Walther Arms Increases 2018 Contingency Program

Walther Arms Increases 2018 Contingency Program

FORT SMITH, Ark. -(Ammoland.com)- Walther Arms, Inc. has a rich history steeped in competition shooting with our rimfire and airgun competition rifles and pistols.

The PPQ product line has become serious contenders for practical shooters in the production and carry optics categories because of the ergonomic grip and top of the line factory triggers. Walther Arms continues to support practical shooting and is increasing the program for 2018, putting $450,000 on the line for competitors that win with a Walther.

Walther has made it incredibly easy for shooters to participate in the program and will be rewarding top placement in specified divisions.

“We are very excited to not only continue but increase the contingency program for 2018. Walther Arms is going to build on the success of the 2017 contingency program, and increasing the approved events will allow more competitors to participate in the program,” says Kevin Wilkerson, Marketing Manager at Walther Arms.

For more details on the 2018 Walther Contingency Program visit their website.

About Walther:

Walther is the premier provider of personal protection and recreational firearms of various calibers ranging from .22 to .45. With a vast devotion to continued innovation and customer focus in a fast-growing industry, Walther Arms engineers products that are Built for Life.

For more information, visit their website.

  • 3 thoughts on “Walther Arms Increases 2018 Contingency Program

    1. Except for their Walther P22, what a miserable firearm. But it does teach my family how to deal with FTF, FTE, jams, double loading and so on.

      1. @JS – Here’s 3 pet peeves about the P22 – The slide is made out Zamak (zinc alloy) which cracks, the recoil spring should be captured on the guide rod, and Walther never should have changed from the original grip and frame texture/sculpting to the newer style. Other than that every P22 I’ve shot functioned flawlessly.

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