I would have to agree here. I bought one for a P22 thinking I would see if I wanted one for the P99. I am glad I only dropped $65.00. It is a cool toy but it is not worth it IMHO. I think TV and Crimson Trace are great for marketing but I don't think much of them for real shooting. My opinion was confirmed to me by the head of the Metro PD Swat in my city when I heard him lecture in an academy...he said they don't use it, they found it took away from their shooting skills. Guys seemed to rely on the laser rather than sight alignment. And since not every situation is going to favor using the laser it was more of a determent. Some departments may find them useful but many do not.[b said:Quote[/b] ]It makes a cool toy, but I think that's all it is good for.
Do you have a picture of the Las-Tac mounted on your 03 P99?[b said:Quote[/b] (madecov @ Jan. 07 2006,16:22)]I don't have a laser, but I have the laser devices Las-Tac II light in the Walther mount for my 03 P99. It is one hell of a light. Only down side is the Proprietary mount system is a lousy design for fast on/off. It also makes for a less than compact light. Kudo's to LDI for being able to make a product that fits a proprietary mounting system.
BTW I was able to get mine for a decent price and it fits perfect, weapon has functioned perfectly with it mounted.