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I am sure some of you, like me, like the paddle style mag releases on walthers and H&K's.
Would you consider getting one if walther made a M2 with the european mag release?
 

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I'd definitely consider it. For me, I can adjust to mag release locations. I still have a couple of W. German made Sig P230 that have a heel style mag release. Just takes a conscious effort to pay attention to where it's located on the pistol


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While I prefer the paddles I would not exchange one for the other now that I have am M2.
 

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Keep up the whining about the precious paddles and we'll all go back to C-96 style fixed magazines to be loaded from stripper clips :p
 

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I'd prefer the Euro release as long as it was similar to the HK type, but the one on the M2 now is very fast and easy to use. I doubt if I could reload quicker with a paddle. On other firearms, it would be paddle hands down.
 

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I've grown to prefer the PPS or P99 paddles actually. Problem with the thumb-button is accidental disengaging holstered magazine from gun. Rare but I've seen it.
 

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I've grown to prefer the PPS or P99 paddles actually. Problem with the thumb-button is accidental disengaging holstered magazine from gun. Rare but I've seen it.
If I put my PPQ Navy (M2) into my IWB holster and press the gun against my hip, it will drop the mag every time.

That's a leather backing, not so sure a holster meant for the M2 wouldn't also be the same way, it's just a piece of cowhide on the gun's left side, after all.

Yep, paddles are superior, in that regard at least.
 
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