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Walther PPQ M2 Navy SD 2796082 9mm Luger, $576 (Grade: B 2015)

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The Walther PPQ was reliable, and it seems well made. The sights are OK, but we prefer a dovetail installation. The trigger action was good, with a rapid reset. The magazine release was too light, we felt, for a defensive handgun. The sights were not well regulated for 115-grain ammunition.

Walther PPQ M2 Navy SD 2796082 9mm Luger, $576 (Grade: B 2015)

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This version featured a threaded barrel for easy addition of a suppressor.
The pistols were tested with combat lights. The Viridian light worked well with the Walther.
The PPQ had an adjustable sight the others lacked.
The Walther has a European look many find pleasing. Grip texture was adequate, we felt.
The mag- release button needed more tension on it, raters said.

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