Firstly, The walter PPQ series is now complete. Firstly, The WALTHER PPQ, a large-caliber pistol. Secondly, is now available in a small caliber model, the PPQ 22. Secondly, What’s more, it comes in both a 4-inch and 5-inch version. Thirdly, Thus the PPQ M2 family (M2 refers to the magazine release at the side of the frame).Further, can now be obtained in three calibers: 9 mm Luger, .40 S&W and .22 l.r.
Firstly, The two new small-bore pistols likewise have magazine buttons that can be switch from left. Secondly, to right and ambidextrous slide stop levers that can easily be operated with gloves. Thirdly, The slide has wide serrations at the front and back for easy racking. Further, The rear sight is adjustable for both elevation and windage for accurate shooting. Moreover, The trigger, which has a constant pull and a travel of only 4 mm. In addition, also ensures good shooting results.
Firstly, Small-bore versions of well-known firearms are currently enjoying worldwide popularity. Secondly, They have the same good handling as the originals as well as identical functional elements. Thirdly, making them ideal for low-cost training. Moreover, they can fire more rounds than the 9 mm or .45 ACP versions. Further, Duty holsters and competition holsters for the M2 family can also be use with the PPQ 22.
Firstly, And finally, .22 l.r. rounds are not nearly as expensive as the larger ammunition. Secondly , making this pistol especially attractive to novices.
Thirdly, The International Practical Shooting Confederation (IPSC) and the German Shooting Sport Federation (BDS) . Further, have offer action competitions with special small-caliber scoring for some time now. Moreover, Other sport shooting associations are also emphasizing the new small-caliber disciplines, which are inexpensive but challenging. Also, Thus the two versions of the new WALTHER PPQ 22 give dedicate shooters a low-cost opportunity for more practice.