Standing out among the crowd at SHOT Show 2020 Industry Day at the Range was Walther's impressive Q4 Steel Frame Pistol. American Rifleman's Evan Brune had a chance to shoot the new pistol, which notably has a 4-inch barrel and 7.4-inch overall length. Watch the video above.
As a carry gun, the Q4 has a less aggressive beavertail then its big brother, the Q5, which NRA Publications had the opportunity to try out last year at SHOT Show.
With a steel frame that is precision machined from solid steel billet, the Q4 is a joy to shoot. It also includes a wrap-around grip panel, extended beavertail, Picatinny rail and recessed slide release. Plus, the weight distribution of the steel frame is known to reduce recoil.
The Q4 has two versions available, one standard and a second optics-ready model. The latter includes s a slide cut for the most popular red-dot sights.
MSRP for the Q4 Steel Frame is $1,399; the Optics Ready version comes in at $1,499. Learn more at walther.com.
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