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Old 11-17-2018, 03:49 AM   #1
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Walther PPS M2 Recall

I received an email today from Walther on a recall. I donít have a PPS M2 but maybe some of you do. Apparently the gun can discharge if dropped. Hereís the link.

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Old 11-17-2018, 06:40 AM   #2
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Thanks for the tip.

I have P238, but I had herd they have a model designed for lighter recoil. Now I have to worry about "jolting." I'm still carrying the UC2, I figured the doc fixed me once, he can do it again.

I know, foolish and cavalier thinking. I wish Kimber would make more conversion kits. I have the compact .22LR conversion kit. And as I said in another thread, I'd like to see a .380 ACP conversion kit.

Not just for the jolting aspect, but the times I'm in the most danger is when I'm with larger groups, like at the mall. You're responsible for every round your fire, and if you perforate a thug and kill a kid behind him...
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