I say get the P99 A/S. They can be found online to order.
Not hard to find. They're back. There was a post a week or so ago about an online store having them for under 500. Grabagun has them For 500, and the usual suspects also have them at sightly above that pricerange as well.Have a Walther PPS .40, and very pleased with it. Want to get another CCW in 9MM, but not sure whether to get another PPS or look at the P99 AS (much harder to find). Interested in experience of others pls. Thx
The VP9 is fantastic. I Carried one for about two years, until the vp9sk was affordable. But yeah, there really isn't any difference in size between the vp9 as the PPQ 4 inch. So if you have one, you might as well just stay with what you have because the other is pretty negligible in size.I've owned a PPQ M1 for several years now and really like it, but it's a bit large for concealed carry. I like the single stack handguns for CCW purposes, and find that the 3.2 or 3.3 inch barrel is easier for me to conceal than a 4 inch barrel. Haven't tried the VP 9 yet, but hear it's an outstanding weapon as well, but again, a bit too big for CCW for me. May just wait till the new CCW model hits the street to broaden my options.
This I agree except that the difference on paper is not negligible. The P99AS is 30% wider. That is a bunch.Many people claim the difference in size (most specifically, the thinness) between the P99AS and PPS are negligible. On paper that's true.
I'm not willing to pay the price for the deep concealment, so my PPS Classic is still my EDC, even though I like the P99 AS's trigger better. I suggest you buy what suits your specific carry need relative to your frame/size and apparel habits. There's no right/wrong answer; there's only what's right for YOU!
It only sounds like a bunch when expressed a percentage.This I agree except that the difference on paper is not negligible. The P99AS is 30% wider. That is a bunch.