It is a heavy pull but not so short! It breaks about 3/4 into the pull!I think the QA is suppoed to have a short heavy pull on everyshot
I use Point of Aim for mine! It may be different for you tho'. I have some windage adjustment's to make on my P99 but POA works for me!How do the sights line up 6oclock?
They are imported by S&W. They have their own version called the SW99. I think on the .40 cal the slides are manufactured by S&W but the 9mm's are 100% German made! Hope this helps!I have a friend who was asking me questions about this pistol.. is this the P99 that is a Walther, marketed by S&W? It looks like a sweet piece!
That's what got me this pistol!!! :lol: I suffer from the "short finger syndrome". I have normal sized hands but my fingers are on the short/stubby side (no I DO NOT have grossly disfigured hands :lol: ). Anyway, I have the smallest backstrap on mine right now cause I can't get a comfortable grip with the others. The XD SC fits me perfect tho' (just got one of the pearce grip extensions and that fixed the "hanging pinky"). Tell him to give it a try, I wanted mine as soon as I picked it up.What he was attracted to about this pistol was the slim pistol grip, and the ability to change out the backstrap to adjust for his small hands. I don't know for sure if he has ever picked up an XD, but I think he feels that the XD will be too big in his hands to be comfortable. He also likes that it comes in .40 S&W.. which he rightfully feels is a more practical caliber because it allows for larger capacity mags, and maintains the slimmer proportions.
You would be describing the "AS" trigger (Anti-Stress). I have the QA (Quick Action). The QA is one constant trigger pull (bascially a DAO) and to me seems a little long and heavy! The decocker system on the QA's is to disengage the firing pin for takedown. My QA will not fire with the decocker depressed. To re-cock just pull the slide 1/8" - 3/8" and it will be ready to go. From what I understand in terms of the AS, it's a SA/DA and the "Anti-Stress" trigger is a safety feature (to prevent AD's when dropped). There may be a little more to the AS trigger (i'll have to check into it).from the times i've played with it, the QA has an interesting trigger. you can decock it, to make it long, heavy pull. or (here's where it gets weird) when in "single action" it has a long trigger, although EXTREMELY light in the first portion, then it begins to release the sear as normal. you can even lock and load, and then pull the trigger back a bit, and have it set partially rearward. however, i'm no P99 guru, i might have the AS and QA versions confused.