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Old 06-11-2016, 08:38 PM   #51
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Post a link to an add touting an 11 # DA trigger pull on the P99. I think the PPS has something like that in Maine, maybe the P99 does too, but that'd be news to me.

Walther advertises the P99 as having a 9 lb. DA pull and a 4.5 lb. SA pull. I have a Lyman digital trigger pull gauge....and confirmed these ratings on my P99.



Here ya go.....this covers ALL the current P99 offerings (P99 9mm/40, P99C 9mm/40). They all have the SAME trigger pull....see below.

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Old 06-11-2016, 08:43 PM   #52
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Don't know where you're getting that figure. The 9-pound DA/4.5-pound SA figures I got came from the WaltherArms website. But, just to make sure, I went to the German CarlWalther.DE website and double checked. There they list the trigger as 4,000gr DA/2,000gr SA, which works out to 8.82 pounds DA and 4.41 pounds SA.
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Old 06-12-2016, 08:33 AM   #53
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My Wrong Guys, I got the 11# from the thread on here about triggers posted on 12-11-13 by IOF. I must have looked at every review that there is and have tried to compare the 99 with others. Too much info. Sorry gents and thanks for straightening me out. Quick
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Old 06-12-2016, 09:11 AM   #54
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Brother Walther owners. I have a CCP, a PPX and a shield. I really would like to spring for a P99c AS. Everyone talks about spring replacements. Is there someone on here who has a___ stock____ P99cAS that has been fired a few hundred rounds and uses a trigger gauge to tell exactly what the DA and SA are breaking at, at this time? Could be deal breaker or maker, not to anxious about 11# DA. Quick
No problem, Quick. Personally, I'm a tweaker......a spring changer.....I mess with everything. Sometimes I do good, other times not. But I always learn something along the way. Yep, the P99C is a fine pistol, and the three trigger modes (DA, AS & SA) are unique in the industry. The DA pull, at 9 lbs. is so smooth, it doesn't seem like 9 lbs. and ALL followup shots automatically transition to SA, which just happens to be one of the BEST SA pulls/breaks and reset on the market.

If you're looking for a compact pistol with a DA/SA pull, you can't do better than a P99C. I use 'slickguns' search engine to find deals....it doesn't list EVERY seller out there, but it does a pretty nice job. Here ya go...I searched using the UPC code for a 9mm ( https://www.slickguns.com/search/apa...0113?view=list ).
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