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Walther PPQ M2 Pellet Pistol

Available in .177, CO2 Pistol with Blowback Action
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  • Code: AGD-514110288 · $114.99 · .177 · 380 fps
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Walther PPQ M2 Features

  • 20 Shot, Belt Fed Magazine Design
  • Drop Free CO2 Magazine
  • Blowback Action
  • Authentic Look & Feel
  • Fixed Front Sight with Fast Acquisition Dot
  • Adjustable rear sight for elevation
  • Rifled Barrel
  • Integrated Hex Tool in the Removable Backstrap
  • Manual and Trigger Safeties
  • Full Metal Slide
  • Polymer Frame
  • Powered by one 12g CO2 capsule housed in the magazine
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Specs
  • ManufacturerWalther
  • Caliber .177
  • Velocity 380 fps
  • Condition New
  • Ammo Type Pellets
  • Action Semiautomatic
  • Barrel Style Rifled
  • Fire Mode Repeater
  • Gun Weight 1.40
  • Loudness 3-Medium
  • Magazine Capacity 20
  • Mechanism CO2
  • Rail No
  • Safety Manual
  • Front Sights Blade
  • Rear Sights Adjustable for elevation
  • Shots per Fill 0
  • Trigger Adjustability 0
  • Trigger Action 0
  • Use Plinking/Fun
  • Warranty 90-day limited warranty
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Reviews
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4.53 Reviews
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4.0
By EvanJune 26, 2022 Verified Purchase

It feels nice to hold, like the 20 rd mag, but it feels so stiff and clunky when shooting. I feel like it's going to break overtime and that's coming from someone who babies these things. I have the Walther CP99 and though its not blowback-which is why I wanted to try PPQ-Its 10 times smoother.

Pros
Weight feels nice. 20 round mag is great

Cons
Trigger feels stiff and clunky

4.0
By JamesUSANovember 27, 2021

Pros
Very realistic and well built. The magazine is all metal. The 20 round belt is nice. The adjustable rear site is nice. The information on line says it is adjustable for elevation. but the booklet says it is adjustable for windage. The sites were dead on out of the box so I didn't check this out. This is a great value for the price.

Cons
Loading the pellets takes some time but not bad. The biggest problem I have had is 3 to 4 times out of 20 shots the gun does not fire when the trigger is pulled. The trigger safety may be to blame. The next trigger pull usually fires. I have put 160 rounds through the pistol and the problem persists.

5.0
By JoseUSANovember 21, 2021

when it's broken in it goes well beyond 420 fps. it's almost has the same Power as the PX4 Storm with 7.0 gr. Pellets,

Pros
Weighty

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James- yes, I suspect the mag's belt to be the culprit. I have two mags and both will stutter and skip. I'm hoping someone comes up with a lube or other fix for this - the belt is just not slippery enough, plus it's sorta elastic, so the notching movement fails to advance the pellet properly. I'm guessing, but I'm seeing the same problem. I'm hoping to get one of the new Glock 17 gen 5 pellet guns to see if that mag is any different.

asked Wade from USA

Can it be field striped ...?

asked Claudio P. from USA

No.

Wade from USA

What is the acceptable maximum pellet length?

asked Mig from USA

It looks like the co2 cartridge is ejected with the mag. How does this work? I'm hoping you don't need a new co2 every 20 rounds.

asked norman from USA

The CO2 is installed in the mag- and stays there during re-loading. You will need a new cartridge every 50-60 shots, though, due to the blowback.

Wade from USA

Some guns are very particular as to what type of pellets they shoot. Are there any pellets NOT recommended for this gun?

asked norman from USA

Since this has a belt, any pellet longer than the belt's width will jam the movement, but very few pellets are that long. Standard diabolo and wadcutters will all be fine.

Wade from USA

Will you have extra mags available?

asked norman from USA

Any idea when this piececwill be available. I would love to shoot it indoors as my 9mm PPQ is a bit noisy for that !! Cheers Eric

asked Eric from USA

When is this pistol available ?

asked Eric from USA

Has any one purchased this pistol yet? & if so is it really a blow back pistol? Because BB pistols are great but the pellet pistols are better for pest control to me at least, I'm looking for a great pellet pistol with blow back, it's rear to find one.

asked TODD from USA

yes, it is blowback and looks just like the real thing (besides the barrel diameter)

George from USA

Yes The ppq m2 is blow back just make sure its the m2

Jason from USA

Can I get an alert when this hits the counter?

asked Jeff from USA

Click to get email when it's in stock!

Mark from USA

Does it come with pellets and gaz

asked Ali from Canada

No

Mark from USA
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