Preview: Walther PDP Pro SD Compact

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posted on March 24, 2024
Walther PDP Pro SD Compact

Walther has put its superb Performance Duty Pistol (PDP) platform through countless iterations since the gun replaced the PPQ as the company’s flagship back in 2021—including a substantial overhaul to create the woman-friendly F-Series—but none are more feature-packed than the PDP Pro SD.

Available in both full-size and compact (shown) models, the Pro SDs ship from the Ulm factory with threaded barrels for use with a suppressor or other muzzle device, butter-smooth upgraded Dynamic Performance Triggers, optic-cut slides and extended aluminum magazine wells to go with the three included 18-round magazines.

Also still present are all the PDP’s top-notch ergonomic touches, including its ambidextrous controls, SuperTerrain slide serrations, hexagonal grip texturing and interchangeable backstrap system.

MSRP is $849. For more information, visit waltherarms.com.

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