Is the Walther P99 discontinued?

Is the Walther P99 discontinued?

The Walther P99 was discontinued along with the PPQ in 2021, following the release of the Walther PDP.

Is Walther PPQ discontinued?

In 2021, Walther announced that they would be discontinuing the PPQ, and its predecessor, the P99, in favor of the new Walther PDP, or Performance Duty Pistol.

Is Walther P99 a good gun?

It is a good choice for the Walther, and would be very effective for law enforcement or military usage. Ready for today’s missions, the Walther P99 AS has a snag-free design with wide rear slide serrations, an ergonomic grip, a squared triggerguard and a rail for mounting accessories.

Who uses P99?

The P99 is used by a number of German regional police forces and a number of police forces worldwide. It is also used by the Finnish Army. Already a two decade old design, the P99 is unlikely to be adopted by further armies and police agencies.

Is Walther PPQ +P rated?

The Walther PPQ M2 is also one accurate pistol! By the way, the PPQ M2 is rated for +P, but not +P+ loads. As for the PPQ M2 proper, for me, it’s a comfortable pistol to hold, manipulate and shoot. The slightly ramped and grooved front sight and the square notch rear sight use the three white-dot system.

What does Walther PPQ stand for?

Police Pistol Quick Defense
Gun-maker Walther has released the successor to James Bond’s preferred PPK handgun, called the PPQ. Since Walther released the PPQ (Police Pistol Quick Defense) in January 2011, the defensive handgun world and online gun forums have been buzzing about the polymer striker-fired pistol.

Is the P99 striker fired?

The P99 was an aggressive-looking handgun, with a large, textured grip, large trigger well, and grip angle that bent inward at the base. Walther’s new handgun, like the Glock, is a striker-fired handgun. The pistol is available in three barrel lengths: 3.5 inches (compact) and 4 and 4.2 inches (full-size).