The CAT number is an Italian thing. There is a list of all the approved firearms which is called "Catalogo nazionale delle armi" (national firearms catalogue). So every P99 in .40 S&W shows the same number.Wow yes! How did you do? Explain me please!
The limited "James Bond" editions exist in 9mm Luger (9x19mm) and .40 S&W only.Why caliber 9x21 is most desirable?
Moreover, only on the caliber .40 S&W is written: "one of one thousand"!
That's an understandable analogy. Unfortunately, Rigons in Italy only had the choice between the limited edition 4 door and the more or less specially for his country produced 3 door because the desireable 2 door has no local approval.I'll try to explain it like this- A 69 malibu is still a rather desireable vintage muscle car. IF it has 2 doors. If it has 4 doors, very few people want it. Right now, .40 is a 4 door caliber to a lot of people.