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In the 9mm, the WAP10001 is the standard trigger, and the WAP10006 is the MA friendly, heavier trigger.
Yep. And the MA trigger is horrible! I'm ordering a free-state PPS soon because I will not break my finger while protecting myself. I know you can order the connector and replace it yourself but I don't like to modify CCW's. Thanks for the replies everyone!
 

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Not marked on pistol. Not sure if it's on the paper work. It is just the part number for the whole package. Ed.
I believe the number is on a sticker on the outside of the carrying case.
If I recall, there's also a barcode on it.
 

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I see that you have not posted in awhile but if you are around please update a few of these items because this is a very informative thread for someone new looking for answers.
I have just purchased a WAP 10002 and can confirm that it is a PPS 40 with standard trigger, adjustable windage rear sight, comes with a 6 round and 7 round magazine, and all black frame.
This information should be the same for a WAP 10006 (9mm) and WAP 10007 (40) except both of these has a heavy trigger for MA. compliance.
Thanks, Steve
 
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