Beretta 90-TWO vs Walther PPQ
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|Handguns||Beretta 90-TWO||Walther PPQ|
|Caliber||9x19mm Parabellum||9x19mm Parabellum|
|Reviews||See 20 Reviews||See 62 Reviews|
The newly designed frame of 90two pistol ensures trouble-free insertion and holster extraction, thanks to its rounded and truly snag-free surfaces. Inside the frame, near the disassembly lever, a metallic recoil buffer reduces the impact of the slide assembly against the frame during the shooting cycle. By redistributing the stresses, the recoil buffer increases the service life of the firearm. Trigger guard is also rounded to ensure, when firing with two hands, the correct positioning of the supporting hand.
The Walther PPQ is a feature-rich polymer pistol available in 9mm and .40S&W. The PPQ has a quick action trigger with a crisp pull and .1" reset. The slide and barrel are corrosion-resistant and tenifer coated. The PPQ is also standard with an extended, ambidextrous slide lock and magazine release. The Picatinny-Style accessory rail allows for easy addition of a light or laser. The slide features front and rear serrations while the molded grip has cross-directional texturing and includes small and large backstraps for a more individualized fit.