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Discussion in 'General Firearms Forum' started by Longbow, Oct 21, 2018.
Now, I might consider getting one.
Does the new mag release allow it to function if dirty?
Maybe not. But it is a cool looking polymer gun.
VP9s don’t work when dirty?
I believe it works with regular VP9 magazines, and, if that’s true, great job by HK to keep the magazines standard across styles.
I am sure it will sell
trigger guard mag releases can stay over in europe where they belong
Blech! Why bother bringing out a VP9 variant with an inferior magazine release when they should concentrate on bringing a .45ACP version to market
Man.....I grew to love paddle releases in short order. This is a step backwards.
I know you’re just having fun. FWIW, I’ve said the same thing about 9mm and soccer.
Because they will increase sales for HK.
Paddle releases are much better.
Great to see it finally in USA. HK will sell a whole bunch of them and always great to see more choices available. A Walther rep had mentioned on Walther forum that the M2 PPQ outsells the original M1 version by about 10 to 1.
paddle releases beat the european style of heel releases but friggin hate them compared to a button
I prefer the paddle release on it.
I have two VP9s and really like the paddle releases as well.
Same with my Walther PPQs. The first was a lightly used M1 with paddle release and the second an M2 with the button. Walther did a better job with their button release than most of the polymer framed button release handguns I've owned. But, I still prefer the paddle release M1. Also have the paddle release on a Walther P99 compact. The paddles are just marginally faster to use, at least for me.
As with most things, it's just personal choice.
I really like the standard VP9 mag release. I wasn't sure I would when I first got it, but I do like it. The button would not bother me, but I would not choose it over the original!