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Is it possible to install a JPoint Red Dot Sight onto a P99? Melt? I would imagine that the decocker would be a problem. What is it's an AS?
 

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I don't see how it could mount...at least not far enough back to holster the pistol.

That is a damned interesting design that J point. I need to check that out sometime. Might have a reason to shoot the wife's glock.
 

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Not fimiliar with that Jpoint sight ............. but that type of sight has been around for many years now. The company that pioneered this type of sight was " DOCTOR" . Check it out.......it is simply the best money can buy at almost $400 a pop !! [ Google Doctor's gun sight ]

Doctor also provides many mounting platforms to use on pistols - don't know if they have one for the Walther yet. I know they make one for the 1911 :D

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Not fimiliar with that Jpoint sight ............. but that type of sight has been around for many years now. The company that pioneered this type of sight was " DOCTOR" . Check it out.......it is simply the best money can buy at almost $400 a pop !! [ Google Doctor's gun sight ]

Doctor also provides many mounting platforms to use on pistols - don't know if they have one for the Walther yet. I know they make one for the 1911 :D

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Thanks, Sniper.
 

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Off topic, but they work great on a rifle/carbine as a backup sight. ARMS and Larue make a mount to piggyback one onto a conventional scope.

Works great for competition. Zero your scope at 100 yards and your dot at 25 and you can go near/far and back in no time.
 
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