The Walther PPS “Classic” was one of the first polymer framed, striker fired, single stack 9mm/.40 pistols. Since then, this firearms market has exploded.
After being thrown on the couch, the man was beaten by the suspect until he reached between the cushions where he kept a 9 mm and shot him in the stomach.
Hickok45 recreates the days of the Greatest Generation and goes back to 1945 to test the standard German and American sidearms of WWII.
From the double-barreled Glock to left-handed shotgun shells and the Army’s new teleportation program (while they adopt the Canik TP40AF for a new handgun) April Fools came to hit the gun world again.
Introduced in 1997’s James Bond installment “Tomorrow Never Dies,” the Walther P99 is a part of 007s legacy but won me over with its quality workmanship.
Beyond the fact that it’s one of the coolest looking guns in history, here are five perfectly valid reasons why the PPK/S’s time isn’t up quite yet for EDC.
Walther is announcing a new version of their PPQ M2 chambered for .45 ACP. The first batch is expected to hit stores October and it may sell out entirely.
Michael Ryan is charged with removing serial numbers off firearms, making false statements to licensed gun dealers, and exporting firearms overseas.
Walther’s bringing back a favorite, the original PPQ M1 Classic, with the fully-ambidextrous paddle-style magazine release for true ambidextrous controls.
Walther Arms has just imported a short run of P99C AS pistols in 9mm and .40 S&W. These compact pistols for concealed-carry are ambidextrous and flexible.