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    P99 A/S Question

    Hello all,

    I have decided on my first handgun. After actually firing several and feeling up several more, I am hellbent on getting a p99. At a local shop today, I found a used p99 9mm a/s bi-tone. This is the exact configuration that I am looking for. It has 'kk' marked on it so I know its from 1999. The shop is asking $550 but after talking with me for a bit they offered it for $500. It comes with a case and two 10 round magazines. I am a little unsure if its worth this price being as it's 10 years old. The exterior condition is excellent. No wear that I could tell. The action felt crisp and there was no rust or anything that I could find.

    Is this a fair price for this pistol? I was hoping to get a gen2 or 3 for the universal rail but its not that big of a deal if I don't get one so long as I do not overpay

    ALL FEEDBACK IS WELCOMED!

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    bump.

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    Shipwreck is offline HGF Forum Moderator
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    Go check out the Walther forum for more info:

    http://waltherforum.com/

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    Blanco720 is offline Junior Member
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    i did, but i figured i might catch a different group of people here who may not frequent the waltherforums

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    Pretty much, I'm the Walther nut of the forum. But honestly, after saying the same thing for years, I've kinda stopped addressing P99 threads on this forum and others. I can't keep doing it forever.

    The P99 is still my all time fav gun. But, I have other interests in other firearm brands right now.

    My P99 is boringly reliable and accurate. It's the most accurate gun I have for ME. So much so that I have my P99 accuracy, and then my consistent accuracy with any other guns I have or shoot.

    Its maddening that I cannot shoot any other handgun I own as accurately with as much consistency as I do the P99.

    I know what I can do with it (the P99) - so now, I've just been trying to get more accurate with my other guns.

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    As for your question - if U like it, I'd get it. P99s used to be priced at $550-$575. $599 use to be the highest I'd pay. EIther Walther or S&W has limited importation of them in the past 6-12 months, and now the prices at cheap places are around $679 new. It's ridiculous how the prices are so high.

    So, if the condition seems good - go ahead and get it

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    It sounds like a heck of a deal to me. If you don't take it, please let me know where it is and I'll buy it.

    I own a P99 A/s in .40 S&W. I like it a lot, but it's the snappiest .40 I own. I'd love to have one in 9mm as I understand that that, is where it really shines.

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    I bought it. Fired about 25 rounds to check it out. Im terrible with the DA mode, but that is because I am a newer shooter and I anticipate too much. The SA mode I am quite good, if I do say so. Pics to come. Great decision, I love it!

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