So I have to ask what the purpose of the anti-stress trigger most of us love is. Why not just a traditional double action like you'd find on a sig or s&w where the trigger moves back when the gun is cocked? Is AS intended to allow you to carry cocked and have a light trigger with alot of take up like a glock? Is it an extra safety mechanism to help prevent an ND before decocking? To my understanding when a sig is cocked at least one safety mechanism is bypassed and they are no longer completely safe even with the light trigger pull aside. Is the p99 safe to carry cocked with the trigger forward? So I'm curious, what was walther's intention of the long single action first pull?