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Hello everyone, I was playing around on youtube and I saw this Walther PPS M2 video. The salesman is saying why or how they were able to lower the price of the M2 and he says something that I was totally unaware of...an adjustment mechanism for the trigger of the PPS Classic model! Start at the 1:57 point if you do not want to watch the whole video. The entire video is only two minutes and forty four seconds. Comments are welcomed and appreciated. Thank you.

 

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Wow. I don't think I'll be giving my M1 a deep cleaning in the future...
 

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Now I'm going to want to learn how that is done.
So would I. The English language manual for the M1 doesn't mention it being there. However it does mention an optional magazine safety. It looks like that was something else dropped from the M2 to decrease cost.
 

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Yes....the M1 provided two disconnectors which either decreased or increased trigger pull weight.

The H disconnector was for Mass, as they require(d) a heavier trigger than other states.



Chandler5566, I never knew that. Now I'm going to want to learn how that is done. Thank you, sir.

If your PPS has the S disconnecter, I'd leave it. Unless you want a heavier trigger. I think there's some confusion in this thread....the PPS did not come with two disconnectors, it was offered with a soft (S) or heavier (H). If you have a PPS Classic, this can quickly be ascertained by removing the slide and looking at the disconnector. It's the light colored bare metal part, and it will have an S or an H.



So would I. The English language manual for the M1 doesn't mention it being there. However it does mention an optional magazine safety. It looks like that was something else dropped from the M2 to decrease cost.
Mag safety? Ewww. No way, jose.
 
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