Compared to the stock trigger on my PPQ M2 22LR is it very crisp. Like it a lot, glad I bought the Expert.
You are now driving a sports car as opposed to a family sedan.According to the specs the trigger pull is only 20 Newton (4.5 pounds according to google), and it is indeed quite light. The reset is minimal, so you can do rapid fire easily. I accidentally fired a second shot once, just because I moved my trigger finger a tiny bit... Since I was still/already aiming down range for my next shot, no problem. But I was surprised. I was not used to such a delicate trigger from my PPQ M2.
Didn't adjust anything up to now, want to get used to the Q5 first.
Thanks for the response. Good to hear you can get ammo.9mm is no problem to get, but we only have a couple of gunshops in the Netherlands. I leave nearest to the largest shop (and it is small compared to the gun shops in the States), where I can buy 9mm easily. After I know which brand I would like (bought a couple of boxes of mixed brands to test) I will get 1000 rounds of my favorit ammo (cheaper in bulk).
Since we only have sport shooters here, we also have no shortage of amo. No self defense hoarders here... Even if I would be attacked, I am not allowed to use my guns for self defense. If I would, my license would get revoked permanently...
Welcome to the forum Ron. The PPS M2 is a new pistol. I'm sure you will enjoy it.Thought I'd drop a note here to say hello, and thanks in advance for info I'm sure I'll find here. Recently picked up a PPS M2 LE in 9mm that I'm sure I'll enjoy. Grew up hunting, etc but haven't shot much in years. Looking forward to getting back into shooting again. Other hobbies include motorcycle riding (covered 45 states so far), flyfishing, and running - although that one is slowing down as I drift through my old codger years