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  1. GSP Expert - couple of tricks to share

    The Classics
    GSP Expert - a few tricks to share Hi everyone, I just picked up a new GSP Expert in .22lr from Earl (Walther Firearms and Accessories, Earl's Repair Service Inc. - Home Page) recently which is my favorite target pistol at the moment. Earl is a nice person and is very professional to deal with...
  2. PPQ 22LR - yeah this isn't good...

    PPQ
    While decocking my PPQ 22LR using the offical way described in the manual (i.e., dry firing), this important piece broke off that sits right in front the hammer. I'm sure that functional part has a name... My PPQ 22LR is 54 weeks old and looking at the Walther warranty for this pistol, they...
  3. Safe to Dry Fire (often)

    PPQ
    My search of this site, the PPQ owner's manual, and the Walther site has not produced a definitive answer regarding the following question: "Is it safe to repeatedly dry fire the PPQ?" Since dry firing is required for takedown, clearly an occassional dry fire is harmless. But I't talking about...
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