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Walther PPX M1 No. 2790025 9mm Luger, $450 (Grade: B-)

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This is an above-average product with some limitations. It's big, it lacks the interchangeable backstraps of the PPQ, which can limit fit, and we'd like better sights. But the trigger was super, and there aren't many better guns out there for the price.

Walther PPX M1 No. 2790025 9mm Luger, $450 (Grade: B-)

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The PPX is a full-size polymer pistol made by Carl Walther in Germany, and imported by the Walther Arms affiliate in Fort Smith, Arkansas.
Disassembly was uber-easy. With an empty gun and the magazine out, lock the slide back. Press the takedown catch fully downward. Gently move the slide forward and remove the slide from the frame.
Internally, the Walther looked well finished.
The barrel had a 360-degree chamfer that may lead to better feed function.
Here is a representative double-tap target at 7 yards prior to drifting for windage.

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