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Discussion in 'Heckler & Koch Forum' started by StraightShooting90, Aug 18, 2019.
I had a thing for them back in the day.
Just purchased an Expert in 45ACP a month ago and absolutely love it - great trigger!!
Academy Sports right now -
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Because I'm lazy & haven't read all the comments, I'm guessing somebody has suggested finding a black one-which sometimes pop up as police trade ins-and get the slide refinished.
I'd be highly surprised if nobody else made this comment!
Well, hold on to your knickers.
The W. German pistols will bring a slight premium over the U.S. made.Some do not know this,so you might get a more valuable pistol at a good price.Be careful of VP9's,as the new ones have 17 rd. mags. and are cut for MOS.I would suggest going to the HK forum and HK website before I bought.
They all have the 17-round mags. They're flush-fit on all VP-9s.
Since I own VP9's,they all came with 15rd. mags.Only the new ones have changed to the 17rd. and MOS cutout.
And I bought 17-round mags for my VP9T, VP9 and VP9SK. So they all have them. It just takes money.
I bought an HK USP barely used for $700. Came with two steel mags. Then I got stupid and sold it so I could buy another Glock. Little did I know that the HK USP is one of the very few factory guns that requires no modifications to shoot 45 Super which is my new favorite round. So I had to spend a few hundred to convert my G21 to shoot 45 Super. The all black HK was a beauty. Biggest mistake I’ve made was selling it. I must say that HK’s are a lot harder to work on than Glocks. Changing springs requires their proprietary tools. But you’re right on the money looking into buying one of those. Good luck brother.
It certainly doesn't. A slightly ground set of needle nose pliers is very useful when dicking around with the trigger spring, but not necessary.
It’s not much fun replacing some of those springs
That is a truth. And I did finally sacrifice a cheap pair of needle-nose pliers for those trigger springs....