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Great review.
Have noticed in this and other shooting reviews that some of the brass is ejected straight back at the shooter. Much like the Walther P22Q does.That is a negative and why I rarely shoot that 22 anymore. The Browning Buckmark or S&W A1 are more user friendly and with the longer barrels have greater accuracy.

But still The siren song of the CCP will have the credit card ready when more of the bugs have been worked out by Walther. They most Riki Tikki need to get that poor chamfering of the breech worked out. How sad is that.
 

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That is a pretty good video and videos are a bit hard to make, concentrating on what you are talking about, keeping your work in front of the camera, trying to keep the light on the subject, etc. He does go into pretty good detail regarding the take down tool. I'm wondering if Walther needs to put a bit more of a handle on the tool. But I agree, pretty good effort there. M1911
 
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