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I had to sell off my Navy for the money, but so miss it Ive been looking around for a replacement...


My question here is that there is an LE edition, 2813734LE for $474 at Buds


BUT there is also another version, 2813734 for $622 at Buds


I can see no difference tween the two models



Is is that the LE is simply cheaper cuz its LE and no other difference?


Thanks in advance for any help
 

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In Walther guns (and I forget which exact model) the “LE” is for Law Enforcement.
What it means for that particular gun (PPQ or PPS?) is that it has night sights instead of the three white dots and 3 mags instead of 2.

Normally the LE version is slightly more pricey. Perhaps a sale.
 
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In Walther guns (and I forget which exact model) the “LE” is for Law Enforcement.
What it means for that particular gun (PPQ or PPS?) is that it has night sights instead of the three white dots and 3 mags instead of 2.

Normally the LE version is slightly more pricey. Perhaps a sale.
Doesn’t one have to provide LEO credentials in order to purchase LE exclusive guns? New from the dealer at least I think...

Doesn’t one have to provide LEO credentials i
 

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I have such credentials but are they needed?
Walther does offer discounts for military and LE but if they are needed for the LE model I do not think so. Nothing special or restricted about it.
 

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Law Enforcement IOP Program

The Individual Officer Purchase (IOP) program supports those who protect and serve communities across the United States.

Due to our contract with WALTHER, this particular item is restricted to:

Sworn Law Enforcement officers, including Federal, State, County, & City
(Includes retired L.E. officers with "retired" credentials)
EMT's, Fire Fighters, Volunteer Fire Fighters, and Paramedics
Military personnel including Reservists and National Guard with I.D.
(Includes retired Military with "retired" credentials)
Corrections Officers including Parole and Probation Officers
State Licensed Security Companies (Loomis Fargo, RAM, Securitas, etc.)
State Licensed Armed Security Officers.
All TSA employees and Federal Flight Deck Officers
Court Judges, District Attorneys and Deputy District Attorneys.
 
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