Walther PPS semi automatic handgun
.40 S&W caliber
6 +1 capacity
Internal striker safety
Striker fire action, pre-cocked
Quick Safe backstrap
Black polymer grips
Small and large backstraps
Ambidextrous magazine release
Loaded chamber and cocking indicators
Tenifer, corrosion resistant slide, barrel, trigger bar, and take down lever
6.3" overall length
5.4" sight radius
6.1 pounds trigger pull
Weighs 20.8 ounces unloaded
Walther PPS is short recoil operated, locked breech pistol that uses modified Browning type locking with tilting barrel. Frame of the gun is made from impact resistant polymer. Trigger is of double action only type, striker fired, with pre-cocked striker system, similar to QA system used in Walther P99 pistols. This system requires a manual recocking (by partial slide retraction) in the case of misfire. Gun is fitted with automated trigger safety and firing pin block; additional "storage type" safety is provided by removable backstrap of the grip; once backstrap is removed, the firing pin is automatically decocked and gun is blocked until the backstrap is reinstalled. This patented system is called QuickSafe by Walther. Sights are low profile, with rear sight adjustable for windage.
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