My 9mm P99 was purchased new in May 2002 for $550.00. According to the markings, it was manufactured in Germany. Many of my handguns have come and gone. This P99 remains. It is by far the most accurate of all my current handguns.
P99QA in OD green
Last edited by Shipwreck; 09-24-2006 at 09:15 PM.
It's just a modest collection of Walthers.
I'd like to complete the collection with a P88, but I don't see that happening any time soon!!
One is a QA and one's a AS. I can't decide which one I like better.
Thanks. I also have a P99c AS on the way, which will bring the count to EIGHT! OOHAHAHAHAHAHAHAAHAHAHAHAH! (super villian laugh)
Here are just a few of mine......
The P5 is now sporting some Nill's
Nice guns, Uncut. I'd love a P5 with Nils too. I have a pic I saved from a wallpaper website a while back. Beautiful gun
Here she is with Nills
Here is my P38
and my G22
Last edited by Shipwreck; 01-02-2007 at 06:18 AM.
Hope ya don't mind - I shrank them down a little - they were double the size of the screen...
Uncut - Very nice collection. What kind of grip is on the P99AS?
Shipwreck..... no problem.....hope you do it to the other ones I am about to post too
I need a "automatic" resizer for my pics... I hate it when they are not the same size and the way they come out of a 5 Megpix camera is huge
It is a Walther Dermagrip..... goes for about $20 and is worth every penny of it IMHO.... it is heatshrink material and you cut off the excess with a knife...only bad part is if you wanna swap backstraps on the P99 you have to cut it and it is NOT reusable... also only for use with Polymer guns as moisture might get between grip and dermagrip and cause unwanted reactions with metal parts...
http://kiei.biz/home these guys carried it at some point... I think they only show what items are in stock at any given time so check back with them.... or if you don't mind shopping at Earl's he has it for $20.... $25 minimum order though at Earl's
Last edited by Shipwreck; 01-02-2007 at 11:41 AM.
Uncut - I'll have to look into that. Is it rubberized or hard plastic after you shrink it?