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Yes, a Single Stack .45!

They already have the perfect SS9 in the PPS, and the PPS M2.

Did you see that almost round bottom baseplate on the SC in the pic?

Or is that a SC 15 -shot mag cut off by the camera?
 

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CCP M2:eek:

P99 M2:D

PPQ SC M2 in 45ACP:cool:

I believe there is another thread on this topic already going. :D
 

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Whatever it is, I'll be willing to bet it comes in .22LR or .380.

Think about it. The entire Walther lineup has been changed, with three exceptions. The P99. The P22. The PK380


And my guess is on one of the two latter models getting the M(e)2 treatment.

Bellybuttons for all, and for all a goodnight. :D
 

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The grip looks long compared to the barrel length... but the silhouette suggests that might be a (really pronounced) pinky rest?

So... really massive pinky extension... likely a really small gun. Likely a .380/.32.

Maybe it's a shrunk-down .380 CCP kind of a thing? I'm also thinking more Umarex than Ulm.
 

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One way or the other I'm not getting excited. After the debacle of the Qsc I seriously doubt anything will be a wallet opener for me.

I would think Walther would already have rolled out a Q45c based on the proven Q design if they were doing to offer one...as to a Qsc 45 like the 9 ....why waste our time??? If it isn't cross compatible why build it?

Others might need or want a different caliber and be looking forward to this and I hope your wait if rewarding but please don't let those hopes become too elevated....

I'd hate to see them dashed.
 

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It's a single stack, based upon an already proven design, but ready to expand into an area previously left untouched.

If that doesn't clue you in on what it is.. :D

As I mentioned in the other "upcoming" post, I'm putting some coin away for when it's available.

It sucks it has a button, but hey, there's a Chevy car I learned to like too, so, I can adapt, even grudgingly. ;):p
 

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Some are saying .380 ACP.

I'd like to see a Walther M2 .380 the size of a Glock 42 (excellent .380)
or smaller.
 

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It's a single stack, based upon an already proven design, but ready to expand into an area previously left untouched.

If that doesn't clue you in on what it is.. <img src="http://www.waltherforums.com/forum/images/smilies/biggrin.gif" border="0" alt="" title="Big Grin" class="inlineimg" />

As I mentioned in the other "upcoming" post, I'm putting some coin away for when it's available.

It sucks it has a button, but hey, there's a Chevy car I learned to like too, so, I can adapt, even grudgingly. <img src="http://www.waltherforums.com/forum/images/smilies/wink.gif" border="0" alt="" title="Wink" class="inlineimg" /><img src="http://www.waltherforums.com/forum/images/smilies/tongue.gif" border="0" alt="" title="Stick Out Tongue" class="inlineimg" />
Hmmm... sounds like you know something we don’t! PPS M2 .45 ACP?
 
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