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    Junior Member LegionnaireZ's Avatar
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    Finally brought it home!

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    Although not in time to participate in the monthly contest, i finally got my P99 home. and i couldn't be happier!
    i looked at the manufacture letters... they are KH so my thoughts are... it's kinda old... but it works great!
    here are the pics:






    *edited* for typos
    Last edited by LegionnaireZ; 12-05-2006 at 10:49 AM.

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    U da man! Another P99 fan added to the ranks!

    Between the P99 fans and the Texas members, we'll take over soon

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    Nice, congratulations.

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    Senior Member Baldy's Avatar
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    Good looking pistol and some good pictures. Now besure to let us know how it shoots for you. Good luck with it.

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    WOW! That's a great pistol you have there. Congrats!

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    Junior Member LegionnaireZ's Avatar
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    It shoots great... flawlessly, since her manufacture date is '97 the trigger's as smooth as silk...

    i fired around 100 rounds of WWB through it this past saturday and it didn't FTF or FTE not once...

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    Now ya needa get some mags that have more than 10 rounds

    Walther makes 15 round mags, and S&W makes 16 round mags. I have some of both

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    Junior Member Stachie's Avatar
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    Shipwreck is right, you should pick up some hi-cap magazines. However, stay away from those extended capacity magazines; I bought a 20rd. mag for mine and the stupid thing has feed problems on almost every round.

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    Junior Member LegionnaireZ's Avatar
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    I've been pondering that... i know promag had some 30 rounders...
    but i read the customer reviews on the mag and most of them weren't too pleased... one stated and i quote

    "It's better to have 2 15s that fired reliably than 1 30 that doesn't"

    but i'm still curious as to why they malfunction... and if slightly tweaking it will help...

    either way, i will eventually be aquiring some 15s... 10s just seem to go too quick... and reloading a mag every time i empty one is kind of cumbersome... I only have 1 right now...

    thanks for all your comments guys!

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