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Old January 4, 2013, 03:20 PM   #7
carguychris
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Trigger pull SA- 6.6 lbs, DA- 17.5 lbs. Seems a bit heavy.
The triggers of PP-series pistols are typically heavy. If it's going to be marketed as a legitimate trainer, the pull SHOULD be heavy. Walther apparently Gets It.
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Not all rimfires have been made by Umarex. Walther is producing several rimfires, for example the HK licensed 416 and MP5 clones.
My bad, I should have specifically referred to the P22 and SP22.
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The weight listed is the same 1.5 lbs as the stainless .380 PPK/S, but I just can't help but think Umarex when looking at this one.
Same here, given the suggested retail price. I doubt that a modern gunmaker in a Western country (read: "Not Turkey, Russia, or China") could produce a 100% faithful .22LR PP, PPK, or PPK/S and make a decent profit on it at the MSRP listed on the new website. I think corners are being cut; the question is which ones.
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