If you’ve handled the full-size Walther PPQ, you know about its sweet trigger and short reset. After handling the new PPQ SC (subcompact) at this year’s Range Day, I can say it didn’t disappoint when compared to the full-size.
The flush-fitting magazine has a 10-round capacity and the extended mag holds 15 rounds and offers a longer grip for those with larger hands. This allows you to carry the pistol concealed with the flush magazine loaded for a smaller overall profile and the larger 15-round magazine as a backup magazine.
I expect this to be a popular option for concealed carry with an overall length of 5.4″ and in increased magazine capacity! MSRP: $649