Walther P99 Compact

Grips for Walther P99 Compact



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TALON Grips for Walther Arms P99 Compact 9mm and .40 models. This rear wrap grip is available in both granulate and rubber textures and offers full side panel coverage including the thumb rest area, full coverage under the trigger guard, and full coverage on the backstrap. Extended magazine grips are available for this model (sold separately). FREE SHIPPING!*

  • 100% made in the USA
  • Custom designed and manufactured for this specific firearm for an OEM quality fit and finish
  • Low profile grip adds minimal bulk/size
  • Available in granulate texture - Often referred to as sandpaper or skateboard tape, this provides positive grip on the firearm and best suited for holster carry and competition shooting.
  • Available in rubber texture - This textured rubber grip provides positive grip on the firearm and is more commonly used for concealed carry (less likely to irritate skin or snag on clothing) and users with softer hands.
  • Easy to install within minutes (proper installation requires a hair dryer or heat gun)
  • Instructions and cleaning pad included
  • Most cleaning solutions do not harm the grip, but avoid aerosol based solvents like CLP.
  • Adhesive will not move once properly installed and can be easily removed with little to no residue.
  • 30 day refund for return of unused product
  • 90 day warranty

So happy with the rubber grip on my P99c! Not only is it the perfect texture but it looks awesome too! Great that they have the pieces for the pinky rest and grip adaptor. Great customer service too. I actually sent in my grip adaptor for them to use to design that piece and they were fast and even sent mine for free! I rave about these on every forum and recommend them strongly to every new P99c owner I talk to.

I have several sets of Talon grips and they are all excellent, including these. I actually cut off the part that would rub against my skin since this is one of my carry guns. That's not an important part of my grip and I'm glad I did it, as I still have coverage on the front, back, and opposite side of my grip. For THIS gun, that was a good choice, for others it might not be. The rubber texture that I always get wouldn't be painful anyway, but again, for this particular gun I prefer to have the bare grip surface rubbing against me. As with all Talons, just follow the directions and take your time with the application. None of mine have ever even tried to come off.

Great product. Easy installation and cut perfectly for my P99. Improved grip retention 100%. I ordered the rubber textured one and the texture provides just the right amount of "tackiness" for my hands. To date has been very durable.

Before I easily installed your product on 3 of my handguns I was constantly replacing the grip tape that I was previously using. Besides the fact the Talon Grips are very comfortable and stylish, they take the abuse of daily carry. I've yet to have any issues with peeling off and will continue to use the soft style.

The instruction are clear, The fit and feel is superb. In minutes the grip went from good to amazing and their customers service reps are second to none. replied to all of my question immediately after emailing them.

Fits perfectly and adds to the comfort of the pistol.

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