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Old 11-14-2014, 01:55 PM   #11
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Quick question:

If you load a magazine in the P99 AS and rack it with the trigger trapped to the rear, will that put the pistol in SA Mode?
Yes, but:

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Wow, that sounds like an accident waiting for a time/place to happen. If you want the trigger in SA mode, rack the slide, then gently pull the trigger back about half way.....you'll hear and feel a 'click'. The trigger will stay in that 1/2 pull position which IS the SA position. Too Easy.
Better way. Muzzle in a safe direction, as always.
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Old 11-03-2015, 10:24 AM   #12
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Single on AS mode is like on PPQ, IMHO

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Old 11-03-2015, 02:08 PM   #13
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I dont have any experience with a P99, specifically, but I did buy a Magnum Research MR9 Eagle a couple of months ago (price was waaayyy to cheap to walk away from lol). The frame of the MR is a P99 frame with AS trigger manufactured in Germany by Walther and imported to MR with no markings other than 'Made in Germany'.
Point is, I like the AS system. I prefer carrying it in AS mode (cocked, trigger forward). It is not my EDC gun, more like the 'Im hiking and dont care if I drop it in the river' gun.

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Old 12-24-2015, 05:51 PM   #14
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Pre-staging the AS to SA always freaks people out especially RSOs. I usually leave it alone. Anyone here carry in that mode? Sorry for the necrothread revival.
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Old 12-24-2015, 06:42 PM   #15
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... Anyone here carry in that mode? ...
Don't go there. This has been chewed over ad nauseam and is a sure prescription for a locked thread.

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MGMike is correct. Run a search. A variety of threads will entertain you for hours on end ... or not.
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Old 05-25-2016, 05:00 PM   #17
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I was seriously deciding to buy the P99c AS, but after giving it thought, I changed my mind. Being old school, and reading other Forum members comments about the AS trigger, I felt that if might have been too complicated for me to want to fool around with. Besides, the non safety feature(s) suck. I own 2 PPk/s pistols, plus a PPQ 9mm. So I'm okay in the Walther firearms dept. for now.
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It's not complicated at all. It didn't take much for me to figure it out (a few minutes) once I got my full size. Then, all you have to do is practice shooting it like you carry it and that's it.
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It's incredibly easy to learn and master the AS trigger system.
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It's incredibly easy to learn and master the AS trigger system.
That is little comfort for some of the people on this forum.

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