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Walther PPQ BB & Pellet Pistol

Available in .177
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  • Code: 2256010 · $64.99 · .177 · 360 fps
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Another version of the famous Walther P99 firearm, the PPQ (P99 Q) CO2 pistol is extremely realistic and a fun all-day shooter.

  • Uses 12-gram CO2 cartridge
  • Semi-auto
  • 8-shot rotary pellet mag (do not use pointed or domed pellets...they're too long & the gun will jam)
  • 8-shot rotary BB mag
  • Semi-auto
  • Open sights (adj. rear)
  • Accessory rail for laser or flashlight
  • Textured grip with finger grooves
  • Manual safety

The owner's manual incorrectly states how the BBs should be loaded. The correct way to load the magazines is from the side that does not have the ratchets.
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Specs
  • ManufacturerWalther
  • Caliber.177
  • Velocity360 fps
  • ConditionNew
  • Ammo TypePellets
  • ActionSemiautomatic
  • Barrel StyleRifled
  • Fire ModeRepeater
  • Gun Weight1.37
  • Overall Length7.00
  • Barrel Length3.90
  • Loudness3-Medium
  • Magazine Capacity0
  • MechanismCO2
  • RailNo
  • SafetyManual
  • Front SightsBlade & Ramp
  • Rear SightsAdjustable
  • Shots per Fill0
  • Trigger Adjustability0
  • Trigger ActionDouble-Action only
  • UsePlinking/Fun
  • Warranty90-day limited warranty
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Reviews
Average Customer Review
4.5
4.512 Reviews
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2.0
By PadraicUSAMay 4, 2019 Verified Purchase

The PPQ (I guess it has been changed to P99 Q now) has the looks and feel. The trigger, however, is ridiculously hard to pull. I don't know if it is just this particular gun, but with the pellet rotary magazine, it almost takes two fingers to pull. Not especially great for accuracy. I shot with 8 different mags and have the same results. I was hoping it would ease up after a few sessions, but hasn't done so yet. The bb mag seems to work better, but I want to shoot pellets only. Kinda disappointed.

Pros
Great looks, feels good, like a Walther should.

Cons
That trigger is the worst of any of my 30 pistols.

5.0
By ThomasUSAMay 9, 2018 Verified Purchase

great gun shoots well. I purchased this for holster training on my own property without having to use my 9mm. Having a lot of fun with this airpistol.

Pros
exact replica

Cons
wish it had a drop magazine to simulate reloading a 9mm.

5.0
By DanielUSAJune 18, 2016

When I received this it was grouping a bit all over the place at 10 yards. Not fun without consistency. High low left right. It was very pellet fussy. Different pellets changed things but with little improvement. After a dozen different pellet sizes and brands I did what I should have done and usually do with every gun before I even shoot it. I cleaned the barrel and lubed all the working parts with FP10, then checked the crown of the barrel with a magnifying glass and rotated a q-tip around to see if there were any sharp edges by showing some cotton left behind. I did find some but very little. I went ahead and re crowned it gently with a dremmel round ball.Then with a cotton swab, some mothers paste polish and a drill I polished the end of the barrel. After yet another thorough cleaning It is a much more predictable gun that is much less fussy about which pellets you use. Round head 7-9 gr seems best and the higher the quality pellet H&N/JSB the better the groups out to 15 yards. 2" groups with the occasional flier by me not the gun. About this gun, I really like the size, build quality, price and now accuracy. What more can you ask? A Refurbed Walther PPQ with 8 shot mag was a steal and I think it is well worth the regular $65 price compared to other guns so far as quality and realism are taken into account. As far as the trigger pull I do find it heavy but in no way the heaviest I've had and it doesn't affect my accuracy, maybe it was the lubing. For those complaining about it, Man up or buy the CP99 For $60 more Refurb or $110 more for new or the great value equally as nice M&P S&W For the same price as the PPQ with double and single action all with rifled pellet barrels all shoot around 360 fps all take the same 8 shot rotary Magazine. I'm no beginner, I've paid a lot for the Higher priced C02 pistols (Cp88 6", Colt 1911 A1, and the Magnum Research Desert Eagle. Although much better I'm starting to question if they're $100 to $200.00 better. That's a matter of opinion and in some ways yes but in many ways no. BTW watch AGD's Refurbs. They're the best prices I've found. Honestly! Price may sway my opinion but, I love this little gun.

Pros
Quality, Extreme Value, and now accuracy.

Cons
Well prepped and there are none.

3.0
By YiUSAOctober 19, 2015

The trigger is hard to pull. Other than that, it is a pretty gun.

5.0
By GregoryUSAAugust 30, 2015

This gun is very accurate and feels just like the real thing! It is very fun to shoot with the double action trigger pull it feels a lot like the Sig-P250!

Pros
Very accurate.

Cons
None!

4.0
By BrianUSAMay 29, 2015

Great gun other than trigger. Accuaracy is excellent with right pellet.

Pros
Price solid accurate

Cons
Tuff trigger

5.0
By JESSEUSAMay 6, 2015

Looks good, feels good, doesn't eat C02 fast, has good accuracy, overall a fun gun for the price.

5.0
By PatrickDenmarkFebruary 7, 2015

I love this gun so much, I can't put it down. Very accurate... Excellent weight, easy loading of pellet or bb clips, quick and easy loading of co2 capsules...... Brilliant gun..

Pros
Everything about it!

Cons
None

5.0
By Jason M.October 17, 2012

Once dialed in it shoots very accurately. I have shot the real 9mm PPQ and the feel is very similar if not identical. You have to get used to the trigger, it acts very much like the real PPQ. Which has the "Quick Defense Trigger" (thats what the Q stands for, as opposed to the P99). The initial squeeze must be performed, then as a secondary act the rest (say 10%) of the trigger is pulled to actually fire it. Only semi-real complaint is that the safety is on the right side of the gun. The real version doesn't actually have a safety, but still it would be nice cause a typical right hand user would use the right thumb on left side to deactivate/activate. Either way, really love this pistol.

Pros
Great pistol for the price, very realistic.

Cons
Wish the safety was on the left side of the gun.

5.0
By GeoffreyUSAFebruary 29, 2012

This is the best pistol i have shot. I like the feel and look of it, and it is good for plinking and target shooting. It is one of the best i have used

Pros
Everything except the trigger...

Cons
Hard to pull trigger and alitte less plastic would be nice too

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Does this gun have a slide lock?

asked mek

This is not a blowback pistol.

Sam from USA

Under description of this product, specs list as "Action: Single" which I believe to be incorrect, as this is a double-action only pistol to my knowledge. Is this correct?

asked Rick from USA

The one I own is double action.

Kevin from USA

The trigger pull is long and heavy making it feel like a DA trigger. But in essence it is single because there isn't a hammer, so each pull after loading fires until the magazine is empty.

Dave

I lost my bb magazine. Is there a way I can get another one?

asked michael from USA

I don't see them listed for sale here, but yes, you can get them in a 3 pack. Here is a link http://www.pyramydair.com/s/a/Walther_PPQ_Air_Pistol_BB_Magazine_8_Rds_3ct/3573

Rick from USA

Hi, I am a novice in shooting. I want to purchase a air pistol and practice.. err.. i want to know, as this pistol works on CO2 mechanism, so do we need to refill its tank or whatever, or will it work fine ???

asked Shrenik

Shrenik, You will need 12g CO2 cylinders to operate this particular air pistol. Once the Co2 cylinder is depleted you simply replace it will a new one. Please let us know if you have any further questions. Sincerely, The Airgun Depot Customer Care Team

Scott from USA

Hi , I would appreciate if you can kindly advice what pellets does the pistol used. Is it the round steel pellet or the 250 x 235 type.I would like to order 2 units which uses the irregular shape pellets. Appreciate your reply. Beside can you kindly advise which model of pistol is the most powerful one. I need to place my order urgently because my brother would like to ship out my other purchase to me soonest possible.. Regards Richard

asked Richard Goh

It shoots BB's and pellets as long as they are .177 cal. I am not sure which pistols you want to compare. This pistol comes new or refurbished.

Scott from USA

what size pellets does it use

asked Ed

It shoots .177 cal pellets.

Scott from USA

can this pistol fire pointed pellets?

asked Jason

No. Short answer is that any pellet used in these magazines must fit snugly, and to ensure smooth rotation of the magazine be slightly recessed from the skirt side of the pellet, while not having the nose of the pellet protruding from the magazine. Most pointed pellets will not meet that criteria. Crosman destroyers typically work well for me, and the Crosman premier hollow points. Most pointed pellets are used for hunting, and this pistol really isn't suited for that, if you have a conscience.

Rick from USA

It is not recommended. This pistol will usually jam with pointed pellets.

Scott from USA

I'm looking for a gun to kill squirrels. Will this gun do it, or will it only stun the squirrels?

asked HAL KIRN

For the same money as this pistol, you could buy a Crosman 2100B rifle which has a velocity of 725 fps for pellet and add $20 for a red-dot sight, and would have a decent squirrel gun. This pistol MIGHT kill a squirrel with a PERFECT head shot at point blank range, but how often is that going to be your shot? Chances are you'd wound/maim more than you'd humanely dispatch. Until you can hit a 2" bullseye with regularity, I'd not suggest you take on the squirrel population though.

Rick from USA

Personally I think you'd be better off with a rifle. For a few dollars more you can get a decent rifle with a scope that fires 1000 FPS Check out the refurbished Ruger http://www.airgundepot.com/refurbished-ruger-airhawk-combo-with-4x32-scope.html

Robert from USA

If I purchased this gun, how exactly would I load both the bbs and the gas? Video answer appreciated! Also, if my friend was a resident of the United Kingdom, would he be eligible for the purchase of this gun? Luke

asked Luke

Luke, because of laws in the city in which you live, they cannot send you this pistol, and it is spelled out in their policies had you taken the time to read it. Here is the policy in question: Orders placed from the following areas will be refused due to the laws, restrictions and conditions of sale in your state or city: New York City and its boroughs, (ZIP Codes 100xx-104xx, 111xx, 112xx-114xx & 116xx), New Jersey (FFL required), Chicago, Michigan and Philadelphia PA and Washington, D.C.

Rick from USA

They are both explained well in the manual https://www.dropbox.com/s/z69cmuxb4l5p2kx/Walther-PPQ-Pistol-Manual.pdf

Robert from USA

does this come with extra mags, co2, or pellets

asked DJ

This gun comes with 1 mag, but no CO2 or pellets.

Scott from USA

can you shipped to indonesia?

asked Ivan Ruliff Sethiono

Hello, Our international customers are responsible for understanding and following the laws and regulations of the area they wish to ship to. We will not be responsible if the shipment is held by customs. If you do not find your country on the shipping list, it is possible we cannot currently ship there. If you have determined that the items you wish to buy are allowed to be shipped to as well as used in your area, you can simply place the order through our website, which will calculate shipping automatically.

Scott from USA

I live in Mexico where it's against the law for a foreigner or most nationals to own a gun but I've heard that an air gun is ok. My town has been up till now a very safe place but recently there has been a rash of burglaries and I was robbed about 6 months ago, while I was sleeping. I want to know if you think this is good alternative protection for a single woman who's had no experience with a gun before? I am also curious if I would get hassled at the airport for bringing one down in my checked luggage. I'm pissed off that these little bastards here have no fear and I'd like to be prepared to instill some in the event they try again. Thanks for any advice you can offer/

asked Bobbi

Our international customers are responsible for understanding and following the laws and regulations of the area they wish to ship to. We will not be responsible if the shipment is held by customs. If you have determined that the items you wish to buy are allowed to be shipped to as well as used in your area, you can simply place the order through our website, which will calculate shipping automatically.

Steve from USA
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