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Sport shooters' dream: Walther Q5 Match
With its 5-inch slide the PPQ M2 unmistakably showed that it was made for sport shooters, and it proved itself in many competitions. In addition to the longer sight radius it offered shooters excellent balance and trigger characteristics that were unequalled by any pistol in its class. Now the new large-caliber WALTHER Q5 Match goes a step further.
Its sportier slide sets it apart from the standard PPQ M2 5". The grooves at the rear facilitate rapid but safe loading. Recesses at the front save weight and let the slide move forward more quickly. The Q5 Match is supplied with three interchangeable adapter plates for red-dot sights from Trijicon, Leupold and Docter/Meopta. The neutral adapter plate holds an LPA click sight with elevation and windage adjustments, and the matching LPA front sight additionally has a fiber-optic insert (please note: these components have a different dovetail mount and do not fit the standard PPQ models).
The Q5 Match can be instantly recognized by its trigger: The blue trigger blade (not available as an accessory!) and the trigger bar with blue AFC coating provide a better trigger characteristic. The pistol comes with three 15-round magazines for competition plus an Allen key for changing the adapter plates.
-DocterSigt /Burris (or similar)
Comes without the RedDot shown
WGR = KP9
Founded in 1886 in Zella-Mehlis, Thuringia, the Carl Walther company today is known for large-caliber pistols used by police and other law enforcement authorities. Additionally, it makes high-quality sporting weapons. In both of these areas it can look back on a tradition of excellent gunmaking going back now 130 years. Legendary handguns bearing the famous WALTHER ribbon logo include the Walther PPK (favored by Agent 007 James Bond), the P.38/P1 pistol of the German army and the well-known P99 and PPQ, all of which have large fan communities throughout the world.