New for 2019: Walther Arms PPQ Q4 TAC M1 & Q5 Match M1

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posted on April 11, 2019
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With the release of PPQ Q4 Tac M1 and Q5 Match M1, the full-featured Walther Arms PPQ series just got a few more features. The Q4 TAC already comes with an optics ready slide that can mount can mount a variety of red-dot optics, built-in LPA competition iron sights, but now, the PPQ Q4 Tac M1 and Q5 Match M1 offer fully ambidextrous controls.

“The M1 variants of Walther products have a great following in the US. We received a lot requests for us to make our optic ready platforms with the paddle magazine release. We listen to our customers and we are excited to expand the PPQ lineup with these two new variants.” said Cody Osborn, marketing manager of Walther Arms USA.

The paddle-style magazine release on both the PQ Q4 Tac M1 and Q5 Match M1, combined with the extended ambidextrous slide release lever common to both pistols, making them equally easy to use for both right and left-handed shooters. The the Q4 TAC M1 features an optics ready slide which comes with mounting plates for a variety of red dot optics. In addition,  the PPQ TAC M1 has a threaded barrel, fiber optic front sights and LPA competition rear sights.

The Q5 Match fM1 also has an optics ready slide that can mount either a Trijicon RMR, Leupold Delta Point, and Docter Optics red dot, with iron sight backups. The barrel and slide on the Q5 Match M1 is also ported for flatter shooting and quicker follow-ups, and both guns feature the PPQ’s signature ergonomic design and best-in-class triggers.

More information on the PPQ Q4 Tac M1 and Q5 Match M1 is available at waltherarms.com.

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