View Poll Results: Which one would you pick?

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  • Glock Compact (i.e. 19, 23, 32, 38)

    83 17.33%
  • HK P2000

    49 10.23%
  • Springfield Armory XD Service

    104 21.71%
  • Sigarms Compact (228 or 229)

    109 22.76%
  • S&W M&P

    67 13.99%
  • Walther P99

    67 13.99%
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    Glock guy here.

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    You mean a Glock like this:




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    I am the odd ball here. I have to go with the M&P due to its fit, feel, accuracy, reliability and warranty.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shipwreck
    MW, U should just close the poll now and head on down to the store to buy a P99 A/S

    Well....right now it's between a P99AS and a HK P2000LEM.
    I'm leaning more towards the HK because of the polygonal barrel and a better market for concealed carry holsters.
    I had a P99AS 9mm (old style) in the past...i really liked it a lot but i sold it because i'm not a 9mm fan.
    I also owned a HK P2000SK .40 S&W with the LEM Trigger and liked it at least as much as the P99 but had to sell it due to some financial problems.
    Tax refund $$$ is coming shortly and I will buy 1 gun...I'm just having a hard time deciding between these to Models. It will be my CCW so being able to get a good Holster is a must. Milt Sparks told me that he doesn't think they make one for the new P99 but that i should call the shop to make sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mw1311 View Post
    Well....right now it's between a P99AS and a HK P2000LEM.
    I'm leaning more towards the HK because of the polygonal barrel and a better market for concealed carry holsters.
    I had a P99AS 9mm (old style) in the past...i really liked it a lot but i sold it because i'm not a 9mm fan.
    I also owned a HK P2000SK .40 S&W with the LEM Trigger and liked it at least as much as the P99 but had to sell it due to some financial problems.
    Tax refund $$$ is coming shortly and I will buy 1 gun...I'm just having a hard time deciding between these to Models. It will be my CCW so being able to get a good Holster is a must. Milt Sparks told me that he doesn't think they make one for the new P99 but that i should call the shop to make sure.
    I do not know about Milt Sparks holsters, but all of my holsters (leather and synthetic) work with both the classic and new P99 design. I use a new design P99 at work and my personal classic design P99 when I am off. At the end of the day, I unholster the new design and then holster the classic using the same holster.

    If you are looking for a holster that is specificly designed for the new design, you may be hard pressed. To the best of my knowledge, the muzzles are not different enough demension wise to warrent a full redesigned holster for the new design.

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    Stop messing around

    Stop messing around with all this plastic and buy a Colt Gold Cup. You won’t be disapointed.

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    M&P

    M&P With that said I have never held or fired a P99.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jenglish View Post
    I do not know about Milt Sparks holsters, but all of my holsters (leather and synthetic) work with both the classic and new P99 design. I use a new design P99 at work and my personal classic design P99 when I am off. At the end of the day, I unholster the new design and then holster the classic using the same holster.

    If you are looking for a holster that is specificly designed for the new design, you may be hard pressed. To the best of my knowledge, the muzzles are not different enough demension wise to warrent a full redesigned holster for the new design.
    So what brand of holster do you use for the P99? Also, how hard is it to get spare parts for it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by martial_field View Post
    So what brand of holster do you use for the P99? Also, how hard is it to get spare parts for it?
    I use a Galco Fletch for normal carry, a Galco shoulder holster and a fobus paddle every so often, and a Safariland Thigh Rig during certain assignments. The classic design and new design fit equally well, although those holsters were formed for the classic.

    Parts have never been an issue. I have yet to replace anything on any of my P99's. But when my company switched to the P99 I ordered a couple spare striker units, recoil assemblies, and a barrel. S&W was very quick and I had the spares in under a week.

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    P99

    I own a P99 and would choose another, this time in the AS version. It just may be my next purchase. Shoots great and fits perfect in the hand. I have a Comp-Tac Undercover Pro and a Comp-Tac Paddle holster for the P99. It is much more comfortable to carry than my PX4
    Last edited by Silly; 02-09-2007 at 06:52 PM.

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    I have a Bianchi 7L I use for my P99c, but a Galco Fletch is a great holster too. I had a few Fletch holsters for other guns in the past, so I thought I'd try something different. If I was to get another holster, I'd get either a FLETCH or the nice Galco concealable.

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    Fn P9 !!

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    Walther seems to be leading. Did SW vote twice?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tnoisaw View Post
    Walther seems to be leading. Did SW vote twice?
    He probably voted more than that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Todd View Post
    He probably voted more than that.

    I think SW & Todd each voted 8 times.



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    cute, real cute




    Was not me... Only voted 1 time

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    hehe

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wandering Man View Post
    I think SW & Todd each voted 8 times.



    WM
    Hey now! I'm not a fanatic about one brand like a certain admin on this board.

    I actually don't even think I voted in the poll because I couldn't decide which one I'd want next. I think my XD is great and have no plans on getting rid of it, but I wouldn't get another one (yet) because I want a variety of guns.

    Edit: I just voted for the XD to help it's numbers.

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    I own a P99 Titanium and would select the P99 from the choices as I want to get a P99 AS for my second gun.
    Last edited by indigo; 02-17-2007 at 09:57 PM.

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    Maybe we should move this thread to the Walther forum???

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