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Old 12-12-2006, 4:40 PM
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Default WTS Smith & Wesson SW99

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Old 12-13-2006, 1:10 PM
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What kind of trigger is the SW99? I know the P99 had a DAO (like my P990), DA/SA (called Anti-Stress), and a Glock-style trigger (called Quick Action). Did the SW99 have the same options?
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Old 12-13-2006, 7:13 PM
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I'm not sure what they call it. If you just rack it there is some easy take-up and the trigger sets to the rear for a shorter pull and then it breaks. If you de-cock it there is a heavy double action first shot then the rest are the short reset type. Its it not the Double Action Only version with a heavy trigger for every shot.

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Old 12-14-2006, 5:50 AM
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Sure does, sounds just like the Walther Anti-stress trigger:

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The anti-stress trigger makes the P99 one of the world's safest firearms by preventing unintentional "reflex" firing in stressful situations. The decisive innovation: When the slide is racked completely to the rear upon loading, the trigger remains in the forward position for the first shot; not only in the double action trigger mode, but also in the single action mode. The trigger travel is .551" long in the anti-stress mode (at 4.4 lbs. trigger force), preventing inadvertent firing. On all subsequent shots, the trigger travel is reduced to .314" (at the same trigger force) and this permits firing in rapid sequence, due to the quick reset of the P99 trigger.
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BTT - No interest in a like new SW99?
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BTT - No interest in a like new SW99?
What is the barrel length on your SW99? Is this the model with or without a decocker?
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Old 12-15-2006, 8:31 PM
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What is the barrel length on your SW99? Is this the model with or without a decocker?
The box says 4" and it does have the decocker.
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One last time BTT
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Interested, would you consider shipping it?
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Interested, would you consider shipping it?
Sure if its still on the list.
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Old 01-06-2007, 3:01 PM
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SW99, 9mm, 4" barrel is on the list.
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My 9mm SW99 has the AS trigger system DAO 1st round, SA thereafter, carry with chamber loaded and de-cocked. The thing is reliable as gravity.
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