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Well this would do it for me :D
One of the hardest P99's to find.... who's the first to tell me why :confused:



 

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Please let me know if the added links will open ??
If not there might be still some software that needs tweaking

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does the link ans the thumbnails open for you Shipwreck
 

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Who's "Kelly Hu" :confused:
 

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Who's "Kelly Hu" :confused:

:D - Sorry - I forgot U stick to only the Walther section of the Handgun Forum. JS has a thing for Kate Beckinsale (he mentions her in his signature there), and I like Kelly Hu :p

I was just trying to be funny - sorry :p

Here is a link to a pic of her (didn't wanna post the actual pic here)
This is a very tame pic:
http://img487.imageshack.us/img487/3/hu0016vp.jpg
 

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That P99 is one of 250 pistols produced as a pre-serial series with serial numbers ranging from V1631-V1880. The V is for V-Sector. The P99 before the P99 went into full production. Very nice!

What do I win? :D :D
 

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Damn that was too easy I guess.....
this gun is currently for sale in Germany.....
the "V" stands for "Versuchsmodel" which would translate to trial or testing model
*edit... thought it be interesting to mention that the "V" is also used @ H&K *end edit

wish it was easier to import guns :mad:
 

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Same here.........I am not "authorized" or do not have permission to view them. I feel so.......humiliated............ :)
 

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Maybe you needed to be a "supporting member" to access. Thanks for posting the pics though.

AND.........FYI............my check in now in the mail!
 

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Well this would do it for me :D
One of the hardest P99's to find.... who's the first to tell me why :confused:



Well, it's one of the early prototypes, looks like S/N V1777, so what's so special about it beyond that? :confused:

Split trigger, original prototypes (I don't know the number of prototypes produced). Was this one used in early reviews or something? Or was it alledgedly used in Tomorrow Never Dies (First appearance of P99 in the James Bond movies)?

Waiting curiously...

James
 

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Where did you get the #'s from though ??
The serial #'s I have for those trial P99's are a bit 'bigger' than what you stated up in your post.
I have on record V1615 to V1932 in 1994
Preproduction in 1995 and series manufcturing in 1996 starting with serial # 001001 with some of those having "model M" on the frame.....
and then in 2004 P99/AS started with serial # FAA1001
 
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