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    Welcome Squid. I have a Sig P226 Navy and love it.

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    Greetings and welcome from Florida. My PPQ is on the way to my local FFL.

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    Hello, Vigi5, and welcome from Missouri - and a fellow Navy veteran - to this great forum. Good folks & LOTS of info here! You gotta love that anchor on the 226!
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    Sorry to bring up this old thread, but I was wondering how, now that it has been over a year, you compare these two guns?

    I am looking for a full-size and have narrowed my choices down to these two.

    FWIW - I currently own a Walther P99c and use it as my everyday carry gun, and like it very much.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KtrainHurricane View Post
    Sorry to bring up this old thread, but I was wondering how, now that it has been over a year, you compare these two guns?

    I am looking for a full-size and have narrowed my choices down to these two.

    FWIW - I currently own a Walther P99c and use it as my everyday carry gun, and like it very much.
    Since the original poster has not been back since the day he posted this, his 1 and only post, I don't think you'll get an answer. But welcome to the forum.
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