It has both models. From what I found from SW service representative, the only difference is the P99 and the SW99 cannot use the same magazine at least in the case of the compacts.[b said:Quote[/b] (Stoping Power @ Aug. 02 2005,18:03)]SW 99 IS DA OR ANTI STRESS TRIGGER?
Thanks for your feedback. I guess you can use SW99C magazines on P99C. Oh well... I wonder why the SW service representative said that they are not compatible?[b said:Quote[/b] (LongRange @ Aug. 03 2005,00:32)]I have a P99 and a SW99c and there is no difference in the mags. I can use my P99 mags in my SW99c, they just stick out further. For my P99 I own 7 mags and they are a mixture of S&W and Walther and all made by MecGar. They all work the same and I have never had a problem them.
There is very little difference in either the Smith or the Walther except for looks. The Smith has the black stainless steel slide and the Walther has the tenifer finish. They both came with terrible triggers (AS) until they were broke in and the guts of the action look the same after they are broken down. In real life, I enjoy shooting the P99 as it handles better with the longer grip, but I like carrying the compact as it hides better. It is sixes to me.
Alas, the P99 and apparently SW99 have sucky triggers until they've worn on themselves for 500 to 1000 rounds. I just recently noticed how my trigger has gone from gritty to super smooth!!![b said:Quote[/b] (LongRange @ Aug. 03 2005,00:32)]They both came with terrible triggers (AS) until they were broke in ....