A joint venture between Smith & Wesson and Walther, the SW99 has proven to be a reliable addition to the extensive line of Smith & Wesson auto pistols. The Smith & Wesson SW99 is a modern, polymer frame pistol that is nearly identical to the Walther P99. The SW99 features an internal striker and an ambidextrous magazine release. The manual decocker is located atop the slide on the left side, and allows the shooter to safely decock the striker without touching the trigger and incorporates an easily felt cocking indicator. The unique ergonomic polymer grip of the SW99 was designed by renowned Italian match pistol grip designer Cesar Morini to fit the human hand better than any other grip on the market. The SW990 variant is double-action-only and does not have a decocking button. This pistol features 3-dot sights and includes two extra backstraps, a 10-round magazine, and two 12-round magazines. Its grips, its metal, and its and bore are all in very good condition.