Walther Introduces the New WMP SD .22 WMR

Back in 2022, Walther introduced the .22 WMR chambered Walther Magnum Pistol - the WMP. With a 15-round capacity it made a handy plinking and training pistol with the added bonus of some extra umph from the .22 WMR chambering. Now Walther have introduced a variant of the pistol with a factory threaded barrel - making it a prime candidate for your .22 suppressor.

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NEW Walther PDP Pro-ACRO: LE Proven, Now Available for Civilians

The Walther PDP Pro-ACRO used to be a pistol that was relegated to law enforcement only, but now it has been released to the public for consumer sales so we all can enjoy this duty-proven pistol. People like to throw around the buzzword “Glock killer” within the firearms industry, and if there ever was such a pistol, this could be it.

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Walther Reintroduces .32 ACP PPK and PPK/s Models

Walther is bringing back a classic pistol option not seen in many years. While most American shooters think of the PPK as a .380 ACP, that was not the original chambering. The .32 ACP PPK was the first model, and Walther is making it again. 

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Pennsylvania State Police Opt For Walther PDP With Micro Dot

The Pennsylvania State Police have announced their new duty pistol. Going forward, the state law enforcement body will use the Walther PDP platform, and each new pistol will be set up to mount a red dot sight.

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Changing Tastes In Firearms- How Have Your Tastes For Pistols Changed?

As a child, there were several foods and dishes that loathed, and getting me to eat said food usually took the threat of a spanking if I didn’t. Since then, however, I’ve grown to love some of those foods which, now I can’t imagine not being part of my diet. I’ve found the same phenomenon is true when it comes to firearms. This will be a short series on how our changing tastes in firearms have influenced our gun collections. We’ll focus this article on our changing tastes in pistols, so make sure you join in on the comment section and tell us how your pistol collection started, and where it’s going.

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Walther Releases PDP Match Steel Frame

Walther has a new competition model. The new PDP Match Steel Frame builds on the existing Match polymer frame model but adds a steel frame (hence the name). Let’s see what other features it has.

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NEW Walther PD380 Hammer-Fired DA/SA Pistol

Walther Arms have added another semi-auto pistol to their catalog of defensive products. The new Walther PD380 is a polymer-framed hammer-fired pistol chambered in .380 Auto with a DA/SA (double-action/singe-action) trigger and slide-mounted manual safety/decocker. The pistol is marketed as a concealed carry handgun that embodies the perfect fusion of power and ease of use. Let’s take a closer look at the features of the new Walther PD380 pistol.

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Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services Adopts Walther PDP

Walther’s PDP is the new duty handgun for the  Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services (FDACS). FDACS will use both the full-size and compact versions depending on the needs of the officer.

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Say Goodbye to the Walther P99

The venerable Walther P99 is being retired at 26 years of service, and Walther is paying tribute with a “Final Edition'” of the pistol. The Final Edition P99 is a generation 3 P99 with the Anti-stress trigger, and an OD green grip frame reminiscent of the original 1st generation P99. These will be available for a limited time with a commemorative case and medallion, and then… never again…

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The Rimfire Report: Walther WMP 22WMR Pistol Review

Hello and welcome back to another edition of The Rimfire Report! This ongoing series is all about the rimfire firearm world and its various firearms, ammunition, and sports! Last week, we talked about the reliability or unreliability of rimfire cartridges. While there was a lot of disagreement over just how reliable .22LR was on its own, most of you agreed that more premium ammo tended to be more reliable including hotter offerings like .17HMR, .17HM2, and of course, .22WMR. Walther recently released the new WMP (Walther Magnum Pistol) chambered in .22WMR and today on The Rimfire Report we’ll be taking a closer look at it to assess how this newest addition to the rimfire market functions and feels.

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[NRAAM 2022] Hands On – Walther WMP Pistol

Featured on TFB before, NRAAM 2022 was our first chance to get a hands-on look at the new Walther WMP pistol.  Chambered in .22 WMR, this full-size pistol comes feature-loaded right out of the box.  I had a chance to sit down with Walther at NRAAM 2022 and go over some of the features of this new pistol.

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NEW Walther WMP: Walther Magnum Pistol

In this episode of TFB Showtime, Hop visits the Walther booth at NRAAM 2022 to check out the new WMP: Walther Magnum Pistol. This new semi-automatic .22 Magnum pistol is optics ready, has a 15 round standard magazine capacity, and no less than four magazine releases!

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Introducing the WMP – Walther Magnum Pistol in .22WMR

Outside of revolvers and maybe two semi-auto options that I can think of off the top of my head, there really isn’t a great variety of .22WMR handguns currently on the market. However, today we’re seeing one more option with the introduction of the WMP or Walther Magnum Pistol chambered in the spicy .22WMR rimfire cartridge. The WMP will hit the market as an optics-ready, ambidextrous, polymer-framed, and 15-round capable .22WMR pistol that should be worth taking a look at for any rimfire enthusiast.

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Walther PDP F-Series: Engineered for Women's Hands

What did that old deodorant ad say? “Strong enough for a man, made for a woman”. However you may feel about that, Walther has engineered the  PDP F-Series specifically for female shooters and those out there with smaller hands.

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[SHOT 2022] Walther Unveils PDP SD Pro

Today at Shot Show’s Industry Day at the Range, Walther showed off for the first time their brand new PDP SD Pro. Walther’s PDP handgun was released in February of 2021 as a successor to the highly-regarded PPQ. The PDP provided a factory optics cut slide, a more aggressive grip serration pattern, and an upgraded trigger when compared to the old PPQ models.

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