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Old 03-20-2017, 07:29 AM
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Anyone still playing around with a S&W99? I had mine out yesterday while looking for something else. Still the best feel of any of my pistols. Haven't fired it in years; guess that's on the menu in the next few weeks.
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Yes. I have 3 of them. Full size in 40 and 45, and compact in 40 which I use a lot for my CCW.
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Yes I've had the full size in .40 for 15+ years now. I've tried other polymer framed pistols over the years but I always come back to my sw99. It's a great gun.
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Someone has a SW990L for sale near me, have been tempted to get it.


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Certainly the next best thing to a Walther P99, which is a wonderful pistol.
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Certainly the next best thing to a Walther P99, which is a wonderful pistol.
Walther P99 with the trigger guard hump is the same pistol as the SW99 with some different stampings. Operation and features are identical. I've owned both.
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Certainly the next best thing to a Walther P99, which is a wonderful pistol.
I have a Walther P99c that I absolutely love. One of my favorite polymer framed pistols. However, I've never fired a SW99. I'd have to guess they feel and function almost identical to one another.
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I've got some SW99 mags that I use in my P99. I've owned this gun for almost 20 years now and never had a misfire or jam.
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