When it was introduced in 2014, the Walther CCP 9 mm semi-automatic pistol received high praise from users for its excellent ergonomics and shootability, which can be partly attributed to the CCP's trademark Softcoil gas-delayed blowback system. Ease of use and comfort aside, a common complaint about the CCP was a high level of difficulty in field stripping and cleaning. Walther's latest iteration of the Concealed Carry Pistol—the CCP M2—seems to have resolved that issue, having incorporated a tool-free takedown mechanism in the rear of the slide. Don't believe it? Check it out for yourself in this week's NRA Gun of the Week video hosted by Christopher Olsen.
Manufacturer:Walther Arms, Inc. Action:gas-delayed, blowback-operated semi-automatic pistol Caliber:9 mm Luger Barrel:3.54”, fixed Trigger: single-action, striker-fired, 5.5 lbs. pull Slide:steel Frame:polymer Finish:black Cerakote Sights:white three dot; drift-adjustable rear, fixed front Magazine:detachable box, eight-round capacity Weight:22.3 ozs. MSRP:$469