Walther Launches Blue Line PPQ Pistol to Support Law Enforcement

Walther Blue Line PPQ Pistol
Walther Blue Line PPQ Pistol
Walther Arms
Walther Arms

FORT SMITH, Ark. –-(Ammoland.com)- Walther Arms, Inc. is proud to announce the auction for the “Blue Line” PPQ.

This is a one of a kind custom Walther PPQ M2 .40 S&W.

Walther Arms wanted to show our appreciation for the difficult and often underappreciated job that our countries Law Enforcement Officers selflessly undertake each and every day they put on that badge.

As a show of our support for the brave men and women who serve and protect us daily Walther Arms and EKG Firearms have created a one of a kind “Blue Line” Walther PPQ .40Cal pistol.

All proceeds will benefit The Officer Down Memorial Page. ODMP is a non-profit organization dedicated to honoring fallen law enforcement officers, supporting their survivors, and ensuring that none of our fallen heroes are ever forgotten.

Link to ODMP website: http://www.odmp.org/ & Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/OfficerDown/ The auction, hosted by GunBroker.com, will run from Saturday, October 22nd through Sunday, November 6th. For more information Please visit: http://www.gunbroker.com/Item/592455355 and all Walther Arms social media outlets.

Walther Blue Line PPQ Pistol Left Side
Walther Blue Line PPQ Pistol Left Side

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MARK MCCANN
MARK MCCANN
5 years ago

I like to see Walther make a pistol with green trigger and stripes represeningt the US Military.

Kevin
Kevin
5 years ago

This pistol has a thin blue line down the top of the slide, and a blue trigger/slide stop. Hardly the “full blue” or “full red” color that training pistols typically sport. Many manufacturers are now Cerakoting their guns in all sorts of colors. SCCY has a 9mm that is bright orange with a SS slide. Bersa has pistols with the frames colored fully in blue and purple. I really don’t think there will be an inordinate number of people who will mistake this PPQ for anything but what it is. A nicely customized handgun manufacturered for a worthy cause.

Bob Mercer
Bob Mercer
5 years ago

Great gesture by Walther, and hopefully this collectible becomes a Safe Queen, because no fully functioning firearm should have blue exterior markings of any kind. Too great a chance for an accident to occur with a loaded “dummy” pistol.

SteveK
SteveK
5 years ago

Oh BOY! Now my PPQ can look just like lil Johnny’s toy PPQ.

JorgeNorberto Pedace
JorgeNorberto Pedace
5 years ago

EN MI OPINIÓN ESTA MEZCLA DE COLORES Y MATERIALES DESVIRTÚAN LA ESTÉTICA DE UN ARMA DE FUEGO,ENTIENDO QUE SE PUEDEN HACER ADELANTOS,SIN AFECTAR LA IMAGEN DE LO QUE DEBE SER UN ARMA DE FUEGO

Stan Robertson
Stan Robertson
5 years ago

I’m thinking the .40 is on it’s way out

Clark Kent
Clark Kent
5 years ago
Reply to  Stan Robertson

You are thinking wrong…..

Kenneth Waggoner
Kenneth Waggoner
5 years ago

Hmm, I understand the gesture but no, in the military and some law enforcement, “blue” is practice or dummy.

Christopher
Christopher
5 years ago

I agree, and while I support blue lines, it’s a terrible idea for weapons exactly becasue BLUE = training/inert.

Vanns40
Vanns40
5 years ago

Okay, as a former LEO I think that’s a nice gesture. I also believe in the absolute right of the law abiding citizen to be free of all firearms laws as they serve no purpose, so here’s a suggestion to Walther, Glock and every other manufacturer; stop all sales to police and law enforcement agencies in any State that will not let these same products be sold to their citizens!

Clark Kent
Clark Kent
5 years ago
Reply to  Vanns40

You forget that a handgun is a required TOOL for the police. Not so for citizens.

Nicholas Diaz
Nicholas Diaz
4 years ago
Reply to  Clark Kent

“…a required TOOL for the police. Not so for citizens.. “?! So you’re claiming a citizen doesn’t require protection from any threats? What exactly are citizens in your eyes, sheep in need of protectors? Are you stupid or just ignorant?

Matt.
Matt.
5 years ago

Looking forward to the review on performance numbers.