I purchased a new old stock P99 from a store. The gun was said to be new and its a gen 1 pistol. The serial number dates it back to 1998! I was stoked about my find as I really wanted the design look of the gen 1. Upon inspecting the internals of the gun, it appeared to be new to me but of course the difference between a few shots and new would be very difficult for me to the tell the difference. I went to the range yesterday and tried my new P99 using PMC bronze ammo and CCI Blazer Brass. Both ammo's I've never had problems with in my springfield XD and CZ P-01. In my P99 the gun would jam every shot or every other shot at best. In fact the first round jammed. I was very disappointed and am pretty frustrated because I might have gotten myself into a lemon. I tried both 10 rd factory mags that came with it and 15 rd Magnum research mags that are suppose to be identical and neither worked any better. Most all of the jams, the empty brass case from the fired round would be jammed in keeping the next round from entering into the chamber. So I think its failing to extract, but I'm no gun expert. I didn't get the chance to clean it before shooting which I usually do with new guns, but by the time I thought of it, it was too late. Anyone have any ideas? If it is a faulty P99, do you think Walther would even cover it as it was made in 1998??? Thanks for your help!