Walther P99...which version to get and which barrel to choose?
I am new to hand gun world. I am planning to get a Walther P99 as for self defense, mainly to be used at home.
I checked the web sites and found many information.....and now I have 2 questions would like to ask for help.
1. P99 QA and P99 AS. Which one is better to be used in offensive situation and which one is better to be used in defence situation? Which one gives a better accuracy in fast shooting circumstance?
2. P99 has barrels for 40 S&W and 9 mm. I read the information from multiple users and some say 9 mm gives better penetration, 40 S&W gives better attacking power. But, no one mentions which bullet type fits this gun's mechanical design better. As for QA and AS, which bullet type fits each model better in order to optimize the maximum performance? AS with 9mm; AS with 40 S%W; QA with 9 mm; QA with 40 S&W???
Thank you very much.
....OK...more practice and training.....Still not like that design.
Originally Posted by hud35500
Well~~as you just said, I already planned to try the Sig Sauer P226 or P226 Elite right after I returned the PPQ.
Not sure how to response to you...well..just skip it. I do need practice on shooting, but I still not like the design of safety mix with triger. But if when talking about soliders or special forces who need fast pull and fast shooting, then, this design is perfect.
I only do shooting range practice, so, not really affectt me, just need to be aware that finger never tought the triger unless I am ready to fire........
Sig is external safety, .....
Springfield is much interesting....safety is at the place where the thumb gard is.... I will check if the range has that Springfield gun for rent!!!!
We, anyway, as you say, I will practice more.