The Walther CCP, the low-recoil, easy-to-rack single-stack gas-delayed blowback 9mm pistol for concealed-carry, is now in stores everywhere. Read more
At long last, the Heckler & Koch G36 is coming to America — albeit in .22 LR. This Walther-licensed H&K rimfire replica is on its way to a store near you. Read more
New for 2015, Walther Arms introduces a .22-caliber replica of the HKG36 battle rifle at the Shooting Hunting Outdoor Trade Show. The gun is a new edition to the Walther tactical plinkers.
Accurate, reliable versatile and inexpensive, the Walther PPQ M2 22 is a modern Ruger MKII. It makes an ideal first gun or sound suppressor host. Read more
“I like your gun. Give it to me,” the suspect said as he lifted his shirt to reveal his own gun tucked in the waistband of his pants, before the victim handed his newly purchased Walther P22 over to him. Read more
I had not given Walther’s polymer products a second glance until I fired the new PPQ M2 at SHOT 2014. I have been missing out, the M2 fixes every issue I’ve ever had, not just with the P99 series, but all polymer handguns. Read more
If you’re a handgun hound, chances are you’ve set eyes on a whole line of imported European 9mm cop guns over the years. You know the ones, the Walther p1, SIG P6, HK P7 etcetera. But what you may not pay much mind to is that all of these guns get their ‘P’ designation from being adopted by the West German police back in the bad old days and, for students of history, that’s more than enough to raise an eyebrow at. Read more
The CZ-83, often looked down upon by Makarov purists, is a variable option for shooters with an eye for a Walther PPK, but not the funds. Read more