The 1mm trigger reset is also incredibly tactile. This makes the P99AS a breeze to 2x-3x tap and rapid fire. It's actually a shorter reset and lighter trigger break then my PPQ45. The PPQ has the slightest bit of 'take up' after the reset, the P99AS has nearly zero. This actually had me breaking the 2nd rd before the firearm was back on target. The wide trigger face makes a difference too.Mine is incredibly accurate and shoots the fastest, most precise DA to SA double taps of any DA/SA gun I’ve tried. The trigger and overall feel of the gun is unlike anything else, in my opinion.
But, I agree—it is kinda snappy. I guess because it’s so light. It’s about the same weight as a PPK. The ergonomics are also… different. But it works. For me, anyway. The gun always shoots fantastically.
I've removed all the snap from my P99AS.
Threaded barrel and compensator, rail adapter (frame weight), laser, and DPM progressive recoil system. These modifications have resulted in a gun that has only the slightest muzzle rise, and it naturally returns on target with a very comfortable light grip. I'm able to put 16rds in a sub 8" group (@ 7yds) in under five seconds.
The tax stamp for my suppressor can't come soon enough. Have the CAM-LOCs and Carry Comps installed.