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I just got a call that my NIB P99c came in to my dealer. So I go and pick it up and before I leave the range I decide to run a few hundred rounds through it. It is a AS version, like my other two full-size P99's. So my problem is that the thing would eat EVERYTHING that I could feed it...WWB, Wolf, Brown Bear, my own Reloads, 115-124-145 gr. That little compact just would eat everything...and I don't know about what others have said but I don't find its recoil any different from my other P99's. Only thing that may make some difference is the flat bottomed mag as to have something to hold. AND did I tell you my BIGGEST problem? The thing shoots dead on, POA...One big ragged, jagged hole...boy oh boy, do I have a problem....
 

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I knew you were going to love that compact---if you decided to buy it. It is one sweet little power house.

Don't we all wish we had your problems.......




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Sniper,
If you ever get lost in Louisville, let me know, I really enjoy company with whom I can share my problems...goes for any other Walther guys too!
 

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I use a Fobus paddle. Simple, cheap, rides close to the body...I also have a Galco and it is really nice to...but I use the Fobus most of the time.
 

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Quote[/b] ]What Fobus paddle and Galco do you use?
Galco is the F.E.D. Paddle, premium leather, fully lined, adjustable paddle. Thumb break...

Fobus is a standard paddle. Roto-paddle protrudes too far from the body...IMHO.
 
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