Walther Arms has announced a PPS M2 combination package, combining the popular pistol with a brand new Shield RMSc optic. The RMSc is a perfect fit for the slim profile of the PPS M2. The added reflex mini sight is meant to co-witness with the factory iron sights. The RMSc is parallax-free, with a clear polymer optic lens made to withstand greater impact than glass. The PPS M2 slide is milled to accept the RMSc―and the package also includes a cover plate, just in case owners wish to remove the optic from the gun.
The gun’s slide is factory-milled to accept the RMSc.
The PPS M2 has a smooth trigger and thin profile. It was designed to redefine concealed carry for those people seeking the perfect-fitting carry gun for their own needs. Adding an optic, such as a reflex mini sight, is more than just a fad. It gives added dimension and value to consumers in the market for compact pistols, which is why more companies such as Walther are offering these combos.
“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,” said Kevin Wilkerson, marketing manager for Walther. “This [is] a perfect fit for the buyer looking for a concealable optics-ready product.”
The Walther Arms PPS M2 is NRA Gun of the Week.
The PPS M2 is a conveniently compact firearm with the power needed for reliable concealed carry. Easy to conceal, the frame and slide measure 1.04 inches in total width. This striker-fired action pistol come standard with a flat slide stop lever, and 3-dot low profile contoured sights. Now, shooters can co-witness with these great iron sights when they purchase this great combo package from Walther. Additionally, it uses an internal striker safety, and an additional trigger safety that must be depressed before the pistol will fire.
“As soon as we learned about the RMSc we knew we had to make an optics-included version of the PPS M2!” mentioned Luke Thorkildsen, Walther’s vice president of marketing and product development.