Stabilize your full-size Walther PDP! Adding a brass backstrap adds weight to the lower part of the frame. That weight counteracts the "top-heavy" feel of polymer autos, and calms perceived recoil. In our experience heavy backstraps also improve the "feel" of the gun -- especially when speed reloading.
The pistol rolls into position smoother and more predictably -- and doesn't feel like it's trying to flip out of your hand.
- CNC Machined from bar stock
- Works with a to-be-released TF magwell
- High-traction checkering stabilizes the gun in your hand
- Adds 3+ ounces over stock
Features our new full-cover grip pattern that gives a better grip on the gun.
NOTE: IDPA shooters should read their rules carefully. IDPA shooters will likely be able to use the aluminum variant only due to IDPA's past restrictions on "brass grips."
CAUTION: Product contains chemicals known to the state of California to cause birth defects and other reproductive harm.
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This thing Is amazing OMG
Texture is aggressive and this is pretty as hell. Love the extra balance given to the pistol and really happy that Taylor freelance is on the forefront of modularity for the PDP. Despite being one of the more popular new pistols there is a surprising lack of 3rd party companies developing products.
Was a gift he loved it
It has a great texture and weight to it. It also looks great couple with the brass magazine extensions. I would recommend it
Great Products and Great value
I've got TF parts (including this brass back strap) on both my Walther PDP 5" full size and my Walther PPQ Q5 Match SF. Both pistols run flatter and feel more balanced as a result... especially the PDP. I recommend TF for both its parts and its business.