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I wanted a colored frame. Everyone and his dog seems to have FDE. I don't see too many OD green framed guns around. I have seen one grey framed one at the range. That was a Glock 19. So grey it was, and besides I think all the grey framed HKs including the USPs are sharp. So as it is willed it shall be done!!!

It also doesn't help when HK is giving you 4 free mags as well.

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NICE, congrats! I like the grey!!


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I'd like to find a deal on a grey one.




 
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Thanks. I got it for $499.99 shipped brand new off of Gunbroker.
 
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VP9 fan here.... Nice color


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Awesome! Love the VP9, wish the tactical model came with a colored grip option. Would love an OD one.
 
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Awesome! Love the VP9, wish the tactical model came with a colored grip option. Would love an OD one.


CDNN has been offering them in FDE and Gray.
 
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I put 200 rounds through a brand new one, including 50 rounds of cheap UMC 115 grain ammo. No problems of any kind.
 
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Other than the black, the grey looks best. Actually I do like the grey the best. Sharp looking pistol. Congrats.
 
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That's a nice looking VP9. I have wanted one for awhile and will in fact be getting one in the next 6 months or so.
 
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By getting different colored side panels, you can create some cool looking duo tone grips. Black side panels on a FDE grip looks great. I think grey with black side panels would also look good. YMMV


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Newest? How many do you own?
 
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Awesome! Love the VP9, wish the tactical model came with a colored grip option. Would love an OD one.


CDNN has been offering them in FDE and Gray.


They have the non threaded barrel versions but I've never seen a threaded version in other than black.
 
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Big VP9 fan. when I was looking for a non Glock striker fired pistol. I bounced from Walther PPQ, to SIG P320 and the HK VP9. I like where I landed.


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No loaded magazine pic ? Big Grin

Nice looking pistol there.
 
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Have you shot it yet? CDNN has a VP9 I've been eyeballing with the enhanced lightened trigger (can't find info on the HK site). Price is right but I need convincing regarding the trigger.
 
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I have shot my all black one. I like the trigger. Smooth take up then a definite wall before a clean break. Shorter trigger reset than most HKs. Better trigger than a Glock or M&P.

I have not touched one with the enhanced trigger so I cannot say on that one. I noticed HK Parts has a drop in match trigger on their website but, appears to be not available yet.

Get one. They are an nice shooting striker fire handgun.
 
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Dig it !

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Ive got one of each color, have to be able to color coordinate right? I rounded the VP9 collection yesterday with a Tactical model that PSA had for 550.00 shipped. Should be good until VP9SK colored frames come out.


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