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The Walther P99 is a powerful and formidable weapon, but is light
and compact enough to be adequately concealed. The polymer-made P99 carries 16
rounds of 9mm ammunition within a surprisingly slim grip. Unloaded, it weighs
24 ounces and is 1 and a quarter inches wide.
The grip is the most unique
feature of the P99, and was designed by the world famous Olympic pistol grip maker
Moroni of Italy. The ergonomic grip can be modified with interchangeable parts
to fit any agent's hand size. The finish is matte black, and all metal surfaces
have a corrosion-resistance Tenifer surface.
The P99 is fast becoming the
most sought-after handgun around.
Walther: "The P99 has three independent, automatic
safeties: the trigger safety, the decock safety and the internal striker safety.
It is also equipped with a cocking indicator and a loaded chamber indicator. It
can be decocked by pressing the decocker mounted flush on top of the slide."
Model: Walther P99
Caliber: 9 mm x 19 mm Parabellum
16 cartridges (Does not include cartridge in chamber), 10 rounds for U.S.A. civilian.
Browning style, dropping barrel design, Striker-fired.
Linkless locking system. Recoil operated
Sights: Abbreviated ramped rear
sight, adjustable for windage(lateral) only, Standard 3-dot. Three extra front
sight blades for height adjustment. Optional tritium sights for night shooting
Portrait (With Laser) Blueprint
Total length: 7.08 in.
Barrel length: 4.015 in. (102 mm)
Height (Total): 5.31 in.
Width of Slide: 29 mm (1.14 in.)
Dimensions (L/H/W): 180 mm /135 mm /29 (32) mm
Weight without Magazine:
609.8 grams (21.51 oz.)
Weight of Empty Magazine(10-round magazine): 70.8
grams (2.5 oz.), 16rd: 80 grams
Weight with 16 rounds of Federal Hydra Shok:
875.06 grams (30.86 oz.)
Single Action Trigger Pull : 4.496 lb. (20 Newton)
Double Action Trigger Pull: 35 Newton