Walther PPQ M2 .22lr ~ Full Size Plinker/Trainer
The Walther PPQ 22lr is 1:1 size ratio rimfire version of the “Police Pistol Quick Defence” centerfire pistol. This is the 5″ barreled model and it is great for practicing for steel challenge or just plinking or even self defense drills.
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