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ProMag Walther P99 Magazine 9mm Luger 15 Rounds Blued Steel WAL-A2

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ProMag, Walther P99 Magazine, 9mm, 15 Round, Blue.

These magazines were designed for professional shooters and law enforcement personnel whose lives depend on a perfect shot every time. Expertly machined for exceptional quality and guaranteed to feed and function for every shot. ProMag magazines include a lifetime guarantee, if you ever have a problem with their magazines; simply return them to ProMag for replacement.

Walther P99

Item#: 2-MGPMWAL-A2
Total number of Reviews: 5

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3.0 5
"Bought the Walther ProMag P99 / SW99 9mm (15) round mag for my Walther PPQ. There is an online video showing this mag working, so I thought I would give it a shot. The mag does in fact work in the PPQ and cycles through just fine. However, in the course of 60 rounds (4 mags worth), there were 3 instances when the last round would not chamber, and the slide would lock in the open position as if it was out of ammo. I then ran both the factory mags that come with the PPQ with no issues. This is a fine mag for target work, but I will need to put many more rounds through these to determine the cause of the 3 failures to feed I experienced with two different ProMags in the PPQ."
4.0 5
"Bought these for range work. Functions well with my PPQ. Only FTF was traced to ammo and had no issues with last round holding back the slide. One of the mags rattles when completely loaded. Rounds are not stacking correctly inside. However, once employed, the rounds feed OK. Have the issued mags loaded for the house, and use these mostly at the range. Don't know why Walther (S&W) has their mags priced so high. The Walther firearms are great shooters."
4.0 5
"...I had receved the P99 mags I ordered, and read the revue of the slide not holding open on the last shot. I Have two ProMag AR15 mags that do just that-the slide will not lock on an empty mag. When I took the P99 mags out of their packages I tried them out, and sure enough, the slide would not lock. I looked at the mags and seen that the mag follower against the original mag for my Magnum Research MR Eagle and the follower on the ProMag was just a little shorter than the factory model. I looked around my junk mag box and found three ProMag mags for a SIG P228 I owned a few years ago, and seen where the followers matched the correct size of the original mags. I swaped out the followers and the slide locks back on an empty chamber! So, if anyone out there is having trouble with the mags, look into the follower that assists in locking the slide, and ether order factory parts or, get some ProMags for a SIG P228 and MacGuiver it as I did!"
3.0 5
"Seems like a nice magazine, but will not seat in the ppq m2. Make sure to buy this only if you have the older version with the non button mag release."
5.0 5
"These work in my PPQ M1 and with a small cut they also work in my wife's PPQ M2."