Low prices on the Walther PPQ M1 9mm start at Champion Firearms.
Elite Walther Striker Pistol. At first glance you would think the Walther P99 and PPQ are the same gun, but when you look closer you'll find what Walther calls the QDT, or “Quick Defense Trigger. This impressive trigger system provides a 1/10th inch reset on the PPQ. Another design change is that the PPQ frame is covered with what Walther calls its "Cross-Directional Textured Tactical Grip". The frame itself employs a nearly indestructible polymer which grabs your hand better than standard ridging and isn’t abrasive like the skateboard tape feel of many aggressive grip surfaces.
The Walther PPQ’s slide features flat-bottomed serrations that provide an outstanding gripping surface. The front of the frame has a tactical rail for mounting a light or laser. Unlike traditional American designs, the PPQ’s magazine release is a sizable ambidextrous lever on either side of the trigger guard. With a Walther PPQ you get the benefits of old-school and the digital age combined—computer-machining and hand-fitting. An interesting production protocol of the Walther PPQ is the slide, frame and barrel are not serial-numbered until after everything has gone together. The steel is so hard on the PPQ that it would rapidly destroy any marking dies, so the markings all have to be laser-cut.