Walther CCP M2 Gun Review
Walther CCP M2 Specifications
Gun Manufacturer: Walther
Model: CCP M2
Ammunition Capacity: 8
Walther CCP M2 Usage and Features
Are you right or left handed?
What features does this gun have that appealed to you?
The ergonomics and soft shooting. The striker channel was also something that appealed to me for concealed carry. There is no guessing whether or not there is a bullet in the chamber and you can feel it without looking prior to displaying the firearm.
Tell us about shooting this gun.
This is the first firearm that I have ever actually purchased of my own. The reset is a little longer than expected so I had to adjust my grip a little bit but after adjusting my grip I was good to go!
How would you describe the recoil, is it manageable?
The recoil is the softest that I have ever shot at this caliber. Allowing me to shoot more rounds quicker and more accurately.
How does it fit your hand, are the controls of this gun easy to use? (Safeties, slide pull, magazine release, trigger pull, etc.)
The ergonomics are perfect for me. Safety is easy to access, trigger pull is long but that is how I like it. The slide pull is a little difficult at times but getting easier with more practice.
Do you like the sights on this gun?
The sights are pretty on for me. Just takes practice being comfortable with your gun.
Any problems with any type of ammunition?
I tried a few different types of ammunition at the range. The gun didn’t do well with lead jacketed bullets but does any gun, really? FMJ was the way to go.
Was it easy to take down and clean?
Takedown took a few times and YouTube videos to practice but now I have it down easily. This model does not require a tool for takedown, which I love because it would be easy to lose.
For someone considering this gun, what would you tell them?
Shop around, read reviews, and don’t be afraid to spend good money on one that you like.
Would you recommend this gun? If no, do you have a preferred gun?
One thought on “Gun Reviews By Women – Walther CCP M2 – Zoe”
I am looking for a small reliable semi automatic that is easy to wrack