I am between Hornady Critical Defense (currently in the mix). And Federal Guard Dog. Both are filled hollow points that feed really really reliably, and do real damage when they hit their mark. GoodNESS I touched off one of each of those into ballistics gelatin. The results were... humbling to say the least.
I was talking to someone else on here about Frangible ammo and maybe putting that in for the nightstand gun as I live in a townhouse and don't want a pill flying inadvertently into a neighbors house.
I forget what the Federals are, I think they are similar, but the Hornady CD's are 185's IIRC. They use low-flash propellant to reduce temporary blindness chances should you need to use it in the dark, and bright cases to make chamber checks or press checks easier.
I am new to this forum, but not to firearms. My daughter purchased a Walther PPS M2 9mm. I loved the way it felt in my hands and loved the way it shot. So, like any responsible Dad, I supported my daughter by retiring my old faithful, beloved Colt Mustang Plus 2. It has been my conceal carry...
Works well and I'm liking it on my PPS M2.
Gradually weaning myself from my blocks and I'm just super happy about that.
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I bought mine a few days ago and put 75 rounds through it..great little shooter !! When I got home it accidently dropped on my concrete garage floor breaking both "ears" of the take down inside the frame. Obviously I can't use it until I get the part from Walther. Has this happened to anyone...
So far I've seen the following with PPS M2 option:
Walther official list of holsters
SHTF Holsters ACE-1 Gen 2
Dara holster Quick ship Walther PPS M2 IWB Holster
PPS modification to fit PPS M2 (not for kydex holsters)
Microtuck (M1 compatible with M2)...