Walther CCP

Walther CCP

MSRP: $551.82

Used Price: $527.21 +16.57%

New Price: $551.82 +12.85%

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Walther CCP Specifications

Brand Walther Arms
Category Handguns
Action Single
Caliber 9x19mm Parabellum
Capacity 8+1
Finish Stainless
Barrel Length 3.5"

Walther CCP Reviews

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Positive: 91 Mixed: 20 Negative: 23
Sarah S
Sarah S
Nov 26, 2018

I am obsessed with this gun. I use it as my carry and love it. Female so i have a smaller hand and i love this fit. Light easy pull trigger. Low recoil. Two down sides... sight will move on you, have to readjust more than usual and the plastic key they give you to breakdown the gun wears out after a few uses... just use a small flat head. Would highly recommend! ...more

100
Wayne
Wayne
Oct 24, 2018

This gun is well made, shoots great. A little agrivating to take down, but after a few times it becomes easy. Trigger pull is a little long, but for what it is intended for, it works well. I liked it so much I purchased another one of them. ...more

100
Moongelly
Moongelly
Sep 12, 2018

This shoots really well. It took me a minute to understand the trigger but once I got it this turned out to be a great shooter. Very easy to load and rack, recoil is surprisingly mild allowing for fast follow ups. Hides very easily as well. I like this pistol a lot. ...more

100
tom d
tom d
Aug 20, 2018

Received this item (Walther CCP 9MM) a couple of weeks ago. The first weekend, we took it to the range with great anticipation. We chose this gun for my wife to use because of the reported ease in operating the slide and its touted lighter recoil due to the gas bypass. My wife appreciated the ergonomics of the grip and was excited to try it. First round chambered smoothly and fired off nicely. Bullet placement at 10 yards indicated that the sights were right on, although they were not easy to see. The front and rear sights have white dots but they are deeply recessed and dim. After firing the first round the spent casing failed to eject (stovepipe). I thought the gun was just tight and needed to be worked out a bit. After 150 rounds fired this problem was still present. It happened on every round except for, maybe, 2 or 3. After we left the range I cleaned the gun thoroughly, including the extractor which appeared to be working correctly, the bypass piston and tube. We took it back to the range yesterday and met essentially the same results. I did have 3 rounds in a row that fired and ejected cleanly but every round before that sequence and afterwards failed to eject. We shot PMC and Federal brass and tried Tul Ammo steel cased in 115 and 124 gr. round-nosed jacketed. I had the Tul for my Taurus G2C and CZ Scorpion and they fired without issue. I will be sending the pistol back for Walther to hopefully fix. This has been the most disappointing fire arm purchase I have made. Even my Cougar .40 (with lousy sights) was better. Until Walther corrects the problem I wouldn't recommend this model CCP even to a masochist. ...more

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BatPenguin
BatPenguin
Aug 19, 2018

The price couldn't be better than what it was, 285.00 when I bought it. Got the gun and took it to the range. The trigger could be better but it isn't bad and once I get it broken in I think the trigger will be fine. I am not a great shot and I have a bulging disc in my upper back right now so my accuracy isn't at my best but you can look at the photos that I am attaching. The smaller target was from 5 yards away and is about 3" across. The second one is about 8 inches tall by 6 inches wide and shot from 15 yards away. As you can see the gun is highly accurate, especially when you take into consideration I was in pain while shooting. Take down isn't as horrible as others have claimed. I did it twice already and feel I have it down pat. This will be my EDC. ...more

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Bryan P
Bryan P
Aug 01, 2018

Bad, but not all bad. Please read this through if you%u2019re interested in picking up a CCP. When I purchased this CCP I was on the fence about it. It%u2019s not the Walther I know and that I%u2019m accustomed to and at the time so was going back and forth between this one or a PPS M2 LE. Now, the CCP is set up for carry through and through. Being made for carry however, it has a pretty long trigger pull and long reset but that%u2019s what you want under duress. Outside don that, slide removal takes a bit of getting used to, but not much. It has a strange little tool that disconnects the rear and then the slide lifts up at the rear and it%u2019s just like a Glock otherwise. That is, until you get to the barrel. See, this pistol uses a delayed blowback operation. So it has a barrel that fixed to the frame and where you%u2019d have your guide rod on a regular pistol, you have a tiny piston with the CCP. They call It the %u201Csoftcoil%u201D system. It%u2019s heavier and softer than a traditional SA/DA pistol. That%u2019s really the only differences that I see right now. Ok now for the bad... if you want a CCP, GO FOR IT!! It feels great in the hands and shoots great too. BUT!!! If you want a laser for it, and you%u2019re thinking about this one, the Spartan, don%u2019t. Get it out of your head and run. It is an ok laser I guess but it has a massive flaw. The activation switch is a small button on each side of it that sits at the front of the trigger guard. The problem is, if a gnat farts the laser turns on. Even when holstered in a Kydexholster,the darn thing will activate. Walking around with it holstered, in the car, sitting in a drawer...the smallest bump and the laser is activated. It is HORRIBLE!!! Ok so thats it. The gun is fantastic and don%u2019t hesitate to pick one up. But the laser is terrible. So I give the gun 5 stars and the laser 1 Star. I hope this helps someone and please excuse any typos you may encounter. :) B ...more

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Jdog
Jdog
Jun 08, 2018
Easy to pull slide back great grip

I bought this gun a month ago I just barely went and took my ltc class I love the grip of the gun it does have less kick then the other guns I tried it also has a very good mag release that mag comes flying out. The cons to this gun the sights are so horrible and the trigger is god aweful if you were to compare a walther ppq to the ccp you will notice the trigger difference the ccp trigger is griitty I couldn’t tell when I where the take up was with the ppq the take up is very noticeable and the brake is really good. If I had to go back and choose my first gun again I’d go with the ppq not the ccp even if the ppq is a 600$ dollar gun that gun may cost more but but it out performs the ccp in every way ...more

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Josh S
Josh S
Jun 01, 2018

These are pretty big for a single stack but the grip is one of the best in the business. I've never had a malfunction of any kind with mine. People complain about the takedown process but it's easy after a few times. I love these pistols. ...more

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Antonia S
Antonia S
May 29, 2018

Great gun! Best slide, I have a weak grip. Great for my small hands.

100
Ryan M
Ryan M
May 24, 2018

Great pistol! High quality, accurate, comfortable to shoot! Definitely recommend to everyone!

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