Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Deadly The Germany Walther P99 Guns

Army and Weapons | Deadly The Germany Walther P99 Guns | The Walther P99 is a semi-automatic pistol developed by Carl Walther GmbH, the German company Waffen Sports Ulm for law enforcement, security and civilian shooting market as a replacement for the Walther P5 and P88. The P99 and its variants are also made under license by Fabryka Broni Radom.
Designing a new generation sidearm began in 1994, and the gun was in 1997 with series production starting that year. The weapon was first introduced chambered in 9x19mm Parabellum.
The gun used by German police in North Rhine-Westphalia and Rhineland-Palatinate and was ordered by Bremen, Hamburg and Schleswig-Holstein, the Polish police and the Finnish army special forces and military police, where it carries the designation SKIING 2003. A new second-generation P99 was presented in 2004, with a custom trigger guard that "ski hump", which is evident in its first generation pictures eliminated. This was done to some users' comfort concerns about the previous style.The P99 has a polymer frame and steel slide tackle. The slide was treated Tenifer (a nitriding process) which inhibits corrosion. It uses an internal striker as opposed to an external hammer, with a red-painted striker tip that protrudes from the back of the slide when the gun is strained, and a loaded chamber indicator on the right side of the slide.
The original first generation P99 had a tractor with a traditional Double-Action/Single-Action deco cker. When the slider racked to the rear loading, the trigger remains in the forward position for the first shot and a double-action mode is activated. The trigger travel is 14 mm (0.55 in) long in the double-action mode at about 35 N (7.9 lbf) trigger pull. On all subsequent shots, the trigger travel is reduced to 5 mm (0.2 in) with 20 N (4.5 lbf) trigger pull. To manually disable the Single-Action mode without loading the gun of the P99 has a key or a button on the slide. The Double-Action mode can also be manually activated by moving the slide about 10 mm (0.4 in) back. Currently, the original trigger is no longer offered and has been replaced by three variants lead.
The pointed sticks seen and felt on the back of the slide when the firearm is in a constant partially stretched state. It should be noted that the peak of the second generation version P99QA not protrude from the rear of the slide, unless layoffs, because the firearm is in a constant partially stretched state.

Ergonomics was a major concern in the design of the firearm, and as a result, three interchangeable grip Backstraps included (small, medium and large) for different hand shapes and sizes, this feature makes most shooters a comfortable and efficient grip the firearm. This flexible grip was innovative at the time the P99 was introduced. The P99 has four internal protections, iron sights adjustable for both windage and elevation adjustment, without tools to take down, and an ambidextrous magazine release incorporated into the trigger guard. The lower front edge of the frame, also known as the dust cover has a mounting bracket or rail interface system for attaching accessories such as a tactical light or laser pointer.
The .40 caliber S & W models feature a slightly larger slide in the same recoil spring assembly used in its 9mm counterpart anywhere. The P99 is available in four discoloration, a black frame with black slide, a black frame with a titanium coated slide, a military olive green frame with a black slide, and a desert tan frame with black slide. All three finishes take the same black grip inserts that come with each P99. The compact versions of the P99 are available only in black. The first generation P99 pistols have a slide release on the left side of the frame, the second generation guns have optional double-sided image to stop release levers. Walther also took the opportunity to redesign the slide so the user can grip it easier, in particular, proprietary accessory rail into a Weaver type. Some models built in 2005 and all later models had a design change, an elongated magazine release.
Features :
Type: Double ActionCaliber: 9x19mm Para, .40 SWOverall length: 180mmWeight: 720g unloadedBarrel length: 102mmCapacity: 16 rounds (9mm) 12 rounds (.40 SW)