Original Message:   I'm not nuts about the looks of most modern-day pistols. I know, I know, form follows function, but geez, at least TRY to make it look good.
Tested: Walther CCP M2 Pistol
Submitted by: David Williamson
Website: http://libertyparkpress.com

 
Walther created the modern, semi-automatic, concealed handgun market with the introduction of its model PP (Polizeipistole) in 1929, followed one year later by the classic PPK. In 2014, the company updated the concept with the introduction of its “Concealed Carry Pistol” or CCP. The result falls in size right between the smallest of single-stacks and the mid-size double-stack 9 mm Lugers, making it well-suited for inside-the-waistband or shoulder-holster carry.
 

Comment by: PHORTO (8/28/2019)
I'm sure it's a superb gun, but personally, the farthest I'm willing to go aesthetically is the Glock.

All these beveled slides and superfluous forward cocking grooves, to me at least, are OOGLY.

Gimme a pistol that looks at least grudgingly similar to a 1911.

I make an emphatic exception for the Beretta 92 series.

Lemme tell ya, out-of-the-box that gun shoots RIGHT where you point it, points naturally viz grip-to-barrel angle, and the double/single action trigger is pretty damn good. The single action is crisp and perfect.


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