Walther P99

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Appearing in 1997, the P99 was specifically developed for law enforcement and security forces to replace several other older models in the Walther range. It's extremely hard wearing and tough by virtue of its reinforced poymer frame and Tenifer treated steel components - sweaty shooters can therefore rejoice due to its resitance to the effects of perspiration (useful when carried concealed). It's available in a variety of colour finishes to suit the field of deployment and is very customisable. It has been taken up by many police forces, particularly in Germany and is also very popular in Finnish public services. Ours pictured here is the 9mm version.
Walther P99

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9mm

Just about the most prevalent cartridge in the world today, surely everyone has heard of a 9mm - be it in the battlefield as the standard NATO handgun cartridge or the mean streets of your local ghetto, the 9mm Luger/Parabellum is absolutely everywhere. Introduced in 1902 the 9mm has become accepted world-wide as the de facto handgun round, boosted in the 80's with the US Army's adoption of the M9 (essentially a Beretta 92F), which uses these 9x19mm cartridges. Beloved of rappers, cops, robbers and just about every armed force...

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Law & Order

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007

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