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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TFB Review: Walther PDP Pistol

In February of this year (2021) after an aggressive marketing campaign, Walther released their new series of striker-fired pistols dubbed the Performance Duty Pistol or PDP. The striker-fired pistol market has become increasingly competitive in recent years, especially in the aftermath of the Army Service Pistol contract that ended up going to the SIG Sauer P320. While SIG won the contract, it was the average consumer that really won out on that competition when every major pistol producer put out their version of the striker-fired duty pistol in the commercial market. It is hard to really batter any of these offerings and the market has turned toward a direction without a singular leader to an environment where purchase decisions are being driven by personal preference over semantic details. With all this market congestion (and admittedly great pistols nearly across the board), Walther seems to have come a bit late to the game with this release. It could be argued that they missed the boat, but with a field this congested, they also have plenty of critique to draw from. So, did Walther make something here that separates it from the pack? Let’s take a look.

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New Flagship Handgun from Walther Arms: Performance Duty Pistol (PDP)

Performance Duty Pistol – The new flagship handgun from Walther Arms is intended for concealed carry or duty service and comes in either compact or full size with different slide lengths. The PDP is red dot ready, features a brand-new trigger and has deep serrations in the slide as well as a duty texture for a better grip. The caliber is 9×19 mm and the Compact 4″ takes 15 rounds while the Full-sized versions take 18 rounds. The price is $649.00.

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