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Old 05-16-2007, 12:21 AM   #11
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i carry my P99c in a fobus holster designed for a fullsize P99,have no probs at all.retains the pistol perfectly.
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My Fobus paddle will fit all Walther p99s. Early, late frame style and the compact. Model # is WP99.
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Old 05-16-2007, 10:07 AM   #13
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I have a regular paddle holster for training (uncle mikes) that works on the P99 and the P99c.....
I did buy a belt slide that I find perfect for the P99c. It's a DonHume and for under $25 it's a deal IMHO you can't beat.... I don't like it for the P99 since the slide sticks out on the bottom too much......
if you like clip-on holsters there is one you can get from Earl's that is for the P99c and it is Walther marked....
and if you want to wait some time and spent some good money you can contact Matt DelFatti and have him make one for the P99c.... or Fist holsters has a mold for the P99c.....
I think there might be a few others that make one for the P99c but any holster that works for the P99 will work for the P99c
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Old 05-16-2007, 11:26 AM   #14
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I did buy a belt slide that I find perfect for the P99c. It's a DonHume and for under $25 it's a deal IMHO you can't beat....
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How is the retention with that slide? Looks a little flimsy from here but it may just be my perspective...does it secure okay?
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Old 05-16-2007, 11:41 AM   #15
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it does great.....it was way tight when I first got it....
I am not sure how tight it will stay though
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Old 05-16-2007, 12:42 PM   #16
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Yeah I didn't think I saw a tension spring screw...leather does have a tendency to loosen up some and with the shorter barrel of the compact I would be a little leery. In some cases size does matter and a 1/2" can make all the difference in the world...
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Ahem.... not to return to the subject of this thread or anything like that...but let me just get this straight: there is no difference other than the finish and the markings between the S&W products and that of Walther?

Or did I miss something before we got off into screws on holsters?
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ther triggerguard on the SW99 is different....
the SW99c does not have a rail like the P99c....
and it's not just the finish that is different...... SW99's are SS
from what I know about metal, SS is not as hard as regular steel.... but what do I know
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