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Walther PDP Released! TF Racing Extensions Already Available!

Walther PDP Released! TF Racing Extensions Already Available!

For the USPSA Carry Optics competitor, the PDP looks stellar — and we have the options you need to be successful! The PDP has the same awesome trigger that made the PPQ, and comes RMR-ready. Walther slipped us an advance copy of the PDP for R+D, so we’ve got 140mm basepads ready to go!
Walther Pro Hwansik Kim has his TF 140mm +3 extensions already – and brass backstraps will soon follow.

Our 140mm +3s work with the factory mag springs, which saves you money. Not needing to replace the springs drops the price per basepad to just $29.95 apiece ($34.95 in brass).

What About The Compact?

The PDP also ships as a “compact” – a 15-round gun that feeds from Walther PPQ magazines. In our testing, everything we make for the PPQ (except the magwell) works on the PDP Compact, giving you instant aftermarket support. Pick +0, +6, or +12 lengths to match your application, we’ve got you covered!
See in our store…

https://taylorfreelancestore.com/walther/pdp/
https://waltherarms.com/pdp/

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Our First Website…

Our website in 2001

Using the Wayback Machine on the Internet archive, Robin and I discovered what is probably the first website we built over 20 years ago! This 2001 vintage website was pre-ecommerce. You filled out a little form with what you wanted…and mailed us a check. It worked as we only had 4 or 5 parts…all for Glock which was the “new” “hot” gun at the time. Good times!https://web.archive.org/…/http://www.taylorfreelance.com/

Part Assembly Error!

Parts assembly error! Hey TF customers, if you have a magwell for your JP GMR-15 that wobbles, you might have the wrong locking piece. We accidentally assembled some JP magwells with the “Foxlock” locking tab for a different magwell (the Rainier Arms). We caught most, but a handful got out of the building.

Dave Cammack at JP Rifles took this great photo showing (from left) the original “winged” Foxlock, the new “simple” Foxlock, and the Foxlock for the Rainier (mis-assembled in a JP magwell). If you need an updated Foxlock, by all means give us a call!

Shirley’s Replacement

Our replacement for “Shirley” our 1969 Clark manual, showed up today. About 40 years newer than Shirley! Hopefully we get a lot more years out of this one.