Glock 22 Gen 4 vs Walther PPQ
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Glock 22 Gen 4
The GLOCK 22 Gen4, in .40, introduces revolutionary design changes to this model of perfection that the majority of law enforcement across the country put their trust in every day. The Modular Back Strap design of the G22 Gen4 lets you instantly customize its grip to adapt to an individual shooter's hand size. The surface of the frame employs the new scientifically designed, real-world-tested, Gen4 rough textured technology. Internally, the new GLOCK dual recoil spring assembly substantially increases the life of the system. A reversible enlarged magazine catch, changeable in seconds, accommodates left or right-handed operators. The G22 Gen4 .40 caliber retains the GLOCK accessory rail for your attachments.
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.