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I saw a few brand spanking NIB P99Cs for sale both on gunbroker and on a reputable web dealer (gunprime.com) within the last 45 days or so. It was only a handful, though. I posted about them in a recent thread. Someone reviewed the pistol on 7/9/20 at gunprime.com so I assume they bought one of the few new ones they had.

I'm not sure if they were dug out of a dark corner in the warehouse or if they from a recent production run.
 

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When I emailed Earl he responded, "The 100% German Walther Model P99 and the P99C pistols are no longer made. We have a few P99AS 9mm pistols in stock as you can see and order on our website: www.carlwalther.com or give us a call and we will ship one today. The cost is $695. Please advise."
 

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When I emailed Earl he responded, "The 100% German Walther Model P99 and the P99C pistols are no longer made. We have a few P99AS 9mm pistols in stock as you can see and order on our website: www.carlwalther.com or give us a call and we will ship one today. The cost is $695. Please advise."
Thanks for the reply. Heretofore I had from time to time considered getting rid of my German Walther p99 because I never carried it because you have to shoot your first shot on double action and frankly that could get you killed if you miss or worse your shot went wide of the mark and you shot some innocent bystander. But now that I know the German guns are history I probably will never sell it and if I ever am forced to sell it I will be asking a kings ransom for it and probably get it too as people often panic and go wild with their money when they can no longer buy a gun because its been discontinued. I still shoot from time to time my P99 on the range even though I have never carried it and never will. I like it for a range gun.
 

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NICE OD - passed one up years ago on GB for a good price and regret it. My BEST is my classic, but it is only black (of course so was 007's). Thanks for posting.
 

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Do we really think these are NOT going to be produced in limited runs (like they are every year) ever again????
 

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sh!t. so the P99 AS full size IS no longer made :(.. .that means I'm going to have pay Earl's butt rape price of $695 to get one. Sigh
 

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Not if you hold out for a used one...
 

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You have to wonder, will P99's produced even be imported here? Seems the PPQ is much more popular now.
 

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Thanks for the reply. Heretofore I had from time to time considered getting rid of my German Walther p99 because I never carried it because you have to shoot your first shot on double action and frankly that could get you killed if you miss or worse your shot went wide of the mark and you shot some innocent bystander.
Learn to use the gun for its intended purpose. Learn the DA and you’ll master the best combat guns out there. You don’t have to hit bystanders. Really.

Earnest knows...https://youtu.be/FsoX26OhDCY
 

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I never carried it because you have to shoot your first shot on double action and frankly that could get you killed if you miss or worse your shot went wide of the mark and you shot some innocent bystander.
No offense sir, but I am so tired of this old trope that I am forced to respond. With a minimal amount of training and practice the DA first shot will be on target. You WILL NOT put the bullet in the ground in front of your target, or pull it to one side or the other and take out a bystander, or your TV set, or whatever. This nonsense has been touted for years by people who are pushing their own personal training or brand preference agendas. If you have to use your DA/SA pistol in self defense you will never even notice the DA pull on the first shot, or the transition to SA on the subsequent shot or shots taken.
Trust me on this.
 

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I’ve actually found the DA pull on my P99c to be exceptional. Each range session I always shoot at least two or three magazines slow fire, decocking and grounding between each round. It’s very, very controllable and accurate.
 
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