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Old 11-15-2008, 06:43 PM   #1
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does anyone have any info on the s&w model 99 45 acp, good ,bad or otherwise. it seemed a little light to me , but i prefer 1911's. thank you for your help. doug

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Old 11-16-2008, 11:43 AM   #2
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does anyone have any info on the s&w model 99 45 acp, good ,bad or otherwise. it seemed a little light to me , but i prefer 1911's. thank you for your help. doug
Here is a complete REVIEW of the Model 99: http://www.gunblast.com/SW99.htm
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I've had a SW99 in 45acp for several years and it's been a decent pistol.The
trigger is the best I 've ever seen on a polymer pistol.This pistol just feels right in my hand and it absorbs recoil like a sponge and it's comfortable to
shoot 50 or 200 rounds at a setting.I'd trust it as a carry pistol as when
I do step up to 45 this is the one I carry.I think with Walther and S&W selling
the same lines it hurt this line chances of success.Walther didn't make a 45.
I'd still take this line over the S&W MP line any day! I partial to German influence.

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I can't speak for the .45, but I have a Walther P99 in .40SW. Great trigger, 100% reliable, accurate, cycles fast. It is a keeper.

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thank you guys when i went back it was gone, oh well there will be others i hope, or maybe i'll run across a model 25. or a unicorn. thanks . doug

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