Maximum efficiency. Minimal effort. An achievement born from an unabating commitment to excellence. All in the most comfortable and accessible firearm offered in the market today. The CCP M2 handgun series represents the next step in the pursuit of perfection at Walther. The CCP - or Concealed Carry Pistol - is the first polymer pistol with Softcoil gas technology. This technology improves the user's experience by reducing overall felt recoil and allowing the slide to be easily manipulated regardless of hand strength. The CCP is also the most ergonomic and comfortable handgun in Walther's dynamic concealed carry lineup. Tool-less takedown and a fixed barrel allow for easy cleaning and maintenance, making this one of the most accessible pistols available today.
|Manufacturer Part Number||5082512|
|Caliber||380 Auto (ACP)|
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