Walther’s New PDP F-Series Pistol Engineered For Female Hands
Team Walther’s Gabby Franco says “the PDP F-Series is the result of a revolutionary approach to creating a pistol with female shooters in mind.”
2022 IPSC World Shoot: Luke Cao Wins Production Optics Light Division
Team Walther’s Luke Cao captures Production Optics Light title at 2022 IPSC World Shoot in Pattaya, Thailand
New: Walther P99 AS Final Edition
It’s only fitting to give this 26-year-old iconic Walther handgun one final run before it heads off into the sunset.
Taran Tactical Innovations Magazine Extensions
This simple base plate and spring kit can improve scores.
Review: Walther Q5 Match
The Walther Q5 Match is based on the popular PPQ—designed for the Production and Carry Optics divisions of USPSA. The Carry Optics division is the new “hotness” in USPSA competition
New: Walther Arms PPS M2 RMSc
Walther’s PPS M2 became an instant success story, with people who preferred the PPQ M2 design flocking to it in droves. Now it’s available in a package combined with the Shield RMSc for a new factory ready carry optics pistol
Preview: Walther Q5 Match SF (Steel Frame)
This steel-framed beauty is an eye-catching pistol for sure. Shooting Illustrated Executive Editor Daniel T. McElrath had the chance to handle one, he outlines the advantages of the steel-framed Q5 in this article. This steel-framed Q5 has more than a few advantages over a polymer-framed pistol for action shooting
Review: Walther Q4 Steel Frame
Whether for competition or for carry, Walther's Q4 Steel Frame pistol is impressive, sporting a 4-inch barrel and 7.4-inch overall length.
Classic SSUSA: The Many Faces Of Walther
Walther underwent change in the early 2010s, including the hire of a new director of competitive marketing and new offices in Arkansas. In this article, first published in the March 2013 issue, Chip Lohman examines more than a century of Walther history, plus an evaluation of the then-new LG400 Anatomic Expert air rifle.
At The Top Of Her Game, Rachel Martin Aims For International Stage
2015 NCAA Rifle Champion Rachel Martin has international glory in her sights, as she prepares to continue her successful competitive shooting career after her successful run at Nebraska