-2017, 08:54 PM   #74
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I like my CCP, I got about 700 shots and no problem at all. For improvement I would replace the sight which is barely seeable at low light.
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Old 05-18-2017, 08:44 PM   #75
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I like my CCP, I got about 700 shots and no problem at all. For improvement I would replace the sight which is barely seeable at low light.
LOL The sight dots are barely visible in bright light due to the shadow. Lets calculate, the sun is at my 3 oclock the shadow is.. oh aim low and to right. Joking but true.
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I like my CCP, I got about 700 shots and no problem at all. For improvement I would replace the sight which is barely seeable at low light.
XS Sights are the way to go for CCP. I have 2 sets on my CCPs, one regular and one big Dot.

Very fast and bright tritium for night and white outline for day.
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Old 05-19-2017, 08:41 AM   #77
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LOL The sight dots are barely visible in bright light due to the shadow. Lets calculate, the sun is at my 3 oclock the shadow is.. oh aim low and to right. Joking but true.
A touch of model airplane paint, the color of your choice can brighten the sights up. I apply the paint with a toothpick.
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Old 05-20-2017, 07:22 PM   #78
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XS Sights are the way to go for CCP. I have 2 sets on my CCPs, one regular and one big Dot.

Very fast and bright tritium for night and white outline for day.
Did you install them yourself? How hard to zero the sight?
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A touch of model airplane paint, the color of your choice can brighten the sights up. I apply the paint with a toothpick.
Yes, I did it too. Didn't help....
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Did you install them yourself? How hard to zero the sight?
No, I took the slide down to them and let them do it. Perfectly zero'd.

They can do it for you for $40 if you ship them the slide (and you have to pay for return shipping).

BUT, you could do it yourself if you are mechanically adept. And have a sight pusher.
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