Walther Adds New Color Options for CCP M2 Series Pistols

Arkansas-based Walther Arms on Tuesday announced to its fans the CCP M2 series pistol is now available in new color choices.

The CCP – or Concealed Carry Pistol – first debuted in 2014 and was redesigned as the CCP M2 in late 2018. Fans who sought out the compact polymer-framed semi-auto, however, had to make do with either all-black or two-tone black and stainless models.

Those days are apparently gone as both the 9mm and .380 ACP versions will be available in Angel Blue while the 9mm fans will also have the choice of a Blue Titanium or Tungsten version.

 

Walther CCP M2 in Angel Blue, new for 2020 (Photos: Walther)

Walther CCP M2 in Blue Titanium

Walther CCP M2 in Blue Titanium

Walther CCP M2 in Tungsten

Walther CCP M2 in Tungsten

The CCP M2 uses what Walther bills as “Softcoil gas technology,” that “improves the user’s experience by reducing overall felt recoil and allowing the slide to be easily manipulated regardless of hand strength.”

With a 3.54-inch barrel length, both the 9mm and .380 ACP CCP M2 hits the tape at 6.41-inches overall and weighs in at 20-ounces flat. The pistol uses a single-stack 8-round magazine.

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