Softair | WALTHER P99 - below 0.5 joules - pistol
The Walther P99 Softair pistol emulated its well-known big brother - the Walther PPK - and already at the end of the 1990s heralded a turning point. The reliable, compact pistol does not have a cock but relies on a striking piece hidden inside the robust weapon. The Walther P99 Softair is about 200 grams lighter than the original and made of solid plastic.
This is what makes the Walther P99 Softair pistol so special
In the meantime, the handy pistol has started its triumphal march through Europe. In addition to the federal states of NRW, Bremen, Hamburg, Schleswig-Holstein and Rhineland-Palatinate, other countries such as Estonia and the Netherlands have also decided to convert the standard service weapon of their police authorities to the P99Q, another version of the model.
The simple design of the weapon is inconspicuous, classic and allows an ideal position in the firing hand due to the ergonomic handle. Particularly noteworthy is the strong spring, the core of a spring-loaded rifle, which despite the small size of the P99 can release enormous forces and delivers clean shooting images even at slightly longer distances.
The markings and the logo are true to the original and already looking at them is a pleasure.
Thanks to the very modern optics, it is a beautiful collector's item, which in its fame and popularity is far from reaching pistols like the Luger Parabellum pistol or Walther PPK/S, but above all friends of modern handguns, such as the Walther P22, enthusiastic.
12 shot / 100 shot
Rear sight and front sight
The acquisition and possession of soft air weapons with projectile energy of less than 0.5 Joule is permitted free of charge from the age of 14. However, they are subject to the prohibition of driving (§42a WaffG).