PPQ M3 - "two versions of the popular PPQ pistol, named M3 and P3, especially for police and security (not available for the civilian market)"
The PPQ M3/P3 (and the reason the supplied case has metal clasps and is stackable) is explained in post #5 of the following thread:What's with the box in this PPQ M3 video? Are they available for sale? The gun geek in my wants I'll one.
No it isn't!!! Come out to the front of the class, put this hat on and go and stand in the corner!So, basically a PPQ M2 ( surprised it has the button) with a P99AS trigger?
You'll have to stay behind after school as well!More like a P99 QA trigger, in regard to the M3/P3.
It does de-cock (read the quoted post) - but good luck on finding one (or a P99 Q, for that matter)!If it decocks, I'll take one, or two, or...
You wouldn't have to - the PPQ P3 HAS the classic frame. I agree with your “Why not, Walther?”Why not, Walther?
(That way I can stick the trigger and slide onto my Classic frame..)
D'oh. When I posted it was really late (for me).
And I've read more than once the thread here with the article about the P99Q AND the other stuff, too.
I knew better, I blame it on tiredness and lack of coffee.
Still, I want one, especially with the paddle release, though the button guns are grudgingly ok.
Ya likes what ya likes.
Deutschmarks?!!! Haven't been in Deutschland for a while, have you?C'mon Walther, make it so. Make those engineering dollars, errr, Deutschmarks mean something, damn it..
Deutschmarks?!!! Haven't been in Deutschland for a while, have you?
........not if you insist on paying in Deutschmarks!Now, Walther, give us the P3, damnit.
These work, then?