How to Disassemble and Reassemble the Walther PPQ Classic (M1)
The Walther PPQ is not a true new design. It shares its engineering principles and main features with the Walther P99QA variant of the P99 pistol that was introduced in 2000. However, unlike the P99QA, which utilized a partially cocked striker (like a Glock), the PPQ utilizes a fully cocked striker. There were many other modifications made to the design that were not seen on the Walther P99QA, like the re-designed grip, trigger guard and slide with forward (big) serrations made their combined appearance in 2008 in the Walther P99 RAD, a P99 variant made in Poland and marketed as a military sidearm proposition and the Walther P99Q police pistol.
The Walther PPQ is a short recoil-operated locked breech semi-automatic pistol that uses a modified Browning cam-lock system adapted from the Hi-Power pistol. The PPQ has a glassfiber-reinforced polymer frame and steel slide assembly. It can be broken down into its main parts or field stripped with a take down catch without the need for tools.
Due to product evolution the PPQ maintains compatibility with both P99 sights and P99 second-generation magazines and other accessories.
The main innovation of the PPQ over the P99QA, P99 RAD and P99Q is its 'Quick Defense' trigger
Product page: https://waltherarms.com/ppq-m1/
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