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    sigbear is offline Junior Member
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    Walther P99c, I like it, But?

    I bought a P99c about a month ago and like the gun just fine, however, when I break it down to clean it, I just can't help notice how fragile the gun looks compared to my 2 sigs.
    I'm talking about inside the polymer frame, the little tiny springs, the ramp etc.
    This is my 1st polymer gun, I know that the glock is a pretty reliable and rugged gun, are the internal frame components beefier or similar to the P99.

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    The recoil spring on the Glock 26 is almost identical to the one in the Walther - The insides are also similiar enough. Do not worry. Don't throw the frame down on the ground and jump on it without a mag in the thing and the slide on the frame, but otherwise, it is durable enough.

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