NRA GUN OF THE WEEK
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Walther CCP M2
The CCP’s SOFTCOIL™ gas-delayed blowback system uses gas pressure from the ignited cartridge by directing it through a small port in the barrel in front of the chamber to slow down and delay the rearward motion of the slide. This is accomplished by means of a piston contained inside of a cylinder located under the barrel that opposes the rearward motion of the slide until the gas pressure has declined after the bullet has left the barrel. This allows the slide to end its rearward motion, opening the breech, and ejecting the empty cartridge case. (Read Entire Write-Up At WaltherArms.com)
The Walther CCP M2 comes with a new visible cocking indicator and tool-less takedown. It also boasts the same features as the original CCP, including that gun’s soft-coil recoil reduction system; comfortable grip; low profile manual safety; easy-to-rack slide; and a reversible magazine release.
“We knew we had a great pistol in the CCP, but listening to our consumers drove us to upgrade certain features,” said Bret Vorhees, Walther’s director of product development. “The new tool-less take down, on top of the grip that seems to fit every hand, and the reduced recoil benefits of the soft-coil system, makes this pistol the perfect option for any shooter.”
Chambered in 9mm, the single-stack CCP M2 also has a 3.54-inch barrel; overall weight of 22.33 ounces; and overall length of 6.41 inches. Meanwhile, it has an eight-round capacity…. (Read Entire Article at PersonalDefenseWorld.com)