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My NIB PPQ SC 9mm should be shipping out next week.

No telling if the LE version would have stayed @$499 shipped, or not.

https://www.gunbuyer.com/walther-pp...-barrel-night-sights-3-magazines-2829789.html

When I tried to order my PPQ 45 last month, they were out of stock when I
finally set down and attempted to order.

Best Walther prices around, but I've never bought anything from them before.

I hope all goes well, and the $5.00 insurance isn't needed.
 

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Wow, I didn’t realize what a deal I got on mine. I bought it from Bud’s for $469 about 3 months ago. Regardless its a great gun, shot everything I fed it but didn’t really like Blazer Aluminum. Any holster that will fit the PPQ M2 will work I ended up getting a IWB holster from http://Crossbreedholsters.com and a OWB from http://Dmeholster.com. I put a set of SpeedSights on it as well and I think it now shoots a well as it’s big brother.

You will love it.��
 

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Trigger is almost as good as the one on my used PPQ .45 ACP.

I looook forward to shooting it!
 

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Rapid fire,,at least 1 shot per second...all my range allows.

6.5 yards:


I also shot the target with my 4 inch PPQ .22 LR pistol.

PPQ SUB ran fine for 45 rounds, with one mag drop a bit from the pistol due to me
gripping too hard.

I used the 10-round mag with finger extension, the 15-shot extended mag, and one of my 16-shot PPQ mags. No malfunctions. The PPQ mag ran fine for the few rounds through it. I plan to add some actual PPQ SC collared mags.

People have stated that the Q Sub has less recoil than a 4 inch PPQ 9mm.

This seems to be true for me. The SUB shoots softer than my PPQ that I find the
recoil a bit too much at times.

The only changes that I want to make to this gun are : Talon Grips. Nites, might change out the
backstrap for the larger one.
 

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Thanks for trying the PPQ M2 magazine in the SC, I’ve been waiting for someone to actually try it to see if would work. I glad to hear that it did work without changing the magazine spring. I have a PPQ M1 and could not try it myself.

The went with SpeedSights and a rubber sleeve on mine, it seems to work better than the Talons I have on my PPQ M1.
 

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Ordered the Talons for mine, have loved them on my PPS M2 for 3 years.

For I counted up the cost..
And all my wealth is in the Cross!-Hillsong
 

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Easy to change to the large backstrap:

 
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