>>28726722 I have one and can sell it in less than a day because I've put up ads on armslist and everyone bites. Trigger is nice and smooth too. I've never had any issues with mine OP, they are great range toys.
I don't even own a Glock, but I definitely regret buying this piece of garbage. Even with the constant cleaning and lubrication it has a trigger that feels like it's sliding through sandpaper and it often has to be pushed into battery for the first round. I'll stick to the hammer fired HKs from now on and as soon as someone local will give me $500 (including a nice kydex holster) for this I am getting rid of it.
>>28726769 It's a meme, I've shot mine out when the rain was pouring and the whole gun was totally soaked, and just about everyone propagating the meme has never held or shot a VP9. >>28726780 Why didn't you dry fire it and feel the trigger before you bought it? MY VP9 has a really smooth trigger.
It was my first gun and they had just come out so it was a mix of hyper and inexperience. I've sent it into HK and it came back with the trigger no better than when I sent it. I've dry fired them in stores to see if it's just mine and they just have a trigger that feels like it catches. It's just not a gun I'll ever like. Once I sell it I am getting me an m11a1 and never looking back.
>>28726874 Understandable, I've never handled one that didn't have a nice trigger, I've also never handled a SIG (newer, not older) that wasn't a piece of shit. When I went to buy my VP9 I was actually looking for a SIG. Then another time I went to look for a SIG 229 and got a USPc instead.
>>28726890 I've seen a good number of torture tests done on the VP9 and it passed all of them. Not to mention that you're not going to be packing your gun full of mud or take it swimming with you, so any actual use is going to be far less than what these tests did anyways.
>>28726114 OP, I've shot mine in the rain with no issues. I wouldn't try to get it wet but I wouldn't be too worried about keeping it completely dry either; it's not made out of sodium.
>>28727093 >I've seen a good number of torture tests done on the VP9 and it passed all of them do share
>Not to mention that you're not going to be packing your gun full of mud or take it swimming with you dude, it failed immediately, after being placed in a puddle. it got gritty and failed when exposed to sand and when he field stripped it he could barely see the sand that was affecting it. that is an impressively lame torture fail.
>>28727434 i never claimed it passed a good number of torture tests, there aren't even that many on the gun out there, and that was a different poster that claimed that, these tests are stupid as any striker fired gun will have issues if you understand the basic operation of the firearm, in that long video the guy also tests a usp9 and it passes with flying colors
>>28726114 I've always liked HK for a couple of reasons. >Best barrel and rifling >good factory sights >superior grip angle >neat DA/SA trigger with decocker, specifically the newer iterations of the LEM. I suppose the VP9 carries most of that over with it to the striker fired platform. I just can't get passed the ugly ass wings, the fact that I'm still almost as much as for a the better guns HK makes. For a striker fired gun, I'm with all the people saying to get a Glock.
HK pistols have never held up to dirt/water/grime as well as Glocks but they've also always felt nicer to shoot. I'm more accurate with an HK. It's just why get one if you're not really going to get one you know?
Frankly, them declaring bankruptcy paired with the MAC fail is enough to cause question about current build quality as they struggle financially.
>>28728794 It's because Glockfags need something to bash. Overall if the VP9 has been approved by all departments it means its been tested through normal operating conditions. I mean what fucking officer/soldier would be stupid enough to bury a gun in mud? What would that test prove?
>>28727228 Damn...I haven't messed with /k/ related stuff since 2012 when my friend who loved guns moved from here, but I have a hard time believing that HK could make something of such shitty quality. What happened?
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