GUN custom trigger on a P99?

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  1. DoucheBag

    DoucheBag New Member

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    is there anywhere i can get custom work done to the trigger of my P99? Or any kits i can buy? ive never seen anything anywhere :dunno:
     
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    To my knowledge there is no one specializing in P99 trigger work. You could call Earl's Repair Service and see if they have any recommendations I suppose. It might be worth checking to see if the S&W performance center offers their services on it. I would also like to have the DA pull on my P99 massaged a bit but haven't dug around much. Honestly it seems to me like a lot of p99 owners are more collectors than frequent shooters so I don't think there is much aftermarket service.
     
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    yeah, i need something a little smoother. my finger actually hurts after the first magazine :o
     
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    QA or DAO? I think the SA mode of the AS model is pretty decent.
     
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    saxman Burninating the peasants

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    The QA ones tend to be a bit gritty... there's a how to on the walther forum on how to fix it...

    the AS trigger is nice and light in SA mode... even in DA, it's not too bad :dunno:
     
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    you know.. i never bothered researching the specs on my pistol before now. i just found out that my QA (that much i already knew :o ) has a trigger pull of 8lbs. the AS is only 4.4lbs. had i known that in the beginning i would have gotten the AS :o
     
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    Like Saxman said, people do tune their QA triggers a little bit with some spring replacement/clipping, you might look into it.

    If you like a DA/SA gun the AS model is pretty nice.
     
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    guess ill look into that.. if i could just shave a few pounds off the pull i think id be pretty happy. hope its not too expensive
     
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    Best way to fix the Walther AS trigger? Sell it and get a QA model

    :bowdown:
     
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    saxman Burninating the peasants

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    I think you have that backwards ;)
     
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    you prefer an 8lb pull over a 4lb pull? :hsugh:
     
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    :ugh:
     
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