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Old 03-30-2010, 04:57 PM  
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Parts numbers for key Walther items

We've had a request for a Sticky that provides the parts numbers for key Walther items that come up again and again. For example:

1. The grip extension for the P99C is Stock No. 2730537 and costs just under $18.

2. The finger extensions for P99 and P99C magazines are Stock No. 2688522 and cost just over $2.

If you run into a part and can share the number and price, add it here.

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Parts arrived today and fit as expected.
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I picked up 4 S&W SW9C magazines for both S&W and Walthers at Tulsa gun show two weeks ago. All came without grip extensions but have the S&W bottom plates, springs, etc., just no grip extensions for little finger. Do I need Extensions or entensions and butt plates?

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BTW got one hell of a deal on "New In Original Factory Bags" magazines, including S&W printed factory inserts. Now I've got 6 magazines. That should last a while.
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Part number 2730537 is a molded piece that allows you to use full size P99 magazines w/o the extra metal of the magazine being exposed and the worry of over-insertion.

Visual reference at http://www.carl-walther.de/zubehoer.php?zid=796&lc=en

Part number 2688522 would be the base plate w/ finger (pinky) extension that you can use to replace flat magazine bases.

Visual reference at http://www.midwayusa.com/viewProduct...tnumber=816664
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"Glock sight tool"

Some (most?) replacement front sites require a 3/16" nut driver. You can get a specialized Glock sight tool for $20 or more, or just get one from a hardware store. Here's the one I got via Amazon to install my TruGlo front sight. http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B000O5ILUM/
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Hoping that I got the right parts,because one of these I do remember being much more expensive when I called about it a year ago. This was from Smith and Wesson rather than Earls.

Sear Block Housing - part#2624389

Factory Recoil Spring - part#2625164

I'll have to edit this when these parts come in to make sure they sent me the right thing.
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please list what P99 it was... the searblock housing has a different part # from "AS" to "QA" and is different yet again from 9m to .40sw to 9x21mm

While I think this list of part #'s is a good thing, we should make sure that we only list non "internal" components here... for the "internal" components look up the parts list found on Walthers webpage.... also while I have not done the crossrefference ... there is different part pages for the different years of production "pre 2004" and new guns.. and yet I found another one dated 2009

my point... always double check and the part #'s are just a general guideline to help the S&W folks to find it on their computer I think
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Hoping that I got the right parts,because one of these I do remember being much more expensive when I called about it a year ago. This was from Smith and Wesson rather than Earls.

Sear Block Housing - part#2624389

Factory Recoil Spring - part#2625164

I'll have to edit this when these parts come in to make sure they sent me the right thing.
This was for a pre-2004 closed rail 9mm. I guess the older equivalent of the AS trigger. I'll refrain from posting anything besides questions from now on.
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I checked the PDF and it APPEARS to me that there is an ambi slide release for the P99 and C that I have only seen a couple pics of here and there. Has anyone tried to order part number 2710188 to get ambi release?
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[QUOTE=NJ5A;87528]I picked up 4 S&W SW9C magazines for both S&W and Walthers at Tulsa gun show two weeks ago. All came without grip extensions but have the S&W bottom plates, springs, etc., just no grip extensions for little finger. Do I need Extensions or entensions and butt plates?

Weren't the extensions made so that you could use the larger magazines in the smaller guns?
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