Well, if ya get one, make sure to get one w/ the A/S trigger - not the QA.
True - others with a longer barrel may have an advantage. But, I too have a Glock 34. I have also prev had 5" 1911s, and a 4.5" barrelled fullsize USP. For me, I shoot my 4" P99 better than all of the above.
As mentioned in other posts, I have a childhood injury that causes my left hand to shake a bit (some days worse than others). This, in addition to my asthma and allergy medications pretty much ensures that I will never get the score of 50 (on our competition targets we use at this website). This is very, very irritating to me. But, what can U do.
I was amazed when I shot that 49 out of 50 a couple of months back. I probably cannot duplicate that. It was also the same day that I shot the great score I did at 15 yards as well. That was one hell of a day at the range for me.
But, for whatever reason, I found the perfect gun for me. On a bench rest - some of those other guns may be more accurate than the P99. But in my hand, I haven't found 1 that shoots better for me. Having owned handguns since 1993, I find it a little strange, actually. I really don't know why I shoot the best with the gun compared to others....
If I didn't typically get bored with duplicate guns whenever I own more than 1 of the same thing, I'd probably own 6 P99s and nothing else. But inevitably, I shoot 1 of the duplicates, and the other just sits there. Originally, I couldn't find a fullsize P99 A/S and had to settle for the SW99 clone. Now that I do have the P99, however, the SW99 mostly just sits there (even though it is an awesome gun).
If ya find one, let me know how U like it. Unless U get an older, used model, U won't be able to find the A/S model in green. I too wanted a green one originally. But for now, they are only importing the A/S model in black. Only the QA models come in colors...