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  1. Being that my name is being tossed out a lot in the above post I would like to talk a little about the issue I had with the Walther Q5 SF and the development of the new stronger extractor spring that some of you have used. When I received my first Q5 SF early last year I was having many failures to “extract”, this is different than failure to eject and will likely look like the spent case is left partly in the chamber and the next round it stuck behind it. The only good way to clear this jam is to drop the Mag and to then re-battery the empty case and manually eject it by hand. I
  2. I just purchased a PPQ 22LR a few weeks back and have spent some time shooting it and working on it. Here are my thoughts regarding this gun.The gun is very light in hand weighing in at a little over 19 oz., now being I have all the PPQ 5 SF PPQ and PPQ 4 SF guns this is very light in hand and feels a little like a toy. The look and grip of the gun feels almost exactly as my PPQ 5 polymer and fits my small hand nicely. There is no interchangeable back strap for sizing so you get what I consider a PPQ 5 medium grip with similar texture.The trigger does not feel like a PPQ at all and the gun I r
  3. Looks interesting, is it plastic, metal or some other material? Sort of growing on me.
  4. Does any person know if this trigger is any better than the Overwatch Protection for the Walther SF Q5 models?
  5. I think any sort will work, I had cut some holes in a plastic project box for my loading press and used this material as it was about the right thickness and easy to shape. After I had the proper width and height (cut out using my little project scroll saw) measured the gap between the trigger bar and back stop just as the sheer broke, I then sanded the piece down to that target. Had to make one or two more sanding adjustments rubbing the piece on emery paper to get the exact thickness I was looking for and pushed it in. I have two guns with the mod and it works just perfect.
  6. It's a low density plastic that can be shaped and sanded. Get a piece that a little thicker than the gap between the trigger bar and back wall. Then cut the width slightly wider than the placement space and force it into the slot. I have never had any of mine to fall out. It might take a couple to fit tries to get the width and thickness exactly like you want it. Good Luck.
  7. I think you're right now that I think about it some more, was lead free as you stated.
  8. I modifies all my guns by placing a formed plastic tab that is forced into the slot behind the trigger bar. I sand it down to the point the gun fires without interference and has almost instance reset. See attached picture. I have fired thousands of rounds with this fix and experienced no issues.
  9. That would be the US Army that created some sort of dumb standard to reduce smoke.
  10. 0403201247.pdfOverwatch Precision trigger upgrade for Walther Q5 SF (Review by Keith White, keithwhite100@gmail.com) I’ve been sitting here at the house for the past 4 weeks with nothing to do so I decided to spend some money on my gun and purchase the Overwatch Precision Trigger for my Walther Q5 SF. The range is closed and I’ve loaded a crap load of target 9mm rounds and upgraded my press with every bell and whimsical doodad you can think of so why not give this trigger a try. I’ve been waiting for the Apex trigger upgrade and have given up on that and came across this company j
  11. Cool, I love a good product, sorry Apex, looks like you dropped the the ball on this opportunity. Walther, well you're just slow on the US market opportunities. I also gave up on the smaller grip and trigger. But love my gun.
  12. Overwatch Precision trigger upgrade for Walther Q5 SF (Review by Keith White, keithwhite100@gmail.com) I’ve been sitting here at the house for the past 4 weeks with nothing to do so I decided to spend some money on my gun and purchase the Overwatch Precision Trigger for my Walther Q5 SF. The range is closed and I’ve loaded a crap load of target 9mm rounds and upgraded my press with every bell and whimsical doodad you can think of so why not give this trigger a try. I’ve been waiting for the Apex trigger upgrade and have given up on that and came across this company just the other
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