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The Walther P99 in one underrated weapon to be sure. In the 9mm with AS trigger I have two full size and one compact model. The P99 AS can be used in SA/DA like a hammer fired pistol ot cocked to start in SA mode with long (Anti Stress) or short travel. The trigger feels like a 3 lb trigger even though the literature puts the SA at something like 4.5 lbs.
Weights and sizes are about similar to the Glock 19 for the standard P99 model and Glock 26 for the P99 compact. The bore axis is higher than the Glock so the Walthers are a little snappier but it's not a huge deal. These have become my main carry pieces and I only wish they would offer a PPS in a lighter weight with the AS trigger instead of that horrible Glock like QA. As it stands, if a semi's weight and size is acceptable on the day then one of the P99s are worn. If not, a 340PD Smith is the usual choice.