The P99 did have a name. It was called the Walther Hammerless. It was never plastered all over the P99.
The most funny name is the PPX where the X doesn't stand for a word but rather for a stylized cancellation mark: the PPX has never been a real Polizei-Pistole.Plenty fo Walther's have names - most often just the abbreviation is engraved in the metal though.
I agree. It looks much more like the PPQ now. Not for me but I think Walther may have a winner on their hands for the sub $400 market.I think it looks great. I'll reserve judgement until I see it. I was never impressed with the PPX. Never bought one. I might buy this one. I'll wait and see
Seeing as it appears to be little more than a PPX M2 with a catchier name, one would presume that it's reliability should be on par with it's predecessor, and it's niche is the same as well, that being a lower-priced alternative to the P99/PPQ.Again, does it work -- straight out of the box, as in right now? And what is its intended market/niche?
What it looks like is well down the list for me. Hell, it looks like just about every other pistol they've released in the past few years.
Again, does it work -- straight out of the box, as in right now? And what is its intended market/niche? Do I give up my PPS? My P99C? The CCP? Something else entirely?
Ulm. Has the Antler Proof...It's supposed to be an all around entry level gun with good ergonomics and a good trigger. They say it's compact enough to carry but big enough for home defense or range gun. Was the first PPX an Ulm or Umarex?