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With P99 production eventually coming to a close, I am thinking of stocking up on repair and replacement parts.

I am curious as to what is suggested by the community. Extra recoil springs? Full fire control assemblies? Firing pins?

Your advice is appreciated!
 

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I seen quite a few 'old' P99's and SW99's. Sear housing assemblies and trigger assemblies seem to last almost for ever. I guess I'd be more concerned with the Striker assembly. The P99 can use PPQ or PDP recoil assemblies...so that's probably not a problem. So, just a striker assembly....check with Earl's.
 

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The best backup isn't parts... it's a second gun! The P99 is nice enough you deserve two of them, trust me. 😉

I have a SW99 in 45 with some parts that are NLA from the manufacturer. I have a couple recoil spring assemblies and a full 'parts kit' including slide/barrel that was salvaged from another gun.

That would be my advice. See if you can get a 'parts gun' so you just have everything.
 

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Thanks all for the advice! At the moment, a full second P99 may be out of the question. I'll keep an eye out for a parts gun or I may just pick up the phone and ring Walther for some specific extra parts. I do remember I emailed Walther a while ago asking about parts, but they didn't want to list prices or do the transaction online and asked that I call them direct. I wasn't exactly sure what I wanted to order, so I put that on hold.

@Shepherd, I bought the P99 second-hand. I am assuming the warranty doesn't transfer?
 

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