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    AS vs QA Dilemma

    I am hoping to buy a p99 soon. But I am a little indecisive on which variant to get. I have shot very little. I had trouble with a DA/SA gun that I shot. The transition was awkward for me. I keep hearing the SA on the AS is great. But I know the QA has a consitent trigger pull.
    My question is should I get an AS and hope that I get used to the transition or should I get a QA and avoid the DA to SA transition all together?

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    Senior Member Baldy's Avatar
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    Ruckus Ship will be along here in a short and he can help you with the P99. He's got some nice ones and shoots them all the time. Good luck.

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    I don't see that the A/S is overly complicated. If U choose not to mess with the long SA pull, then it works just like a DA/SA - and, the SA is a sweet pull. After U break the trigger in, it gets very crisp.

    I find the QA too heavy. I do not think I could shoot the QA as well based on how I have prev shot with other guns w/ heavier triggers.

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    Member Mdnitedrftr's Avatar
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    I replied over on waltherforums too, but I figure Id post it here aswell.

    I cant say anything about the QA, but I bought my AS without shooting it, and I had no trouble getting used to the trigger. I love the SA trigger, it makes for quick double taps

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    Member hberttmank's Avatar
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    May 2006
    Go with the AS version. For accuracy a good single action pull is hard to beat. It takes some practice to get the first DA shot where you want it, but the next shots are a lot easier to hit with.

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    Member falshman70's Avatar
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    No VA & coastal SC
    I haven't tried the AS version, but my wife's QA has too heavy a trigger pull for my taste.........but then I'd go for a HK P2000 anyway.

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    Junior Member Stachie's Avatar
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    Orlando, Florida


    The QA trigger is heavy. I own mine mostly for protection purposes. If I intended to shoot a P99 competitively, I would choose the A/S trigger. Just my $.02

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