As you say, it does look nice.I saw the email this morning, they are advising it as a performance/ conceal carry gun but at a pound heavier than the PPQ I'm not sure it's ideal for ccw.
It does look nice.
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I think the Q4 SF is best suited for CCP division in IDPA where a 4" or smaller gun is required. I did quite well last year with my PPQ 4" in IDPA and earned a good amount of Win With Walther cash, including a 1st place $1000 at the world championship. I'm interested in the Q4 mainly for the lighter recoil.Ok...here goes and some of you are not gonna like this.
The Q5 SF is made as a competitive gun to serve one purpose well....carry optics. It can also be used in production. However, there are much better production guns that a Q5 SF. It’s a mediocre limited gun and vastly outclassed as an Open gun.
Making the gun one inch shorter makes little sense other than the fact that a 4” vs 5” on a gun with an optic makes a little to no difference.
Positioning this as a carry or compact gun makes little to no sense to me.