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I decided to buy a P99 based on its performance at a rental range. I just picked up my P99 today to find out that the trigger is significantly different than the one I tried at the range. I now know that the rental gun was an old style trigger. Is it possible to have my P99 retrofitted with the old style trigger? I know the trigger will loosen up, but it's too curvy like the HK triggers.
 

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Hi rik. I havn't had my 2 yr old P99 side by side with the new style, but from the pictures, they both seem to have the same curvy trigger. just the trigger guard dosn't have the old hump inside it it on the new style.
If the trigger feels different, you might try changeing the backstrap. changeing the backstraps will change how your finger will set and work on the trigger too.
 

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Your 2 year old one would still have the same new trigger. Only 6000 of the old style trigger were made, and imported by Interarms I think. I just shot 120 rnds today, it wasn't bad, but the difference in the triggers is really knawing at me. I'm seriously considering trying to find someone to trade with.
 

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Quote[/b] (Riktoven @ June 23 2004,5:07)]Your 2 year old one would still have the same new trigger.  Only 6000 of the old style trigger were made, and imported by Interarms I think.  I just shot 120 rnds today, it wasn't bad, but the difference in the triggers is really knawing at me.  I'm seriously considering trying to find someone to trade with.
Do you know what walther called that particular trigger?
 
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