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Our offer includes 143 designs of Walther PPQ holsters with key features such as quick and easy draw and re-holstering. Wide range of carry positions and carry styles allow you to browse through many holster models with great retention and a covered trigger guard, either open top holsters or holsters with a thumb break. Our Walther PPQ holsters are designed to minimise gun print so your carry is only known to you, their slim profile and premium stitching are a key feature. Other than that, we have a large range of on-duty or off-duty holsters for your daily carry.
Our Walther PPQ holsters are available in many varieties, and carry styles covering everything a gun owner needs, including IWB, OWB, Cross Draw, Shoulder, Small Of Back, Light Bearing, Red Dot Sight, Appendix, Belly Band, Chest, Drop Leg, Duty, Light & Red Dot, Paddle, Other holster designs.
Walther PPQ holsters are custom made for this gun model for a perfect fit, smooth draw and re-holstering and allows you to carry your gun in comfortable and safe way. Browse our whole selection of Walther.Browse our whole selection of Walther Holsters.
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About Walther PPQ
The Walther company has been a name immediately recognized by many firearm enthusiasts worldwide for almost 130 years. From the P1 model to the PPK, P38, PPQ and currently the CCP, the Walther is a leader in firearms that last a lifetime.
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The Walther PPQ is a semi-automatic pistol manufactured by the German company Walther Arms. It’s a remarkable pistol that effortlessly blends performance, precision, and ergonomics, making it a standout choice for both professional shooters and enthusiasts.
The PPQ is 7.1 inches long, 5.3 inches high, and 1.3 inches wide. Additionally, the barrel is 4 inches long. The barrel design, along with the outstanding slide-to-frame fit, ensures exceptional accuracy and minimal recoil. The PPQ's excellent balance and weight distribution make it easy to control, even for shooters with smaller hands or limited experience. The gun weighs 24.5 oz with an empty magazine.
The PPQ's design and ergonomics are nothing short of exceptional. The grip is ergonomically contoured, providing a natural and comfortable fit in the hand. This not only enhances shooting accuracy but also ensures a firm and secure grip during rapid-fire scenarios.
In terms of performance, the PPQ shines. The pistol is available in various calibers, including 9mm and .40 S&W, catering to individual preferences and needs. The standard magazine capacity of the Walther PPQ varies depending on the model and caliber. Generally, it has a capacity of 15 rounds for the 9mm version and 11 rounds for the .40 S&W version. However, higher-capacity magazines are also available for certain models.
The Walther PPQ incorporates several safety features, including trigger safety, firing pin block, and drop safety. It does not have an external manual safety lever, but some models may offer an optional thumb-operated ambidextrous magazine release.
Furthermore, the PPQ features excellent sights, with options for standard three-dot sights or night sights for low-light shooting situations. The sight picture is clear and easy to acquire, enabling quick target acquisition and accurate shots. Additionally, the PPQ's accessory rail allows for the attachment of various accessories such as lights or lasers, enhancing its versatility and adaptability to different shooting requirements. When equipping your Walther PPQ with a tactical light or laser, remember to select our Walther PPQ light-bearing holster for optimal compatibility and functionality.
The Walther PPQ can be a suitable option for concealed carry if you pair it up with the right Walther PPQ concealed carry holster. To get the maximum out of Walther PPQ conceal carry potential, it’s recommended to carry the pistol inside the PPQ IWB holster or Walther PPQ appendix style holster. For open carry, you can choose a high-quality Walther PPQ outside-the-waistband holster which provides easy concealment too.
The Walther PPQ is a remarkable firearm that excels in every aspect, from its exceptional ergonomics and trigger system to its remarkable accuracy and reliability. Whether you are a professional shooter, a concealed carry permit holder, or simply a firearm enthusiast, the Walther PPQ is a top-tier choice that guarantees an exceptional shooting experience.
If you're looking to gather more information about the unique features and capabilities of the Walther PPQ before making a purchase, there are several resources available to you. You can visit the official Walther PPQ website, which offers detailed information about the firearm. Additionally, Wikipedia provides comprehensive information about Walther firearms. If you're interested in engaging in discussions and connecting with other owners and enthusiasts of Walther firearms, the WaltherForums is an excellent platform to consider.
WHAT DOES WALTHER PPQ STAND FOR?
The abbreviation "PPQ" stands for "Polizei Pistole Quick Defense" in German, which translates to "Police Pistol Quick Defense" in English.
WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN WALTHER PPQ AND WALTHER PPQ M2?
The Walther PPQ and Walther PPQ M2 are often used interchangeably, as the M2 designation refers to the second generation of the Walther PPQ. One notable difference between the Walther PPQ and PPQ M2 is the magazine release mechanism. The original PPQ had a paddle-style magazine release located at the trigger guard, similar to other Walther models like the P99. In contrast, the PPQ M2 features a more traditional push-button magazine release, which is located on the left side of the frame, behind the trigger guard. The grip texturing on the Walther PPQ and PPQ M2 also differs. The original PPQ had a unique grip pattern called the "Walther Signature" grip, featuring small raised dots. The PPQ M2, on the other hand, has a more aggressive grip texturing with larger and more pronounced stippling.
IS WALTHER PPQ GOOD FOR CONCEALED CARRY?
The Walther PPQ can be a suitable option for concealed carry, depending on personal preferences, body type, and carry style. The Walther PPQ is known for its excellent ergonomics, featuring a comfortable grip and intuitive controls. This can contribute to a positive concealed carry experience, as a well-fitting and comfortable firearm is easier to conceal and carry for extended periods. Before selecting the Walther PPQ for concealed carry, it's essential to ensure that there are suitable holsters available that accommodate your specific model and carry style. A well-designed Walther PPQ concealed carry holster that securely retains the firearm and offers proper concealment and comfort is crucial for successful concealed carry.
WHAT IS THE BEST WALTHER PPQ HOLSTER IWB?
If you decide to conceal carry your gun, then a Walther PPQ IWB holster is the top choice. You should consider this Walther PPQ IWB holster with steel clip which features a steel-reinforced thumb break attached to the holster’s top. If you’re looking for a quick draw, then this Walther PPQ Tuckable IWB holster is supreme for you. The holster's open-top design delivers easy access and a very quick draw.
WHAT IS THE BEST WALTHER PPQ HOLSTER WITH LIGHT?
Thanks to the accessory rail, you can attach different lights to your PPQ in order to increase its adaptability to different shooting environments. However, don’t forget to get a custom Walther PPQ light-bearing holster. One of the bestsellers is this Walther PPQ OWB holster with light. The holster is designed for the strong side, OWB carry and it comes with a forward-leaning cant, which secures convenient draw angle. The holster also features a thumb break strap, which increases its retention and safety.
WALTHER PPQ FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
HOW MUCH DOES WALTHER PPQ COST?
The Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price for the Walther PPQ can vary depending on the specific model, features, and location. The starting MSRP for a standard Walther PPQ is typically around 600 USD.
WHERE IS WALTHER PPQ MADE?
The Walther PPQ is manufactured by Walther Arms, a company based in Germany. However, some Walther firearms, including certain models of the PPQ, are also produced under license by other manufacturers in different countries.
WHAT IS THE BARREL LENGTH OF WALTHER PPQ?
The Walther PPQ is 7.1 inches long and it features a 4-inch long barrel.
WHAT IS THE CALIBER AND CAPACITY OF WALTHER PPQ?
The Walther PPQ is primarily chambered in 9mm Parabellum (9x19mm), which is a popular and widely available ammunition caliber. However, there are also models available chambered in .40 S&W (Smith & Wesson) caliber, which is known for its heavier recoil but larger bullet diameter. The standard magazine capacity of the Walther PPQ can vary depending on the model, caliber, and regional restrictions. Typically, the 9mm versions of the PPQ have a magazine capacity of 15 rounds. For the .40 S&W versions, the magazine capacity is generally 11 rounds.
IS WALTHER PPQ BETTER THAN GLOCK 19?
Both firearms are highly regarded firearms. The Walther PPQ is often praised for its excellent ergonomics, with a comfortable grip and intuitive controls. It’s also well-known for its outstanding trigger system, with a short take-up, light pull, and crisp break. The Glock 19 has an extensive aftermarket support network, with a wide range of accessories, upgrades, and customization options available. Ultimately, the choice between the Walther PPQ and Glock 19 depends on personal preferences, intended use, and shooting requirements. It’s worth checking out the Top 5 reads before you buy Glock 19 review. If you decide for this one, pair it up with a glove-like fitting Glock 19 holster.
WILL A WALTHER PPQ HOLSTER FIT WALTHER PDP?
The compatibility of a Walther PPQ holster with the Walther PDP may vary depending on the specific holster design and model. While there are similarities in the overall shape and dimensions of the PPQ and PDP, there can be differences in the slide profile, trigger guard shape, and overall frame dimensions between the two models. It is always recommended to use a specifically designed and marketed Walther PDP holster for this model to ensure a proper fit, retention, and secure carry. Using a holster designed for a different model may result in an improper fit, compromising safety and accessibility.
WHAT ARE THE BEST WALTHER PPQ UPGRADES?
Enhancing the performance of your Walther PPQ is made possible through a wide range of upgrades and aftermarket accessories. Popular choices for Walther PPQ upgrades include extended magazines, red dot sights, lights, lasers, and custom-made Walther PPQ leather holsters. These additions can significantly elevate your shooting experience.
HOW TO BREAK-IN A WALTHER PPQ HOLSTER?
If you are using a holster that is specifically designed for the Walther PPQ, you may not encounter the need for a break-in period. However, if you find that your new holster feels slightly snug, our guide on breaking in a Walther PPQ holster can be of assistance. By following the provided instructions, you can achieve a comfortable and secure fit for your Walther PPQ in the holster.
WALTHER PPQ PROS AND CONS
Benefits of Walther PPQ:
Generous magazine capacity
Walther PPQ problems:
Lack of an aggressive grip texture
WALTHER PPQ SPECS
Gun type - semi-automatic pistol
Production year - 2011
Barrel size - 4″
Overall size - 7.1″
Gun Width - 1.3″
Gun Height - 5.3″
Caliber - 9MM
Magazine - 15 rounds, double-stack
Firing mechanism - striker-fired
Action - recoil operated semi-automatic
Material - polymer
Sights - 3-dot adjustable
Use - self-defense, home-defense, competitive shooting, duty use
What makes a great Walther PPQ Holster?A perfect Walther PPQ holster holds your firearm without the need of a retention strap. The natural retention of each material takes care of it and you can even hold the scabbard upside down without the firearm falling off. Or you can rely on the retention strap which can have several levels of retention. Another treat of a great PPQ gunholster are smooth edges on the outside. This way the holster stays protected from abrasions, scratches or any other intrusive surfaces that it may stumble upon. A perfect finish of a holster is another feature. A Walther PPQ holster keeps dust, moisture and water away. Taking care of your holster is an important thing and there are many options including break-in or adjustment. Walther PPQ holsters can come in a large variety of materials and carry styles that will allow you an easy draw and re-holstering while being comfortable at all times. We offer Leather, Nylon, Kydex Walther PPQ holsters. You can choose between IWB, OWB, Cross Draw, Shoulder, Small Of Back, Light Bearing, Red Dot Sight, Appendix, Belly Band, Chest, Drop Leg, Duty, Light & Red Dot, Paddle, Other holster designs for Walther PPQ.
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Choose the right accessories below that will enhance your carry. Don't forget that a proper magazine pouch, a belt or a concealed carry bag are always good choices.
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