Entering the market in 2013, the Walther PPX was designed as a more budget friendly relative of the more popular (and more expensive) Walther PPQ M2. The PPX is available in 9mm (16 rounds) or .40 (14 rounds). If you are expecting a pistol with all the bells and whistles of the PPQ at a lower price point, then you’ll be disappointed. On the other hand, it you want a polymer full size home defense weapon at a sub $450 price, the PPX might be for you.
Here's a nice video overview of the Walther PPX:
Here’s a list of things the PPX doesn’t offer (which may or may not be a deal breaker for some)
The pistol does offer a nice DA trigger with a pre-cock of sorts. It comes with a standard 1913 picatinny rail for a light or laser, so it would function well as a home defense pistol.
Some commonly asked questions regarding holsters for the PPX:
#1 – Will it fit a holster for the similar Walther PPQ?
Unfortunately, it won’t. Apparently the dimensions are different enough between the two so a PPQ holster won’t work.
#2 – Do you carry an IWB holster for the PPX?
We do carry a line (MTR Custom) that offers some IWB holster models for this weapon. However, this is a full size gun so concealing it inside the waistband might be a challenge.
#3 – Does Don Hume make anything to fit the PPX?
Not at the time of this writing. The only holster manufacturer that we offer who makes anything to fit the Walther PPX is MTR Custom.
#4 – Do you have any holsters that would fit the PPX with an attached light or laser?
It really depends on the light or laser that is being used. Call or email with the specific light or laser details and we’ll see what can be done.
Any of the holsters listed below will fit the Walther PPX in 9mm or .40 caliber.