SHOT Show 2020: Walther CCP M2 in .380 ACP

Walther Arms continues to expand its collection of concealed-carry pistols, and one of the latest introductions in 2020 provides a personal-defense pistol that's even easier to shoot: the CCP M2 in .380 ACP.

Walther first rolled out its ergonomic CCP in 9 mm, and the gun offered consumers an easily racked slide, thanks to the unique gas-piston system that operated the semi-automatic action. The company built on this model with the rollout of its M2 variant, which eased disassembly of the gun and allowed owners to take their pistol down for maintenance without requiring tools.

This new-for-2020 variant of the CCP M2 is chambered for .380 ACP, which reduces the felt recoil experienced by the shooter while still offering a viable defensive pistol chambered for a popular centerfire cartridge.

For more information on the new Walther CCP M2 in .380 ACP, watch American Rifleman's First Look video above. Read our full review of this new Walther here.

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