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Walther PPQ Classic (M1) 9mm - How to Disassembly and Reassembly (Field Strip)

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.[5] 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[6] 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/

00:10 - Disassembly

01:33 - Reassembly

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