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    Default Walther Q5 match with some work done

    Just recently got my barrel back from being TiN coated. I was unsure how much I'd like the gold finish but it looks pretty stinking great! Also the pistol lower has been stippled and it made a huge improvement over stock. Running a trijicon rmr, Apex trigger, sprinco trigger spring kit and soon to have the guide rod and spring from them, Taylor freelance/Walther Magwell (it comes off for USPSA) and taran tactical +5 base plates. just wanted to show it off 😁
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    Default Re: Walther Q5 match with some work done

    Very nice. What kind of trigger is that? How does it feel?
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    Default Re: Walther Q5 match with some work done



    it's an apex trigger. how do you like it vs stock? I can't imagine changing the trigger on a q5

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    Default Re: Walther Q5 match with some work done

    Quote Originally Posted by mixednuts View Post


    it's an apex trigger. how do you like it vs stock? I can't imagine changing the trigger on a q5
    Quote Originally Posted by Daycrawler View Post
    Very nice. What kind of trigger is that? How does it feel?
    Like mixednuts said, its an Apex. The stock trigger is very nice, I still run the stock trigger on my ccw, a Q4 Tac (the Q5 has the same trigger as the ppq, its just blue). The Apex trigger greatly reduces the take up pull length of the stock trigger, which is pretty long. The Apex didnt really reduce the pull weight, then I installed the Sprinco spring kit, that brought it down to a sub- 3lb. pull weight

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