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    Default Walther PPQ M1

    So I love my polymer 40 cal.

    Its a Walther PPQ M1

    Totally ambidextrous, light weight, sleek design.

    Last edited by H20wellman; January 14th, 2021 at 02:49 PM.

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    Default Re: Walther PPQ M1

    Couldn't agree more. The M1's paddle release is fantastic, especially me being a lefty.

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    Default Re: Walther PPQ M1

    Yep, my Walther PPQ M1 9mm is accurate, comfortable and has a great trigger. I've made the trigger even better with an Apex forward set trigger and trigger bar. I agree with your passion for the Walther PPQ and the paddle magazine release. Great handgun!

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    Default Re: Walther PPQ M1

    Quote Originally Posted by av8tr123 View Post
    Yep, my Walther PPQ M1 9mm is accurate, comfortable and has a great trigger. I've made the trigger even better with an Apex forward set trigger and trigger bar. I agree with your passion for the Walther PPQ and the paddle magazine release. Great handgun!
    Apex trigger is it easily replaceable? Would mine being a 40 cal, be a different one? and whats the cost? I'm interested also can you recommend a good set of sights and a laser light combo...?

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    Default Re: Walther PPQ M1

    Yes, the Apex trigger is simple (with the aid of the Youtube video) to install and offers varying methods to "tune" your preference for trigger pull. Not sure if the .40 is same as 9mm, check the website for applications. I like the factory sights, big and bright. I don't do weapon lights, they define your position and provide a great target for an adversary. I am not aware of any available grip laser, although a rail mounted laser can be mounted (I just don't like things hanging-off/on to my handgun). Enjoy your Walther.

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    Default Re: Walther PPQ M1

    I'll have to look into the Apex trigger. The PPQ trigger is better than Glock but could use some work.

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