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Old March 14th, 2012, 03:30 PM #31
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...is there a way to tell if the firearm is cocked
Pull the trigger, if it goes "click" or "boom" then yes.
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Old March 14th, 2012, 04:32 PM #32
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I recall someone online had both and that the slides would fit each others frames, but the individual would not try to fire either firearm w/o its intended slide.

I have p99QA and have been trying to improve the trigger (with non advised methods), but do believe I will be buying a ppq in the future. I am not educated on firearms I do not own, so maybe you guys could help.

with the rear plate not having the striker viewable, is there a way to tell if the firearm is cocked? obviously if there is a round in the chamber you would believe the firearm is cocked, but just curious. (yes, I know always treat it as if its loaded.)

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I would think for a round to be able to get into the chamber it would have to be cocked. On the PPQ the extractor serves as a loaded chamber indicator.
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Old March 14th, 2012, 06:51 PM #33
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Well that's kind of what I figured, thanks
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some added information. I picked mine up tonight, I can't wait to shoot it, this trigger feels great.

Late model P99 mags are interchangeable with the ppq, the 17 rd ppq fits my p99 and feeds by hand with no issues.

holsters for the p99 may work, but will be tight. I have a fobus paddle for my p99, the ppq fits, but is not removed easily, I will not be using this for my ppq. For leather I am pretty confident they will work, will just have to fit them with a sock.

Hopefully I can get out this weekend and give it a real test.
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some added information. I picked mine up tonight, I can't wait to shoot it, this trigger feels great.

Late model P99 mags are interchangeable with the ppq, the 17 rd ppq fits my p99 and feeds by hand with no issues.

holsters for the p99 may work, but will be tight. I have a fobus paddle for my p99, the ppq fits, but is not removed easily, I will not be using this for my ppq. For leather I am pretty confident they will work, will just have to fit them with a sock.

Hopefully I can get out this weekend and give it a real test.
Congrats! It is a nice little gun, let us know how you like it.
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Ran at least 100 rnds through it today, I am very impressed. I did interchange p99 and ppq mags w/ no problems through the day. Grip feels great, trigger is unbelievable. I had 1 accidental double tap early in the day, I started to ride the reset during slow fire and was able to control it. Now I have to decide if I am going to sell my p99...
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ive had my ppq for about 6 weeks now...have put 1500 rounds through it and it has been flawless...very accurate, awesome trigger, and hides as well as i would ever need it to in my shielded double phalynx...it is not a sub compact so it will be larger than others, but if they consider a glock 19 compact, then i consider the ppq compact...

i couldnt be happier with my purchase...the only problem is it didn't come with unlimited ammo
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If you like Serpas, the Glock 20/21 Serpa works for the PPQ.
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If you like Serpas, the Glock 20/21 Serpa works for the PPQ.
It sure does. I picked up the G20/G21 Serpa a few weeks ago, and it certainly does work great.
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...it is not a sub compact so it will be larger than others, but if they consider a glock 19 compact, then i consider the ppq compact...
The PPQ is a full size gun, and it's in fact larger than the Glock 19.
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