Discussion in 'On Topic' started by s2k, Oct 30, 2008.
I want one of those soooo bad, will be my first handgun
They seem to be anywhere from $600 - $650 on Bud's... but I don't see any in stock.
We have them for $550 i think.
who r we?
i wonder if its worth replacing the g26 with the p99c-as......
id say no.
AS trigger ftw. why bother with the compact, the normal size is small enough to tuck nicely away...and i dont even have a holster yet
If you find one you're doing well...
sell me urs
The AS trigger is a double/single action right?
double/single is correct
~9lb double action
when cocked the trigger will have almost no pull till its mid way break [where it will hold]. this is where you AS is. it will have a smooth 3-4lb pull back to where you will hear/feel a click. after that click [where you can comfortably hold until ready to fire [carefully if ever pointing at a living target, cuz it can be sensative]. after that second break its only 1/16" to release the striker
Walther crew signing in. love it
yeah i wanna try out the AS model
heres a vid demonstrating it
Now I know why my friend told me to check out the Walther P99 AS when I was looking at getting a G17, that's a really nice system and although ammunition is made well, it's nice to have that double action "second strike" in the case of a finicky primer.
P99c as crew
just put some xs dots on it the other day... so much easier to pick up quickly
I'd much rather have the same trigger pull every single time. Less to think about, less to screw you up in a high-stress situation.
Having all sorts of different trigger settings seems, to me anyway, to be a recipe for disaster should you actually need it to defend yourself.
Target practice? Sure, it's nice to have the lighter pull. But I believe you should practice while target shooting the exact same way it would be if you were using it for defense.
3 trigger settings? Nonsense.
Dont be a faggot, get the QA.
my P99 QA
allthatshit = QA trigger
its only 2 trigger settings. your probably making it out to be more complicated than it really is.
first shot, long heavy pull, every shot there after is a short single action.
if the striker is cocked already, it will be a short pull.
the term anti stress is refering to the 1/4 of play between the single action and the break so your nervous ass doesnt shoot someone by accident
its sort of the built in safety of sorts...cuz be warned, this pistol has NO active safety!
I think I paid $575 for mine btw
Here's my FAG gun
correct me if im wrong, but isnt the QA a single action 9lb pull? [or 6, i forget]
I thought it was 8lb, but yes. One single trigger puller all the time, every time.
I'm not the ninja shooter that yar or ab are but I really don't notice it shooting off the reset.
in all actuallyity tho, go to the store, put one in your hand, and try out the different triggers. i personally like a really light pull, and the AS is my fav.