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I just read there were 7 QSA P99s made. What does the QSA stand for? Why weren`t more made? What would the value of a gun like that be?
 

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Quick single action......
it was a prototype of the QA... so more where made just with a slight change in the decocker.... the QA has a smaller decocker now....
 

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Could be wrong, but I thought the QSA stood for Quick-Safe-Action. :confused:

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To echo Uncut -

The QSA was the QA prototype. It had the trigger of a QA, but the large decocker like an AS. As the decocker doesn't serve the same everyday purpose in the QA as in the AS, the button didn't need to be as large.

IE, in the AS it changes modes. In the QA, it deactivates the striker completely... so, dont want a really bit button for that.

thorn
 
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