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Just joined this and hope to learn more about Walther firearms. I have had a CZ pistols up to recently, when I purchased my first M&P 2.0 full size. All of my pistols have had upgrades and looking to do the same to my first Walther.
Which brings me to a question. I shoot range only, no competitions as of now.
Looking to purchase a PPQ 9mm with 5" barrel. Other than optic ready and porting was are the main advantages to the Q5 match over the PPQ M1 5"
I plan on upgrading trigger in either one that I purchase.
 

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Just joined this and hope to learn more about Walther firearms. I have had a CZ pistols up to recently, when I purchased my first M&P 2.0 full size. All of my pistols have had upgrades and looking to do the same to my first Walther.
Which brings me to a question. I shoot range only, no competitions as of now.
Looking to purchase a PPQ 9mm with 5" barrel. Other than optic ready and porting was are the main advantages to the Q5 match over the PPQ M1 5"
I plan on upgrading trigger in either one that I purchase.
I too hail from Indiana. I’m locacated in Anderson. I believe the Q5 match is an M2 variation of the PPQ. My only experience with the PPQ is with my M1 .40S&W. It, as well as the rest of the M1s has the paddle mag release on the trigger guard...I prefer it. The M2 has the thumb button mag release. The trigger on my M1 is completely stock and I wouldn’t even consider doing anything with it. I can’t imagine it being better than it is. It’s very quick (Q)...I tend to double tap when I shoot it after my CCP and sometimes my P99.
 
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