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Old 03-22-2012, 01:07 AM   #1
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PPQ Classic Magazine Part Numbers

this needs to be a sticky, not sure why the other thread is a sticky when the info is 6 pages in and not the first post

got some of the info from PPQ FTW

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9mm - WAF76000 - 10rd , WAF76001 - 15rd , WAF76002 - 17rd
40 cal - WAF77001 - 10rd , WAF77002 - 12rd , WAF 77003 - 14rd

P99 mags: New (red) or Old (blue -with modifications)
9mm - WAF65000 - 10rd , WAF65004 - 15rd
40 cal - WAF66000 - 10rd , WAF66001 - 12rd

Mag Research Baby Desert Eagle "Fast Action"
9mm - MAGFA915 - 15rd , MAGFA910 - 10rd
40 cal - MAGFA4010 - 10rd , MAGFA4011 - 11rd

Pro Mag
9mm - SMI-17 - 10rd , WAL-04 - 10rd , WAL-A2 - 15rd , WAL-A5 - 20rd , WAL-A9 - 32rd
40 cal - WAL-05 - 10rd ,


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Old 03-22-2012, 01:50 AM   #2
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Mag P99 9mm Luger 15-Round Steel Blue

I want to know if the mags listed above as Walther #: 2681226
are the same as the new p99 mags WAF65004
that 2681226 shows up in the walther parts diagram for the 9mm p99 AS. but there is no mention of the WAF numbers seen in the mag thread.
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Old 03-22-2012, 02:40 AM   #3
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that is because its a S&W part # not Walthers.

only way youd find out is to buy one and see

and if it is the same you have to modify it

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I know some will stick their nose up at this but we have to include WAL-A2. Which is the pro mag number for the p99 mag..
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The .40 cal MAGFA4011 is actually 11 rounds not 12. Thought I would mention it for the sake of acuracy. The front lip needs to be modified as well for safe and proper clearance of the feed ramp.
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Mag P99 9mm Luger 15-Round Steel Blue

I want to know if the mags listed above as Walther #: 2681226
are the same as the new p99 mags WAF65004
that 2681226 shows up in the walther parts diagram for the 9mm p99 AS. but there is no mention of the WAF numbers seen in the mag thread.
Hey all, a follow up to this. the mags in the above link DO work in the PPQ. they seem to come with gray followers though. I just got a couple of them delivered yesterday, and had the gf test the mags out since im away at the moment. They lock back the slide when empty, they fall free from the gun when mag release is pressed (tested empty) with no help and clearance between mag and feed ramp looks good. when compared to the PPQ factory mags, they are pretty much identical (in the areas that matter). Havent done range testing yet. hope this helps
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Old 04-23-2012, 12:27 PM   #7
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I know some will stick their nose up at this but we have to include WAL-A2. Which is the pro mag number for the p99 mag..
I ordered and received (2) of the ProMag WAL-A2's for my PPQ. Unfortunately 1 of the 2 mags would consistently lock the slide back after the second to last round was fired (leaving the last round in the mag). The other mag worked just fine, no issues at all. No (other) issues with these mags though. Will be range mags only.

I have now ordered/received 2 Baby Eagle mags to try out.
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Old 04-26-2012, 10:12 PM   #8
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Does anybody know if the magazine by Magnum Research INC (made in Israel) MAG4010 will work for PPQ?
Baby Eagle Fullsize 40s&w 10rd Mag New Factory

Thanks

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thanks for posting this! very useful
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