The Walther PPS M2 builds on the legacy of the
original PPS, delivering a concealed-carry
pistol that is still slim, light, and
comfortable while incorporating several
improvements. Whereas the “classic” or M1
version took its ergonomic cues from the P99,
the M2 follows the lead of the full-size PPQ. The new pistol also
replaces the paddle-style magazine release with
a push-button release.
shoots the Walther PPS M2.
Other features remain intact. Still included are
an integrated trigger safety, a firing-pin
safety, a chamber inspection port, and a visual
cocking indicator. The pistol also retains the
Glock-style tabbed take-down system.
This pistol includes one full-length seven-round
magazine and one flush-fitting six-round
magazine. Additional eight-round magazines are
available at $35 each.