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Smith & Wesson SW99
Country of origin

United States of America

  • Smith & Wesson
  • Production began
  • 1999
  • Weapon type
  • Pistol
  • Caliber
  • 9x19mm Parabellum
  • .40 S&W
  • .45 ACP
  • Action
  • Recoil operation
  • Overall length
  • 180 mm (7.1 in.)
  • Barrel length
  • 110 mm (4.25 in.)
  • Weight
  • 700 g.
  • Magazine/Cylinder capacity Detachable magazine capacity;
    • 9 rounds single stack (45 ACP)
    • 12 rounds (.40 S&W)
    • 16 rounds (9mm)
    Cyclic rate
  • Semi-automatic
  • The SW99 (Smith and Wesson) is a polymer-framed, recoil operated, locked breech semi-automatic pistol introduced in 1999 by the American companies Smith & Wesson and Walther as a joint collaboration. It uses a modified receiver that is produced by Walther, while Smith & Wesson manufactures the slide and barrel.


    The Smith & Wesson SW99 is a modern, semi-automatic pistol based on the Walther P99. Though there are slight variations in aesthetic design, the function of the SW99 is identical to its German-made counterpart.It is chambered in 9mm, .40 S&W, and .45 ACP The SW99 features:

    • An internal striker, as opposed to the classical external hammer
    • Several safety features including a loaded chamber indicator on the right side of the slide, a protruding, red-painted cocking indicator, and a drop safety.
    • A fully supported chamber design, which leaves no portion of the chambered round exposed.
    • A unique and ergonomic grip.

    Variants Edit

    Calibers Edit

    The Smith & Wesson SW99 comes in the following calibers:

    Models Edit

    • SW99 - Double/Single Action.
    • SW990 - Double Action, does not feature a de-cocking button.
    • SW990L - Double Action, does not feature a de-cocking button.
    • SW99 QA - Shorter and lighter trigger pull.
    • SW99C - Compact version of the SW99.

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