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Walther CCP M2 .380 ACP – First Look

New for the 2020 concealed-carry market is the Walther CCP M2 pistol series now available in .380 ACP.

Walther CCP M2 .380 ACP – First Look


Providing one of the easiest shooting experiences with its next-to-nothing recoil, the Walther 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 also is the most ergonomic and comfortable handgun in Walther’s 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.

Walther CCP M2 in .380 ACP

With additional popular features such as an external safety, front, and rear slide serrations and a reversible magazine release, the Walther CCP M2 handgun is sure to become a valuable addition to your everyday carry.

Walther CCP M2 .380 ACP Specs

  • Model: 5080500
  • Caliber: .380ACP
  • Barrel Length: 3.54″
  • Trigger Pull: 5.5 LBS
  • Trigger Travel: 0.27″
  • Capacity: 8 RDS
  • Overall Length: 6.41″
  • Height: 5.12″
  • Safety: 1 MANUAL + 1 AUTO
  • Width: 1.18″
  • Weight Empty: 20 OZ

For more information, visit waltherarms.com.


Walther CCP M2 in .380 ACP
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