I talk about one caliber. Glock 45 is 9mmThe reason I asked for more detail is you are requesting a comparison between two calibers which introduces both weight and ammo capacity issues. I own the PPQ 45 and a Glock 21. My preference in the 45acp is the PPQ 45.....hands down. I only purchased the Glock 21 because I was unable to find a PPQ 45 (new) and the permanent use is a carry in one of our vehicles. If I carried OWB the PPQ 45 is my pick.
While I do not own the PDP I did check out the Compact when they were released. The grip is great! The factory trigger is virtually identical to a PPQ M2....that's why OF pointed you to the PDT. Sights are on par with PPQ's so I would suggest a change to those. OF can suggest several excellent replacements.
Whalther pdp is the newest.I think all three are excellent choices. The Glock will probably have a better selection of holsters, sights, and parts.
The PDP uses Glock sights so finding sights for it should not be a problem.I think all three are excellent choices. The Glock will probably have a better selection of holsters, sights, and parts.
You might want to change the sights on the Walther. Other than that you should be good to go.Whalther pdp is the newest.
Glock has everything but you must change many to be best.
I dont know if you must change something on whalther......
Glock has cheaper parts ect , i think of everything!
Agreed. I don't care for the Glock 19X or 45 configuration at all.For my situations I don't see the benefit of the longer grip and shorter slide. The G19 style grip gives you better versatility for mags and has plenty of real-estate for me to get a full grip on it.
I own all three. The Glock 45 is my duty weapon, while the HKVP9L is my off duty weapon. I have the PDP Compact 5", and it is sweet. I prefer the HK over the PDP for my off duty because it just feels better to me, and therefore I seem to shoot it somewhat better... although not by much. If push came to shove, I could carry the PDP as well. Not a fan of Glocks, just carry one as duty weapon because it is the required firearm for our agency. The Glocks are great firearms, and very reliable, but they don't feel good in my hand. Grip feels like a 2x2 board. Just recently purchased the HK VP9L OR Match, and it is absolutely phenomenal...... love it !!Which weapon do you think is better? Both are light weight, strike fired and same inches....