Walther Arms PPQ .22

posted on January 13, 2014

Based on the popular PPQ, Walther's PPQ M2 has established itself as one of the company's most successful handguns. Now Walther fans will have the opportunity to own a PPQ chambered in .22LR.

The new PPQ .22 will be available with either a four- or five-inch barrel and will be shipped with a 12-round magazine. It has the potential to serve as a very effective training pistol for anyone that already owns its "big brothers," which are chambered in 9 mm and .40 S&W, respectively.

Learn more about the PPQ .22 in the video below, hosted by Sheriff Jim Wilson.

For more information, go to WaltherArms.com.



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