The Smith and Wesson SW99 was a joint collaboration between Smith and Wesson and Walther. With a goal of bringing the Walther P99 to the United States under the Smith and Wesson name, the SW99 was a success from the first production run.
With the last SW99 rolling off the production line in 2006 most of the used SW99 pistols being sold today would benefit from new factory magazines. By purchasing new factory magazines for your SW99 you can ensure continued reliable performance. Another benefit to purchasing additional factory magazines is you can increase your training time at the range. More magazines means more trigger time and less time spent reloading.
|Manufacturer||Smith and Wesson|
|Gun Model||S&W SW99|
|Brand||Smith and Wesson|
|Restrictions||Age - 21+|
|Returns Accepted||Yes - Must Not Be Modified Or Visibly Used|