Walther Arms Announces the PPS M2 RMSc

Walther PPS M2 RMSc
Walther PPS M2 RMSc

FORT SMITH, Ark.-(Ammoland.com)- Walther Arms, Inc. is proud to announce a PPS M2 packages with a brand new Shield RMSc optic. The RMSc is a perfect fit for the slim profile of the PPS M2. The addition of the reflex mini sight enhances target acquisition while maintaining peripheral vision, yet allows the user to co-witness with factory iron sights. The RMSc is parallax free, and features a clear polymer optic lens that can withstand greater impact than products using glass optics. The PPS M2 slide is milled to accept the RMSc and also will include a cover plate should the user ever desire to remove the optic.

“Carry optics is a fast growing category and Walther is very excited to offer the PPS M2 equipped with the RMSc. The combination provides significant value with a slim factory milled slide topped with an exceptional optic. This pairing will be a perfect fit for the buyer looking for a concealable optic ready product.” said Kevin Wilkerson, Marketing Manager of Fort Smith-based Walther Arms, Inc.

“The PPS M2 and the RMSc is an amazing pairing. As soon as we learned about the RMSc we knew we had to make an optic included version!” said Luke Thorkildsen, VP of Marketing & Product Development.

The MSRP is $699

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  • 2 thoughts on “Walther Arms Announces the PPS M2 RMSc

    1. The question I have is, will this new optic fit on the Sig 365. Now that’s the package. Both products are brand new. When the optic was announced 2 weeks ago, my first thought was would it fit on a Glock 43. But since then, the Sig 365 was announced and came to my attention. Don’t know how the new Shield compact optic holds up to recoil yet. I’m intrigued about that possible pairing.

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