With the QA, if one forgets to rack the slide (or doesn't remember that he racked the slide) how do you tell if it is pre-cocked? Nothing will happen when the trigger is pulled if it is not pre-cocked, I presume since it doesn't have second strike capability?
So there is still a cocked / uncocked indicator on the back of the slide that would alert you of the state of the trigger?
Explain if you could the way the QA trigger works, never shot a Glock so that comparison would be useless.
Hey thanks, thats a pretty good description. Just one more question.
Does racking or pre-cocking the slide actually physically set the trigger back 6mm?
The Walther brochure decription of the QA trigger travel is confusing. It says something about 6mm, then 3mm. 3mm would be in the range of the SA on my HK USP. 6mm + 3mm would equal or exceed the travel of my P99 in SA mode now. Just not sure what they are describing?
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