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The Walther Arms PPS is a compact semi-automatic handgun that offers a smooth trigger pull and signature ergonomics in a thin profile. Dubbed by the company as the pistol with perfect fit it features a non-slip grip for better control interchangeable backstraps for a customizable fit and three magazine options for concealment comfort and extra capacity. Additionally the PPS offers 3-dot sights and a corrosion-resistant Tenifer-coated slide and barrel.
Caliber .40 SW - Finish Color Tenifer Black - Barrel Length 3.2 - Trigger Pull 6.1 lbs - Trigger Travel 0.2 - Capacity 6 Rds - Overall Length 6.3 - Height 4.9 - Width 1 - Safety 3 Auto - Weight (mag empty) 21.1 oz
VERY NICE PRE-OWNED WALTHER PPS .40 WITH ORIGINAL BOX AND 2 MAGAZINESVERY NICE PRE-OWNED WALTHER PPS .40 WITH ORIGINAL BOX AND 2 MAGAZINES. THERE ARE NO BLEMISHES AND THE BORE IS LIKE NEW. We put all the information we have about these guns / items on the blue shop tags and the on-line listing. PRICES ARE FIRM, NO OFFERS ACCEPTED . Not interested in trades. We do not offer layaway. We reserve the right to sell this item in our store or on other auctions at any time. Please be certain that you want this item as all sales are final. Used guns and parts almost always have some small degree of imperfection visually, and we do not have the ability to test fire, so we are never 100% certain of the functionality. No warranty is stated or implied.
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WARNING! This product contains chemicals known to the state of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information: www.p65warnings.ca.gov
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