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Yesterday I was at the shooting range when I noticed a blue Walther pistol case on the table with the marking "Walther P99 SA 9X19mm Black".

The guy shooting with it is a combat shooting instructor (working as a police officer) but I did'nt have the chance (or time) to ask him about his gun. Is this a special Single Action model for combat shooting or does the SA refer to "Stad Antwerpen" (City of Antwerp) and is his gun a special version for the Federal Antwerp Police. I know that the Antwerp Police lately has bought a large number of modified Glock 19 pistol (with increased trigger pull).

Any insight would be wellcome    
 

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If it were destined for a police outfit, it has to have an acceptance stamp on it. If you see they guy again ask to examine his pistol.

I wouldn't think that SA stood for single action, since Walther has a similar fire control group in the QA model.

It may have been a QA model. Schneller Auslöser translated is Quick Trigger. Don't know for sure.
 
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