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    I am considering a Walther PPQ for my primary carry pistol. I own several pistols, some smaller, some larger. I have heard good things, and have seen great reviews on the PPQ, but I wanted to know what you all thought? I like it because it seems fully ambidextrous(Im a southpaw), and also because of the reliability of the Walther name. They being owned by Smith&Wesson doesnt hurt either.

    Thoughts anyone? also, which caliber should I consider? It comes in 9mm and 40, and im leaning towards the 40.
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    i just saw a review on it and they reviewer loved it, apparently it has a really nice trigger and a nice feel. Not a lot of accessories for it as it is still kind of new. Some of the P99 holsters fit and some of the newer mags work on it. All in all i have heard nothing but good things- i am thinking of getting one as well.

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    tdpark, i agree. the two features that are the most appealing are the ambidextrous controls, and the short trigger reset. you could probably empty a magazine in a couple seconds, and it would be accurate as all get out the whole time. which caliber would you do TD? Im leaning towards .40. the .40 cal and the 9mm are the same price.
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    I am leaning towards 9mm only because shooting 9mm is cheaper but i am going to look at both the 9mm and 40.

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    I like the ergonomics, the basic design and the price. The only thing I'm not crazy about is the mag disconnect, but if I was set on getting one, that wouldn't be a show-stopper.

    We can re-re-re-start the "9mm vs. .40 S&W" discussion or just admit that 9 is fine for punching cans and .40 is a serious personal defense caliber.
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