Gun Report

Walther GSP .22 LR

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We liked the overall look and feel of the quality built into the GSP. It was very comfortable in the offhand position, and all who tried it liked it and shot it quite well offhand.

Walther GSP .22 LR

Gun Details

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Home Defense
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Frame Material
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Trigger Pull Single
Trigger Span Single

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This lever, on the left side of the pistol, permitted the barrel/bolt/slide unit to be removed from the frame. This is how one cleans the gun and also changes calibers.
Most of this pistol was made of aluminum. It was convertible from .22 LR to either .22 Short or .32 S&W.
The trigger was contoured, moved in and out, rotated, and was fully adjustable for first and second-stage pulls.
The GSP had an ejector fitted inside the gun and didn't depend on the magazine for that task. Also shown are the lever to lock the bolt open (bottom left), and the adjustment for takedown-lever tension (bottom right).

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