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Walther P99C 9MM AS 3.5 10R BL

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Model: WAP80002
Condition: Factory New
Bud's Item Number: 32917
UPC: 698958029367
MFG: Walther Arms

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  • FAMILY:P99 Series
  •  MODEL:P99AS Compact
  •  TYPE:Semi-Auto Pistol
  •  ACTION:Double / Single Action
  •  FINISH:Blue
  •  STOCK/FRAME:Polymer Frame
  •  STOCK/GRIPS:Black Synthetic
  •  CAPACITY:10+1
  •  BARREL:3.5
  •  SIGHTS:Adjustable
  •  SAFETY:2 Position Slide Mount
  •  ADDL INFO:Interchangeable Back Straps
Finish Tan
Type Not Valid
Action Single Action Only
Caliber 25 ACP
Barrel Length 3.12"
Capacity 17 RD
Safety Ambidextrous 3-Position
Grips Flat Dark Earth
Sights Low Profile Combat, 3 - Dot Tritium
Weight 18.7 oz
Finish Black
Type Semi-Automatic
Action Single/Double
Caliber 9mm
Barrel Length 3.5"
Capacity 10 + 1
Safety Striker, Trigger, Decocker
Grips Black
Sights Adjustable
Weight 18.7 oz

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Reviewed By: on 03/26/2015
Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
I love this gun. It shots extremely well and is lite to carry concealed as well as practicing in the range. The magazine release is totally awesome which sits underneath the trigger guard. As I stated the gun weights only 21 oz. as for most usually are around 26 and up. Having a double recoil spring makes shooting a true pleasure. I highly recommend this beauty.

Reviewed By: on 10/10/2012
Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
Great pistol, looks and shoots very well. Couldnt recommend it more highly. Just what you would expect from Walther.
As for Buds-put it on layaway, payed for it on a Sunday, it shipped Monday and arrived in Washington on Wednesday. Didn't expect that quick delivery but certainly appreciated it. Keep up the good work.

Reviewed By: on 08/04/2012
Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
My P99c AS 9mm arrived NIB at my LGS. The case contained the pistol, 2 mags (one flat, one with the finger extention), lock, manual, casing and the bench test target,2 backstraps, 3 different front sights and an allen wrench to mount the sights. I was not able to do more than break down and inspect the pistol when I picked it up.
I returned the next morning to test fire it. All I can say is WOW! At 10 and 15 yards I was able to shoot 2 inch groups, at 20 about 6 inch. I used 115grain rounds, 147 sub sonic and various +P rounds. Isent 250 rounds down range without any issues.
The trigger action is crisp and even with none of that new trigger "grittyness", the single action has a short easy light pull and the double action is smooth and even throughout the pull. No matter what loads I used the pistol had very little perceived recoil. Because the pistol sits so well in your hand target acquisition and reacquisition is easy. Follow up shots were no problem at all. I love the ambidextrious mag release is great, you can drop mags without changing your grip.
This small pistol packs everything you want from a full sized combat weapon into a tiny easily concealible size. Walther make a quality product and the P99c AS carries on the tradition of quality. This could easily become my EDC CCW....

Reviewed By: on 07/25/2012
Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
Great gun perfect for CCW. Shot 200 rounds through it and no misfires or jams. I would recommend this gun for sure fits and feels great in your hand, I have nothing negative to say about the gun or buds good service and price. I will be purchasing many more weapons from them.

Reviewed By: on 10/19/2011
Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
Ordered the pistol on Thursday night and received it on Wednesday afternoon so I am very well pleased with Bud's delivery service. Bud's delivered the pistol directly to my FFL who also happened to be one of their preferred vendors.

The pistol itself was in factory fresh new condition with all the accessories, manuals, magazines etc included. The pistol was manufactured in the current year.

The transaction could not have been more smooth, thanks to Bud's.

Needless to say, all my future firearms et al will be purchased from Bud's whose prices are consistently the best.

I purchased a Walther P99C 9MM AS 3.5 inch barrel, 10 round magazine. The pistol came with a lock, two mags, one with a pinky rest and the other without. I am delighted with this weapon as it has all the qualities I looked for in a CCW: Light, compact, 10 Round mags, SA/DA, interchangeable backstraps, ambidextrous mag release, easy tool- less takedown, accessory rail, and adjustable sights. This Walther feels better in my hands than any other handgun I have ever felt. It inspires confidence as does the remarkable reputation of Walther. By all means, consider this pistol for concealed carry. It is not the smallest or the lightest but it may fit you, as it does me, to a "T".

Reviewed By: on 06/12/2011
Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
Usual, efficient service from Buds; I had to change FFL during the transaction, but notification to Buds resulted in a prompt switch. I was concerned when the shipping notice did not arrive, but then after a few days Buds sent it, including an apologu fpor not sending it on time. That was nice- and the gun arrived at the new FFL the day I received the shipping notice.

Anyway, on to the gun- arrived as advertised, with all accessories.Took it to the range today, and put 4 boxes of AE 124 gr. through it, plus an assortment of defense hollow points (TAP, HST) to verify feeding. Not one hiccup. It shot well, although the AS trigger took a bit to get used to. I was still breaking my wrists down in AS S/A mode, more so in decocked DA, but that it my issue, not the guns. Trigger smoothed out a bit towards the end, and I expect it to continue to do so with use. Not as smooth as my Sig, for example P239, but still a nice trigger, and the gun is much lighter in weight. I might look to putting a set of Big Dot night sights on it.

Overall, I recommend it, as well as Buds.

Reviewed By: on 03/06/2011
Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
I spent over a year buying, trying out, trading and selling guns before I settled on my CCW pistol. I wanted more capacity than the pocket autos, and something that is large enough to be a fun range gun. Besides, why carry a gun that you don't practice a lot with? This eliminated the LC9, DB380, and Kahr PM9, as beautiful as that gun was. For cost and availability of ammo and a more manageable recoil, I wanted 9mm. There were eleven guns in the mix after eliminating tiny guns and other calibers. I did a lot of homework and spent hours reading reviews and shopping gun stores. One by one, I eliminated other pistols for various reasons until I was down to either the G26, P2000SK, or P99c. The next time I logged onto Bud's two had sold out and the other jumped $42! But patience prevailed and the P99c came back in stock at $551, even lower than I was hoping to buy it at. I have owned and loved the full sized P99, but bought the compact without so much as firing one. It arrived promptly, and my first impression of the gun was beyond my expectations. The grip was *perfect* for my medium/large hands. I've never even tried out the other back strap the fit is so right. Fit and finish are excellent, and beyond expected for a pistol in this price range. Then I took it to the range. Quite simply, either this gun shoots better than anything I have ever put in my hand, or I am just that much better with it. It has a better balance to me than the full size P99, and will use their 15 and 20 round magazines, Walther even sells a polymer extension cover- though they do not advertise this. It does have a bit more of a kick than the full size, but I am not complaining. If the recoil is a bit chippy for you, Springco makes a drop-in recoil reduction rod. For about eighty bucks, it makes a big difference if you're a competition shooter or just like to blast off quick rounds and stay on target. And this gun will fire FAST in SA mode.
The Walther AS trigger system is something everyone should try before buying a pistol. It isn't for everybody, but most people who like it are never fully satisfied with anything else. The DA is long and revolver-like. After that round (or the slide is slightly racked), it is a light, crisp trigger pull. All the tuning I've ever seen done to guns doesn't produce a better trigger than the AS, in my humble opinion. If Walther would put that in the PPS, I would be first in line to buy that one.
All in all, this gun gets five stars for being a perfect shooter, reliable, comfortable in the hand, well-made, light and easily concealed. I do have a few minor complaints, but these are nitpicking. The gun comes in the box made for the full size P99. Neither the pistol nor magazine is made to fit in the foam cut outs. This could not cost much to do for a gun retailing for well over $500 -and that they sell more than a few of. For all the excellent engineering, that just seems lazy. And Walther should offer 3 back straps on the compact, like they do the full size. The one on the gun was perfect for me, but that little piece of plastic can make the difference between the gun feeling right... or not! And throwing in an extra pinky rest would be nice. I like for my magazines to be the same, and Walther sells them for $2, so why not throw one in with a new gun? And finally, Walther needs to MARKET these things! They are GREAT pistols! Hey Walther, make some different slide finishes and grip colors like you used to! I had to figure out on the Internet that the full sized magazines would work in the compact, and the good folks on the Walther forums informed me that a grip extension was available. The folks at Smith and Wesson 800 number told me they were out of each part I needed, but I found the part numbers on the Walther forums, and 2 of 3 were in stock after all! Walther's web site does nothing to make anyone want to buy a Walther, it's antiquated and the search feature is buggy. But for all they do wrong in marketing their product, the P99/P99c more than makes up for. I understand why the Walther P99 has so many fans, and this compact is bound to make more of them. And anyone who started pistol shooting with a P22 should find moving up to this full size a smooth transition. I've always admired Walther for the PPK/James Bond type weapons, but I'm becoming quite a fan of their Tupperware now! The P99c gets it right.

Reviewed By: on 05/03/2010
Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
Shot 250 through it plus 50 rounds of various JHP and not a single jam. I put in a DPM guide rod so I can't comment on completely stock performance but it was plenty easy to handle. Also got the streamlight TLR-3 for it, used the A key to fit (included). Very comfortable in my supertuck.

Reviewed By: on 07/25/2009
Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
The Walther P99 in one underrated weapon to be sure. In the 9mm with AS trigger I have two full size and one compact model. The P99 AS can be used in SA/DA like a hammer fired pistol ot cocked to start in SA mode with long (Anti Stress) or short travel. The trigger feels like a 3 lb trigger even though the literature puts the SA at something like 4.5 lbs.

Weights and sizes are about similar to the Glock 19 for the standard P99 model and Glock 26 for the P99 compact. The bore axis is higher than the Glock so the Walthers are a little snappier but it's not a huge deal. These have become my main carry pieces and I only wish they would offer a PPS in a lighter weight with the AS trigger instead of that horrible Glock like QA. As it stands, if a semi's weight and size is acceptable on the day then one of the P99s are worn. If not, a 340PD Smith is the usual choice.