yes! This ^^^ I've been holding off on the double stack micro 9mm as I have a suitable carry option. I really hope Walther gets in the game and releases a new PPS variant or something to compete.I would hope/guess that they will jump into the hi cap micro compact game to compete with sig, Springfield, S and W etc. I would guess it would probably have a slightly improved version of the PPS fire control system, optics cut at least as an option if not standard, and PDP texturing. While they would be late to the game with this, I think it would be a competitive product if priced right
It seems like all they have to do is make something like the inner workings of a PDP or PPQ and slap it inside a frame about the size of a Sig P365's frame, and then put a trapazoidal Walther slide on it. Boom. Problem solved. They need some new engineers if they can't figure that out.I don't have high hopes, but I'd also like to see a steel framed .45 ACP or 10mm from Walther.
I'm also hoping for an updated/modernized PPS successor, possibly based off of the PDP as mentioned earlier.
Where's a good (firearms & finance) fortune teller when we need one...?
Kel-Tec already has the CP33 with a quad stack 66 round magazine so you might not be too far off.I'm hoping for a PPS triple stack holding about 21 rounds.
Sometimes you rub your eyes and ask yourself the question: Who buys and needs something like this and, above all, for what?
If you had a nice range set up with a shooting gallery of sorts (Think Hickok's set up with multiple steel targets, bottles and gongs) it might be nice to keep plinking and plinking away without constantly reloading.Sometimes you rub your eyes and ask yourself the question: Who buys and needs something like this and, above all, for what?
Preparation for a zombie war or a trench war like in WW1 (see drum magazine for the Luger 08)?
Even if some of you will get upset about this post of mine, I couldn't help writing it.