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Old 08-26-2017, 09:43 PM   #1
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PPS M2 In Gun Tests

I got the new issue of Gun Tests in the mail on Friday with a four way review of single stack 9mm pistols. They looked at the Walther PPS M2, Glock 43, S&W M&P9 Shield, and Honor Defense HG9SC. Here's some of what they had to say about the PPS :

"The Walther PPS M2 is a class act."

"We prefer the Walther PPS to the Honor Guard, Glock 43 or Shield overall."

"The Walther PPS is perhaps the most refined."
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Old 08-26-2017, 10:33 PM   #2
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Old 08-27-2017, 12:52 AM   #3
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This is good press for Walther. Hopeful more people give the PPS a chance. To me it's the best feeling and best shooting handgun in its class. Mine has been completely reliable. Plus, as GunzTests mentioned, it just has a certain class to it.
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Got mine out of California 10-day jail on Wednesday, shot it for the first time on Friday, and shot my CCW qualification on Saturday.....shot great, no issues, felt great.

I have no problem with my Shield, they seem pretty similar in size and shooting. The PPS is a little more refined in build it seems....maybe I like it more cuz I had to pay A LOT more for it in Cali, LOL
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All of the reports I have read rate the PPS M2 higher than it's many competitors! I did lots of research and reading on this before I bought. Have not regretted it.
I am not happy with the barrel peening issue mentioned elsewhere on this forum, and feel that Walther is not living up to their quality and customer service.
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Had they included the Shield 45, it wouldn't have been a question. Hands down best single stack, trigger, ergonomics, just all around.
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Not to flame or incite, but IMO Walther quality is superior to that of S&W these days.

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I dumped my Shield for the PPS and have never looked back, it was a good decision. I really like the gun for what it is....but I'm feeling a bit more love for my 99c AS. It's a fraction bigger and a bit heavier, but the trigger is better and I like the DA/SA option. (I know I shouldn't shoot them one after the other....I always find myself putting three through the 99 for every one I put through the PPS.)
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