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I saw a new style P99 QA today at a gun show. It was a .40 and was actually a very nice piece! It looked a lot better to me in real life than in pictures. The craftsmanship was excellent. It wasn't the ambidextious type though. But I could see the molding where the ambi slide release levers would go. They must mill those out later if they're going to make a QA with the Ambi-release.?

Eventually I'll probably get one.

I did not see any Compact P99's or G22's.
 

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P88,

I'm guessing that you were at the Gun Show at the Western Idaho Fairground?

If you were, which table did you see it?

I spent about 2 hours walking around (looking for Mags), and I didn't see any thing like the new P99.

But I will say that my son really did enjoy the ADA county safety stuff in the West parking lot (He loves the choppers).
 

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JMRx4,

You are correct! I was there on Saturday. The New P99 was at the Mountain Home Gunbrokers table. It was on his end table towards the west.
 

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Yep, missed it for sure, bummer.

When we were on the west side of the building , we were mainly looking at the Buckhorn Gun table.

Not a bad show all-in-all. I wish I had things together for the Ft. Boise show back in April or May. I still remember the last one I went to in Boise was at the Bank of America Center.
 

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When was that? I've never heard of them having a gun show in the B of A center.

I didn't find any other Walther's that were dying to come home with me. I may have bought that new P99 if it were a 9mm. I've got too many .40's.

I did pick me up a nice DSA FAL scope mount and a few books. My son had to have one of those plastic samuri swords. All in all an ok gun show. The new P99 was probably the funnest thing I saw.
 
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