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Hello all, I am new to the forums and am considering buying a p99. I am a Glockster from way back and carry a g19 on duty. I have been looking hard at the p99 and want some input from everyone. What is a good price for a new pistol, and how does this compare to a glock? Thanks in advance..
 

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Well if you comparing the Glock to the P99. I would say that the P99 runs around 480-500+ Dollars. Check gunbroker or doc walthers for pricing.

Walthers are very egronomic and plesant to shoot. If this is your carry gun you will have some nice features. DA/SA, has a decocker, and a very long DA pull. It points and shoots very accuratly, and has high caps. Bottom line: reliable and accurate.


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I wasn't as fortunate in finding mine at a reasonable price,
($579.00 for tacticle green version).  But, after firing Glocks,
CZ, Star, Astra & S/W, I found the Walther P99 to be the best
in accuracy/grouping (for me). I also like being able to change
the size of the grip, (sm, med, lrg) for whomever is with me.
Dissassembly is a breeze for cleaning, & if you like Glock's, well
the P99 has the same tennifer coating for anti-corrosion.
Overall, I've never shot better,, love it!
 

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My P99 is capable of 2.5" groups at 50ft, slow fire, on a good day. Fine accuracy for defensive purposes.
Trigger is excellent & has fed everything I've tried incl JHP.
Great ergonomics.
Price in MA, $529-$539 plus tax.
 

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10 rd accuracy at 50 feet off-hand using Win Value Pack
G17 - 4" (8rds 1.7")
P99 - 3.9" (7rds 1.6")

this was back on the 2nd range outing with my P99, i've been shooting the Glock for 8months before buying the P99.

$489 in the N.E. Ohio area
 
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