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Has any one discovered how to change the Anit-Stress trigger into the Traditional Action trigger...

Reading on a previous post, the difference is the "hump" you get in the first SA shot with the AS system... That little hump is there by design... Although I like the AS trigger, if that little "hump" was not there, it would not bother me in the least...

I'm hoping it's as simple as "oh yeah, just remove this little piece of plastic right here"... I know that may be a bit too much to wish for, but it sure can't hurt to hope, right?

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I guess I'm missing a big piece of the picture here...

How would any piece in the trigger system make the first SA shot different from the rest? Once you enter the SA mode, I can't imagine that one shot would be different than the rest.

When you say "hump" are you talking about take up on the trigger action? It's not clear to me what phenomenon you're describing.

I'm at a bit of a disadvantage because I don't have my P99 yet (the wait is killing me!) but I'm trying to understand the difference you're describing.

Thanks!
Jim
 

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Yeah, I'm not very good with the written word, sorry about that...

In single action, the first time you pull the trigger it goes through a "stage", and it clicks about half way. I called it a "hump", maybe bad terminology... It only does it the first time after cocking your gun... That is part of the "Anti-Stress" system... I'd like to smooth it out... The later shots have a much shorter reset/pull...

Navy87Guy, your right, you need your P99, you'll see... It's not really too pronounced, and not too bothersome... I just know Walther has made them without the hump/click and it's called the TA, Traditional Action...

I'm not wanting to do any major changes with a pretty darn good system, but if there is a way, with little modification, that wont effect reliability, I'm willing to listen...
 

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Wow...you were right and I was completely wrong. I looked at the Walther site and the chart they have posted of the trigger pull for each of the various models. The first SA pull on the AS is twice as long as the second (and subsequent) shots. That's got to be an interesting piece of engineering! It looks like the "hump" you're describing corresponds to the travel point for the second plus shot -- which would be halfway back. Interesting...

I understand why they did it -- to give you an extra "safety" in the heat of the moment. I've never had to fire for real, but I'm willing to bet that once the adrenaline kicks in, that extra .315 inches of travel won't be much of a speed bump to me getting the round out!

Thanks for the info, Hal!

Jim
 
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