GUN Walther P99c AS ....... where to buy with best price?

s2k

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Slick26

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They seem to be anywhere from $600 - $650 on Bud's... but I don't see any in stock. :sad2:
 

Hypnos_VI

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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 :hsd:

Walther crew signing in. love it :bigthumb:
 

Cannondale

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Apr 17, 2007
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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.
 

Slick26

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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.
 

bursty

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Jan 26, 2007
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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.

allthatshit = QA trigger :bowdown:
 

Hypnos_VI

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Apr 2, 2007
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Portsmouth, NH
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.

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 :noes:

its sort of the built in safety of sorts...cuz be warned, this pistol has NO active safety!
 

Soybomb

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Aug 30, 2003
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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.
I'm not the ninja shooter that yar or ab are but I really don't notice it shooting off the reset.
 

Hypnos_VI

JENGA!
Apr 2, 2007
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Portsmouth, NH
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.
 

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