Walther Arms PPS M2 LE Edition 9mm Pistol – Blue/Black, 3.18″ Barrel, 8+1 Rounds, Polymer Grips, 3-Dot Sights
The Walther PPS M2 LE is a slim, striker fired 9mm DAO semi-auto perfectly suited for concealed carry. It features a polymer frame, a 3.2-inch barrel, phosphoric night sights, and Walther signature ergonomics. The PPS M2 LE comes standard with 3 magazines (6, 7, & 8 rd), a cocking indicator, a durable Tenifer coating, front & rear cocking serrations, and an extended slide stop.
- Weight: 21.1 oz.
- # of Mags: 3
- Overall Length: 6.3″
German firearms manufacturer Walther (Carl Walther) Firearms originally offered this pistol in 1931. During World War II, the gun served in the German Police and Luftwaffe on an active basis, and it remained a military-issue weapon until 1992. Smith & Wesson of Alexandria, Virginia, received a maker’s license from Walther in 2002 to handle domestic distribution. In actuality, the PPK is a tiny bit smaller than the PP. Other well-known weapons, most notably the Makarov and the Bersa Thunder 380, have drawn inspiration from the PPK. Naturally, the fact that James Bond used one in several of the now-famous “James Bond 007” films did not diminish its appeal.
There are numerous calibers available for it, including (in order of popularity) 32,.380,.22, 9X18mm, and.25. Over 5 million have been created thus far.
When referred to as a desirable concealed carry weapon, the Walther PPK.380, like any other icon that has been with the industry for this long, becomes a cultural symbol. Before carrying became widespread and required, this handgun had already staked its claim to that distinction in the firearms business. It has a sophisticated design and has undergone meticulous engineering to give the market a statement of quality and refinement. The Walter PPK is a conceal carry semi-automatic pistol that can hold up to 7+1 rounds of.380 auto ammo.