To be frank, if I could somehow convince Federal Arms to make Walther P99 .357 Sig barrels, that's what I would have done. However, it was much easier to work with Bar-Sto. Paying 50% down for the first twenty barrels enabled this.[b said:Quote[/b] ]Ken, why did you switch to Barsto then? Do you believe it is a better barrel than Federal Arms? Does Barsto make a drop in for the G35 in 357?
If you are asking about the regular production Bar-Sto barrels, you will pay approximately $207 shipped, if you order directly from Bar-Sto. You might, eventually, be able to purchase them from Brownell's (& others) for a bit less.[b said:Quote[/b] (Argentum @ Dec. 23 2002,2:45)]How much will these barrels sell for?
Nope, but they will be dimensionally the same as .40 Auto Walther P99 barrels, made from stainless steel (meaning shiny).[b said:Quote[/b] ]1st- Do you have picture
Field strip, replace factory .40 Auto barrel with Bar-Sto .357 Sig conversion barrel, then reassemble.[b said:Quote[/b] ]2nd-How do you install
It may very well void the warranty, but the only way that Walther America would know that you used a non-factory barel would be if you volunteered that information.[b said:Quote[/b] ]3rd-warranty
It's a bit late to add to the order, but email me offline ([email protected]) to work out something.[b said:Quote[/b] ]4th-How much do I have to send
Use the .40 Auto ones.[b said:Quote[/b] ]5th- Mags