New for 2019: Walther Arms PPQ M2 Coyote Tan

posted on October 2, 2019

Now available in full Coyote Tan finish, this new-for-2019 model of the Walther Arms PPQ M2 is an attractive update to a workhorse pistol built right for personal defense, competition use and concealed carry. Both slide and frame are Cerakote Coyote Tan while the trigger, mag release, slide release barrel, and backstrap remain black. The new PPQ M2 Coyote Tan is available in limited quantities, giving fans of this finish option a chance to round out their collection with a unique model.

Each Walther PPQ M2 is designed with comfort in mind, advancing both efficiency and ergonomics for self-defense handguns through the unique ergonomics of this platform, as well as through an enhanced trigger that gives shooters greater control. The short travel and quick audible reset of the trigger helps with accuracy and fast, accurate follow-up shots. The PPQ M2 is enhanced with a smooth pre-cocked trigger that has a consistent trigger pull of 5.6 pounds for greater control and accuracy. 

The interchangeable backstraps on the PPQ M2 allow you to tune your grip, giving you a perfect, straight-back trigger pull. This adjustability also provides access to the magazine and slide releases without shifting your hand. Designed for right and left-handed shooters, the PPQ M2 features an ambidextrous slide stop and reversible button-style magazine release.

Walther PPQ M2 Coyote Tan Specifications 

Caliber: 9mm
Barrel Length: 4 inches
Trigger Pull: 5.6 pounds
Trigger Travel: 0.4 inches
Capacity: 15 rounds
Overall Length: 7.1 inches
Slide and Frame Finish: Cerakote Coyote Tan
Height: 5.3 inches
Width: 1.3 inches
Weight Empty: 24.5 ounces
Magazines Included: Two
Front and Sights: Polymer White Dot

MSRP on the Coyote Tan Walter PPQ is $699, and more information is available at


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