SHOT Show 2018: Walther P22 QD Pistol

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posted on January 24, 2018
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New from Walther, the updated P22 QD offers the reliability of its predecessor while addressing the two main shortcomings of the original P22—an onerous takedown procedure and a decocker that required pulling the trigger on a chambered round. The company accomplished this by building a decocker into its frame-mounted manual safety mechanism and by redesigning the action to use a captured recoil spring. A semi-automatic pistol chambered in .22 Long Rifle, the P22 QD feeds from 10-round detachable box magazines, features interchangeable backstops, is available in several colors, and there’s even an SKU that comes paired with a laser sight from the factory. For more on the Walther P22 QD, visit waltherarms.com.

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