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Yes, I have 2. They are great. Good training tool for the P99, and they are fun to shoot.

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Good!

I bought one about a year ago. It's been a lot of fun to shoot. Really accurate, too.

My only complaint is the pellets falling out of the magazine. Do you have that problem? I have the Walther magazines.

What pellets do you use?

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I do not ever have a problem with the pellets falling out. I've been using the Walther pellets that came with it, and a BUNCH of Crossman flatnose pellets.

I'm using the original Walther magazines. I'm not aware of any others.

Are you using flat nose pellets?

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James,

I've used 2 types of pellets - Crossman pointed and Crossman wadcutters.

The wadcutters fit better but last time at WW they were out. I'll see if I can get some of the Walther pellets.

Did your CP99 come with 2 backstraps? mine did.
The CP99 feels a tad large for my grip with the smallest one installed. I don't know how these compare to the backstraps that come with the P99 but I know it has 3.

I've been looking at buying a P99 in 9mm. The firing range I go to rents HKs and Glocks, but not Walthers. So, I've shot the USP Compact and Glock 19 for comparison and ruled out the Glock. I haven't found a P99 that I can shoot just to make sure.

I know the CP99 has the same dimensions as the P99. I love the way it feels in my hand - very comfortable. I'm also interested in the recoil as I want my 13 yr. old son to be able to shoot it. The USP Compact is a bit too much for him.

We recently bought a P22 - and both love it.

Thanks for any info. you can contribute to this.

Rick









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I'm getting a CP Sport for Christmas. I'll let you know how it shoots then.

I have shot my friends CP99 and it was very accurate like yours. I did notice that some of the pellets would fall out also. I think he was using crosman pellets.

Also, I think the dimensions are a little bit bigger on the CP99 than the P99. Or it just seemed to me that way because the CP99 had a different feel to it than my P99's do.

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CP99s are slightly smaller than P99s. I dont have one, but I like the way they look. I like my blowback PPK/S Co2.:cool:
 
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