Glock 21 vs Walther PPQ
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Remarkable for its accuracy and light recoil, the GLOCK 21SF delivers the legendary stopping power of the .45 AUTO round with 10/13 round magazine capacity. Countless law enforcement units swear by the G21SF pistol, and that's why this powerful, lightweight, all climate workhorse is standard issue from the North to South Poles. The SF model reduces the circumference of the receiver at the rear, or "back strap," offering increased comfort and controlespecially for shooters with smaller hands.
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.