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Quote[/b] ]The trigger bar has got an indent to minimize rubbing on the right side of the gun. A flexing of the trigger bar can not be avoided.
The trigger bar will flex, the trigger bar will slightly rub the frame, the trigger bar should not actually flex the frame, that is excessive. I currently own 4 P99's, and was in the shop a few days ago looking over 3 other P99's, none of them flexed the frame at all during the DA or SA trigger stroke. You could feel varying amounts of friction in each pistols trigger pull, oil would help, but none of them showed any signs of the frame flexing from contact with the trigger bar.
 

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Nope...... maybe i'm blind, but none of mine flex.
Maybe I got all the loose fitted frames.
Even putting a straight edge along the frame doesn't show any distortion.
Ohhhh well......... maybe you guys are just lucky.
 
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