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One of the wholesale distributors shows them in stock in both calibers.
Black frame/Blue slide.
Picture shows.
New rail
No hump in trigger
Short magazine release.

They aint cheap but they are in stock and available.
 

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yea... looks like the wait is over
 

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I needa another one since I had to sell the new one I just got due to a boo boo.... I ended up getting a USP compact, but now I need a fullsize A/S replacement
 

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Not sure why they ever decided to stop bringing those in. I know a lot of people like that trigger. Personally I like the QA best, but don't mine the AS.
 

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my 2 cents
Walther had a big backorder due to filling European police orders....but thats just a wild guess...
 

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Regardless of why they stopped importing it.
The AS trigger is what makes the P99 so unique from all the other polymer striker fired plastic that's out there.
 

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Yes I so agree with you on that one......
 

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Yes, but that may change. Other's are starting to copy everything else about the P99. Backstraps, ergo grip, etc.
 

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Gotta have a picture! Any one have a picture of this new P99?


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Quote[/b] ]The AS trigger is what makes the P99 so unique from all the other polymer striker fired plastic that's out there.
10-4 good buddy! I'll go along with that! It's certainly one of the factors that has me sold on the AS P99's...
 

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Quote[/b] (Hal8000 @ April 27 2006,1:03)]Gotta have a picture! Any one have a picture of this new P99?


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Quote[/b] ]The AS trigger is what makes the P99 so unique from all the other polymer striker fired plastic that's out there.
10-4 good buddy! I'll go along with that! It's certainly one of the factors that has me sold on the AS P99's...
Did something change?

I think it looks the same.
 

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Quote[/b] (noj @ April 27 2006,4:14)]isn't the short mag release from the older models?
Yes and no. The short mag release was on the older models, but did appear on the newer models for the first year or two.
Now it looks like they're all sportin' the long mag release lever.
 

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Hey guys,

I just received the new 2006 Walther Catalog in the mail. And yes, the P99 AS is back in both calibers. I can scan these pictures if you guys like, and I can post onto the site. Any objections? They also have the target and sports pistols (The SSP and the GSP) in the catalog, also.

(I'm adding the P99 Compact to my collection!)
 

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Quote[/b] ]Can anyone point me to a distributor who has them in stock and I can buy over the web? Thanks.
I second that. I know the exact P99 I want (2006 AS with the elongated mag release) and an FFL to ship to, but can't find a supplier over the web.
 

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You can't buy direct from a distributer, unless you have an FFL.

Check out gunsamerica.com or gunbroker.com
 

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Quote[/b] (othello @ April 29 2006,4:14)]Hey guys,

I just received the new 2006 Walther Catalog in the mail. And yes, the P99 AS is back in both calibers. I can scan these pictures if you guys like, and I can post onto the site. Any objections? They also have the target and sports pistols (The SSP and the GSP) in the catalog, also.

(I'm adding the P99 Compact to my collection!)
Yes! Please scan and post the catalog!
 
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