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Old 11-09-2012, 07:56 AM   #31
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Here is an interesting link I found on the PPX.
PPX Trademark of Carl Walther GmbH - Registration Number 0000000 - Serial Number 85030390 :: Justia Trademarks
Looks like the trademark process has been in the works since 2010.
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Old 11-09-2012, 08:37 AM   #32
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I looked up the expo that it's being announced at and it looks like this is the last day. Announced the last day of the expo?
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Old 11-09-2012, 09:54 AM   #33
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Been looking at the image and it looks like the pistol is on a steno pad. If that is the case it may be about the size of a P99c
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Old 11-09-2012, 11:21 AM   #34
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Been looking at the image and it looks like the pistol is on a steno pad. If that is the case it may be about the size of a P99c

I noticed the same thing... I wonder what caliber this will be in
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Old 11-09-2012, 11:41 AM   #35
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Looks like someone at M4C got a picture of the other side.
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Old 11-09-2012, 11:50 AM   #36
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Judging by the slide length relative to grip length, it certainly looks more compact than the PPQ.

Better ergonomic design of the takedown lever.

Better sight contours, flush profile of the slide release, and greater bevel on the rear slide/grip.

Certainly hints at a serious stab at the concealed/carry market. But why the hammer without safety or decocker?

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Old 11-09-2012, 11:57 AM   #37
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If the picture was clearer, we could see the caliber marking on the barrel.

It's a blurry picture, but the caliber on the barrel looks like "9x19", or possibly "380ACP".
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And why the cloak and dagger about it? I feel like the other side pic is something someone snapped while no one was looking.
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I'm not interested either way. If this is a Walther product, I don't see what it offers over the 99-series pistols or the PPS, and if it is an Umarex product, I'm staying away from it.
I'm guessing it is a prototype or other pre-production item, features might change or the market might not even be the US
But a Umarex design or something that lacks a flipper mag release isn't going to generate much interest for me.



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I'm guessing it is a prototype or other pre-production item, features might change or the market might not even be the US
But a Umarex design or something that lacks a flipper mag release isn't going to generate much interest for me.
The whole design seems strange to me.

I wouldn't be surprised if this was Umarex's 9mm offering, as there is really no space in the Walther line-up for this pistol to fill up. I have absolutely no interest in an Umarex product judging by their previous designs.

With such a short hammer, and with such a short length of pull (for a DAO pistol), I would think that the trigger must have to be pretty heavy for the firing pin to reliably impact the primer.

I'm interested in who is making this pistol, what caliber it is in, what the trigger weight is, and what pistols this one was designed to compete against.

Also, looking at that dovetail, I'm wondering if PPS sights would fit.
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