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Have been searching for a scope mount for the P99.  I did purchase one for the p22 and think
the same idea could be incorporated into a similar mount for the P99.  But as Bruz said
in one of the earlier topics, an injection mold machine would be necessary.  Here is a illustration
of the p22 mount.  If the bottom indentations were a bit thinner, & the whole unit larger by 1/4
of an inch, this thing would fit on the P99.
 OK,, so anyway,, enough rambling,,, has anyone else placed a scope on their P99?  If so, I'd
like to have the details,, maybe even a small jpeg posted for veiwing, (if possible).
 

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Exactly! The one I bought as I mentioned in the earlier post
is for the p22 & CP99, But the rails just were'nt the right size.
the unit you linked me to (the first one) looks like it might work.
Where can you purchase the :
" Maruzen Tactical Mount Base For Maruzen P99 Series "
??
Do you own this mount?
 

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If I am not mistaken, Earl's Repair has a mount similar to the one for the P.22, but made for the P.99. I don't remember the price but as usual, a little on the high side. Take alook at his site. I think the URL is <carlwalther.com>.

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Ok people, thanks for all the info & advice,, I did finally find a tacticle mount for the P99 at Earls,
it's known as the EARL3,  (a custom job I'm sure) and your correct, they're pricey at $95.00.
Earl has some photographs located here:

http://www.carlwalther.com/images/a_p99_tacmt1.jpg
http://www.carlwalther.com/images/a_p99_tacmt2.jpg
http://www.carlwalther.com/images/a_p99_tacmt3.jpg

And here is where you can get the order info at:

http://www.carlwalther.com/p99acc.htm#p99tacmt

I'm going to have to do some real "smoozin" to talk the little lady into letting me buy another
P99 Toy, (as she would say), because I just spent $50.00 on an aluminum gun case for it.


But it will be mine, oh yes, it will be mine!  
 

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Unfortunately it doesn't fit a real P99, (as I have bought one
and the grooves don't line up by about an 1/8"). I bought it
on gunbroker.com for 40.00 (US). Now I'm talking about the CP99 model mount, if your's is in reference to a differant one,
then I apologize for the misunderstanding.
I'm currently in contact with a group known as Aim-Tech, &
they claim to have a model to fit "real p99's". I will keep you all
aprised as I get more information.
 

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[b said:
Quote[/b] (jumpinjohnathon @ Feb. 08 2003,1:57)]Earls as we know offers one for about $99.00
AimTech offers one for $74.00
From the AimTech site:
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Quote[/b] ]All of the Aimtech pistol mounts (with the exception of the Glock, Sigma and Rail Grabber/Rail Job mounts) mount on the right side of the pistol
If it's like the mount on my Ruger, and the above suggests that it is, it will vibrate after each shot (side to side).  So the dot or crosshairs blur, and you can't really shoot again until it's settled.

I'll try the Earls and report back in a few weeks.
 

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Quote[/b] ]I'll try the Earls and report back in a few weeks.
250 rounds of .40SW, various manufacturers, mostly 180 grains and some 170.

Bushnell red-dot mounted.

I was sceptical, because
a) it is made by an airsoft accessory manufacturer
b) finger-pressure can flex the mount slightly

But it worked. Held zero - as well as I can tell - and stayed on the gun. I tightened the cap screws twice, just cinching them down. I don't think they were loosening, and will do the next 250 without tightening to be sure.

The mount extends backwards over the ejection port, and there are signs that at least some of the casings hit it on the way out, but no misfeeds.

The front was ringed in powder residue for half an inch from the front edge, came off easily with rubbing alcohol.

Looks great, light, easy to install.

There is enough room between the open sights and the mount to use them if you aren't in a hurry.

The gun's rear sight corners hung-up on the mount when taking the slide on or off. Slightly shaving the sight corners with an X-ACTO blade (thank-you, polymer) did the trick, and now it's on/off with no problems.

I like it.

PS: and I like the gun, a lot. Cleaned up easily, shoots pretty much where I point it, feels right in the hand. My second centrefire pistol. First was a 1944 P38, near-mint, purchased a couple of months ago. Fifty years of progress certainly shows!
 

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Well, I've gotten my birthday packages unwrapped and there
she was..... the mount I've been waiting for!  It's heavier than
I thought it would be. Instructions are concise and to the point.
It also is connected like a horsehoe, bridging over on both sides.
There is no side to side movement, it is extremely secured
to the pistol.

 Had to punch out the trigger pin and replace it with the
supplied replacement, but again, was real simple to do.
Basicly took me 6 minutes to fit the mount on, and man is it
rock steady!  Can't wait to add my reddot to it and hit the
range.  I'll add some pictures later as I plan to celebrate thru-
out the weekend!

Summary: So far very happy with the look and feel, be aware
it does add weight to the pistol overall, but I believe that will
actually be a plus for me. It is rock solid and looks and feels like
it is one combined unit.
 

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Alright, I couldn't wait - out the weekend birthday activities without at least trying to upload a
few pictures, (and I will apologize now if they don't turn out well).
So here we go with the first group:
 
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