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EBAY has them but they seem pricey to me.

Buds also has them.
Both show in stock as of now (09:33 Eastern)
 

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Another approach would be to Google “Walther 2688522” (without the quotation marks) and see what comes up. With a bit of luck, you might find them locally. The search will also reveal older threads on this theme which have come up on this forum.

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EBAY has them but they seem pricey to me.

Buds also has them.
Both show in stock as of now (09:33 Eastern)
Thanks, but those are the sleeves that fit over the full-size mags so you can use them in the 99C. I'm looking for a replacement for the flat base plate that came with one of the ten-round mags that came with the gun.

Another approach would be to Google “Walther 2688522” (without the quotation marks) and see what comes up. With a bit of luck, you might find them locally. The search will also reveal older threads on this theme which have come up on this forum.

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Thanks also, I tried that and had no luck. :(

I've emailed customer service, hopefully, they have some in stock.
 

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Thanks, but those are the sleeves that fit over the full-size mags so you can use them in the 99C. I'm looking for a replacement for the flat base plate that came with one of the ten-round mags that came with the gun.


Thanks also, I tried that and had no luck. :(

I've emailed customer service, hopefully, they have some in stock.

To avoid confusion and aggravation when ordering, use the part-number I gave you above (2688522).
The part which you DON'T want is the Grip Extension, part-number 2796635.

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Any reason one of these base plates could NOT be used on a full size P99 by someone with large hands that wants a little more purchase on the grip?
 

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Any reason one of these base plates could NOT be used on a full size P99 by someone with large hands that wants a little more purchase on the grip?
Yes, they certainly will work on a full-size P99 (or PPQ), as they simply replace the flat plastic baseplate common to the P99/P99c and PPQ. If you use them like this on a PPQ, you will be left with a 4-5mm gap which might nip your finger, as the magwell of the PPQ is different from the P99c (which has a downward-pointing lip in front). However, Kar98's suggestion would probably be a more sensible choice (but you'll still be left with the gap). You could go a step further and take the P99 20-round mag (part-number 2796546) and use it together with the grip-extension (2796635).

Just in case you're wondering, they definitely WILL NOT work as an additional extension to the 17-round magazines, in order to accommodate King Kong paws! Of course, if you've got REALLY REALLY large paws, you could use them to further extend the 20-round mag!!!

The 17-round mag (15+2) is Walther part-number 2796694. Note that it is designed for the PPQ M2 (with button mag release) and not for the PPQ Classic or P99 (with lever mag release) - so, on second thoughts, it would be a bad choice. You might be able to order an extension “kit”, consisting of the +2 baseplate, the metal plate and longer spring and use that with your existing P99 full-size mag.

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The 17-round mag (15+2) is Walther part-number 2796694. Note that it is designed for the PPQ M2 (with button mag release) and not for the PPQ Classic or P99 (with lever mag release) - so, on second thoughts, it would be a bad choice. You might be able to order an extension “kit”, consisting of the +2 baseplate, the metal plate and longer spring and use that with your existing P99 full-size mag.

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The PPQ M1/P99 17 round magazine is Walther part number 2796449 though.

Either way on THIRD thought, it comes to my attention that the user's location restricts magazine capacity to ten rounds, and unless you're at a range, you're only allowed to load seven rounds. So it's all a moot point anyway.
 

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The PPQ M1/P99 17 round magazine is Walther part number 2796449 though.

Either way on THIRD thought, it comes to my attention that the user's location restricts magazine capacity to ten rounds, and unless you're at a range, you're only allowed to load seven rounds. So it's all a moot point anyway.

I stand corrected! Odd that I overlooked that, as I already have two of them. He'd still have to deal with the gap though, which could prove to be uncomfortable.

The poster made no mention of local restrictions.

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Don't see why they wouldn't work, but you could get the 17 round mags instead. Grip extension, AND two extra rounds.

Also, good gawd, man, do you have skillets for hands?
LOL actually yes on the skillets! Not meaty or fat at all, but quite wide with long fingers. My hand size is why I am not a member of the P99C club. The full size P99 is actually a smidge small in my hand.
Also, have to stay with 10 round magazines here in NewYorkistan.
 

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Yes, they certainly will work on a full-size P99 (or PPQ), as they simply replace the flat plastic baseplate common to the P99/P99c and PPQ. If you use them like this on a PPQ, you will be left with a 4-5mm gap which might nip your finger, as the magwell of the PPQ is different from the P99/P99c (which have a downward-pointing lip in front). However, Kar98's suggestion would probably be a more sensible choice (but you'll still be left with the gap). You could go a step further and take the P99 20-round mag (part-number 2796546) and use it together with the grip-extension (2796635).

Just in case you're wondering, they definitely WILL NOT work as an additional extension to the 17-round magazines, in order to accommodate King Kong paws! Of course, if you've got REALLY REALLY large paws, you could use them to further extend the 20-round mag!!!

The 17-round mag (15+2) is Walther part-number 2796694. Note that it is designed for the PPQ M2 (with button mag release) and not for the PPQ Classic or P99 (with lever mag release) - so, on second thoughts, it would be a bad choice. You might be able to order an extension “kit”, consisting of the +2 baseplate, the metal plate and longer spring and use that with your existing P99 full-size mag.

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Thanks,
Would be on a P99, not a PPQ and I need to stay with 10 round magazines here in the Gulag.
 

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Here ya go....fits fine. The gap, looks worse than it really is. It's not a problem really.....just looks a little odd. Nothing a little JB Weld couldn't fix.



How about a Pic of the pinky thingy on on one of your P99's? I know you have a couple.
 
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