Did I damage my P99?

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      Did I damage my P99?

      When removing the slide on my P99, I often set the striker without realizing it, thus preventing the slide from coming off. The first time I didn't know that was what was going on and probably just decocked it in the course of messing with it. This last time I couldn't get it off and realized that the striker being cocked was the cause (I don't remember reading that in the manual, but I probably just missed it). Anyway, to my question...

      is it possible or likely that I damaged something by pulling forward on the slide when the striker was set/cocked and thus unable to be disassembled?

      What component actually prevents it from moving forward?


      Thanks.

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      Thanks for link...

      Quote Originally Posted by Shipwreck View Post
      Sorry about the thread jack but I was gonna post a question regarding getting ahold of a PPS in California. Looks like I can move that one off of my short list...to the "wish" list...

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      Quote Originally Posted by Shipwreck View Post
      I did. There's not a ton of action and nobody has responded.

      I sent an email to Walther America about it as well.

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      Well, the P99 experts are there - try bouncing that thread...

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