Walther Arm's first .45-cal. pistol comes equipped with the Carl Walther signature quick-defense trigger, traditional front and rear slide serrations, and fully ambidextrous controls.It also houses three separate safeties. A mil-spec Picatinny rail allows shooters to add accessories. With an overall length of 7.4” and a 12-round magazine capacity, it features a polygonal rifled 4.25” barrel—an upgrade from the traditional button rifling process. American Rifleman's Joseph Kurtenbach had a change to send some rounds downrange at the 2016 SHOT Show. Watch it above, and go to WaltherArms.com for more.