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Newest handgun purchase...Walther CCP

Discussion in 'Handguns' started by JRExplorer3, Jan 8, 2019.

  1. JRExplorer3

    JRExplorer3 .270 WIN

    Picked this one up just last Wed.

    A Walther CCP in factory box with 2 mags, extra front sights and a Comp-Tac Infidel Ultra Max IWB holster.
    Seller said it wouldn't cycle reliably......
    On vacation next week so I'll do a fluff and buff on it.
    Then run a couple of different types of ammo through it and see how it runs.

    After that I need to send it back to Walther for a drop safe recall.
    If it doesn't function well I'll have them check it out while they have it for the recall update.

    Here's the kicker........I paid $100 for everything :)



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  2. meanstreak

    meanstreak .30-06 Supporter "Philanthropist"

    Nice...You did good.
  3. JRExplorer3

    JRExplorer3 .270 WIN


    I field stripped it and gave it a good cleaning and lube. Especially the gas tube.
    Inspected, cleaned/lubed magazines.

    Took it to the range today along with 2 other handguns we haven't shot since buying. A Ruger EC9S and a LC9S Pro.

    Range Report:

    Shooting Federal Champion 115 gr. FMJ RN Brass ammo.

    Happy to report that the EC9S and LC9S Pro both functioned 100%.
    Both with the factory mags and a Ruger 9 round extended mag. Mags interchanged with no issues.
    At self defense ranges accurate enough to do serious damage.

    I did note that the EC9S sights were sometimes hard to pick up quickly.
    A couple of dabs of white nail polish might do the trick.

    The Walther CCP functioned admirably. More range time is needed before carrying though.
    Using the same 9mm ammo. 8-10 magazines run through, 8 rnd. each.
    Quite accurate with the sights as is.

    We had 1 fail to feed jam, nose dived round, 2nd round 2nd mag. Myself shooting.
    We also had 2 instances of failure to hold open after last round. Wife was shooting both times.
    Other than that no other issues. Overall a good $100 investment.
    I did notice the gas tube area was starting to get warm before shooting the last magazine.

    I filled out the return info and it's off to Walther tomorrow for the drop safe recall.
    I included a note to check the fail to feed and fail to hold open after last round.

    After that. For fun, A few hundred rounds of .22LR T-Bolts through the M&P22, M&P22C and Sig Mosquito and we were done. Only 1 FTF in the Sig out of all the .22LR.
    Not bad for Remington Thunderbolts.
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