Come to think of it, when ammo was in short supply, it was stupid expensive. All genuine Walher P99 magazines are made by Mec-Gar. The six-round capacity magazine includes a polymer base. I see these for sale, but I am wondering who make the 15 round mags I am seeing for sale, marked Walther Arms. If anyone here has one available, I'd gladly pay you for it.
Let me just say - awesome service from the people who monitor thier site , personel that makes follow up calls and down to the people who inventory new stock. Since some products ship directly from supplier, their weight may be unavailable. The magazine situation is a little bit complicated. Also ban era 10 rounders are Mec-Gar and completely reliable. Yes Oversized Incurs additional shipping charges due to the large or irregular shape of the product. Earl's still sells P99 mags, including the 16 rd pre-bans, for 65 bucks a piece. The awesome, kick but, type of service and follow up should be some type of benchmark that all website should be graded by.
The switch was made not to increase reliability as was case with the. This was my first experience with Able Ammo. All 3 12 round magazines are a little hard to get in the gun when loaded with 12 rounds, and none of them will drop free out of the gun when loaded with 12 rounds. Email is in my profile. Vaguely recall discussing the theory that un-neutered.
Yes Carrier Restrictions Product is restricted by shipping carriers and cannot be shipped to certain locations or via certain shipping methods. I was told back in the day that the 16 round mags were from a Turkish contract. Because of variations in the manufacturing process, similar products may have differing weights. Originally posted by 2Adefender: Para, I have an early gen 1 P99. This message has been edited.
I still haven't heard from the other five websites. Didn't these pistols originally come with 16 round Mec-Gar magazines? So prepare your Walther with a factory magazine for optimum reliability. I was agreed and a few days later the mags were here. The 15 round magazines came later. The story I remember hearing was that the P99 was designed for the German police or military can't remember which now , and that all of their pistol drills, qualifications, etc, were based on 8-round strings presumably because of a prior single-stack pistol with 8-round mags so Walther designed the P99 with 16-round mags so they could do two strings per magazine. I think the back straps are compatible between the Smith and Wesson, Magnum research, and Walters.
I have several of them. A well crafted magazine is the key to the correct functioning of your firearm. I don't know if that change was carried over to the P99 mags. The 15 round magazines came later. During the ban, mags were stupid expensive. Does this get better with use? I placed an order within 1 hour of recieving the email. Yes Shipping Weight The total weight of the product and its packaging, as calculated by the shipping carrier.
I have decided to save them to my favorites. I was able to purchase some 16 round factory Walther MecGar magazines at great expense. I'll get some 15 rounders. We both seem to have lived it. Also, does anyone know if there is a difference between older and newer P99 backstrap inserts? The standard mags were 15 rounds, with us Americans getting 10 rounders during the ban era. Well just a few weeks later, I recieved the email that notified me.
Walther Magazines Get your Walther magazine for your firearm and go shoot. I have a Walther P99 in 40 cal. I was expecting the right mags and thats what I recieved. The 15rd mags popped-up many years later. However, I came across this website and they too were out of stock. I just wonder how they could possibly ever do better.
These fresh from the factory magazines feature a seven-round capacity and flat metal base plate. The P99 is a great gun. I need the small insert for a first generation P99 and I wouldn't want to spend money on an insert with a different pattern on it. The third type are the common grooved sided 15 round magazines. Just tell me where to send it.