Walther’s new polymer-framed service pistols, the PPQ M2 and PPX, share a host of similarities, including weight, chambering (9mm and .40 S&W), double-action-only (DAO) design and their likeness to the Walther P99. However, subtler differences emerge on the range, with the PPQ M2 offering a short, light trigger and a hammerless striker-fired action, and the PPX offering a true hammer-fired action. Author Walt Rauch, who reviewed both Walthers said: “Both pistols are capable of great accuracy—they’re only limited by a shooter’s skill and the quality of ammunition.” To check out the full review of the Walther PPQ M2 & PPX, order the 2014 Handgun Buyer’s Guide at

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