Was that barrel made in the good ole U S of A or Taiwan. New or used?
Interesting. 👍That's an excellent deal on your end. You could expect to get at least double that (likely more) if you chose to resell it.
-i'll buy a Walther p99 before I'd sell it.
That is a factory Walther threaded barrel. Where did you get it from?
What is the thread pitch?
Walther has made threaded barrels with at least three different types of thread pitches, with two being left-handed and one being right-handed.
Got the new barrel today, and the slide Will NOT lock out of battery! 😿 We're you able to get you barrels to function when swapped?The P99 and the MR9 are both AS, the AS was just added to the regular P99 as other versions became available. And the barrels/slides from one will fit on the other. MR9 tolerances seem quite a bit tighter though. Haven't tried running them that way though.
This, and the breechface is only wide enough for the cartridge that it was designed for. Using a 9mm barrel on a .40 slide, the barrel would probably be loose on the chamber end as well.You can put a 9mm barrel in a 40 slide.....the hole in the end of the barrel will be TOO big....this is certainly not a shootable combination...just for chitz and grins.
I don't know if there are dimensional differences between the Canik and Walther barrels, but I assume that there would be, not just in the chamber area, but the diameter of the barrel itself, as well as the cam that slides into the locking block.However, I think I may have found an inexpensive work-around to achieve a threaded barrel for my MR9...