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Shoot P99c first time yesterday!

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by vince24L, Nov 18, 2006.

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  1. vince24L

    vince24L Member

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    Well first time i put 25 rounds through it down in the woods.. then we started running but we sensed up and went back and he just made us leave basically.

    But yesterday i went to range for first time put 120 rounds through it of winchester cheap value pack. and wow i was surprized.
    Down in the woods i was a horrible aim and expecting that at the range but at the range people were watchin me put a group on the bullseye and a few around it. i dont know if im a natural or its how good that gun is. people asked to shoot my gun so i shot their. 1 guy had a baby eagle, i was surprized theres no kick with those things. another kid i shot his pt145 and some guy had a p22 and loved mine so let him shoot it. and some cheap feeling 'astro star' gun? but i gotta say so far i love this gun. people with the baby eagle were complainin mine got too much recoil but i accually want to know when i fire i damn bullet. but yeah def. happy i picked this over the pt145.

    I'm done ramble'n :banghead:
     
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  3. lurkersince03

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    I concur.
     
  4. Shipwreck

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    I have converted several people to the P99s w/ the A/S trigger. I love my compact and fullsize :)
     
  5. digi-shots

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    they're nice guns.... I especially like the choice of grips...

    here's a pic of mine... it's a few years old, QA

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  6. gudel

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    I'm having a hard time understanding this post. Is this one of those hillbilly engrish?
     
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    That's a beautiful pic, Digi...glad to see it. I've been in a running e-mail debate with gf over the merits of Walther vs. Glock and I've noticed there are darned few glamour shots of P99s out there. Good to see this one.
     
  8. vince24L

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    got about 400 rounds through it now and still love the thing. Kind of wanting to get the full sized now but i can't afford it right now with christmas coming up. what holster do you guys have for your p99c? this thing is incredibly easy to aim i think. its right on target out of the box. love it. It looked almost like ive been shooting this thing for years when it was only my first 2 times. :D
     
  9. Dollar An Hour

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    Holsters

    Vince, I know Kramer makes several holsters for the P99c, in either horsehide or cowhide. Not cheap, but worth the price!
     
  10. Shipwreck

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    I have a Bianchi 7L - ordered it thru Midway USA. Also, Galco makes the Fletch for the P99.

    Get one for the fullsize P99 - it works fine for the compact - barely has that much extra leather. Actually, the muzzle of the fullsize P99 would slightly stick out on these holsters, so its perfect for the compact.

    I've had many Fletch holsters for other guns over the years, so that's why I decided to give Bianchi a try this time. It holds a little closer than the Fletch, but visually, the Fletch with the outline of the gun pushed into the leather looks nicer :p
     
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    Bianchi 7L

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