Just wanted to get everyone's feedback to see if y'all thought there would be enough traffic on the new PPQ to justify its own section.
I like the way that looks better than the PPQI voted "P99/PPQ". To me the PPQ looks a lot like this Turkish P99 clone. That's ironic because in an earlier thread somebody speculated that this gun might be a prototype for a new version of the P99...
Anything is possible. After seeing the mess they made of the PPS and this latest PPQ POS, nothing would surprise me. Probably some air gun retard from Umarex giving them "expert" corporate advice.I like the way that looks better than the PPQ
But, back to the task at hand - I say, give it its own section!
I still believe that they may eventually discontinue the normal P99
Hey, jl: Don't sugarcoat it like that, man -- tell us what you really mean.Anything is possible. After seeing the mess they made of the PPS and this latest PPQ POS, nothing would surprise me. Probably some air gun retard from Umarex giving them "expert" corporate advice. ... Walther reps don’t get it. And people wonder why businesses go under?
Well, I think the last 2 choices are misleading if you combine options 2 and 3 into a total...Ok, guys. It looks like the trend is toward consolidating the new model under the P99 forum. As of today, there are 16 votes for its own section, and 29 combined for incorporating it into the present section.
+1, I think we just get mad at the fact that Walther does nothing to market what are IMHO the best overall mid size and compact pistols on the market (P99AS and P99cAS) but they spend resources and energy playing the "me too" game. The grip of the PPQ might be an improvment and the mil spec rail is nice but the rest of it...I don't think it's so much a "hate" thing as it is a wonderment as to who is Walther marketing this thing, and what the heck is their strategy? 'Cause it certainly doesn't seem to be making any sense if they're once again going after the Glock market with a price that is still too high to be competitive. They already tried that once with the QA, and there's no reason to believe this second go will be any more successful than the first.