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    Quote Originally Posted by jjracecar View Post
    Not being critical, but how durable is this? I'm interested if the durability is on par..
    Also will this affect warranty?? Just wondering..
    Warranty is voided with any modification. I have an HK P30 in OD Green and it's been close to two years. Here's what it looks like with holster wear.


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    Quote Originally Posted by TooSixy View Post
    I'm really sorry for that poor VP-9.

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    Any updates on those who have Omaha's refinished weapons cerakote job?

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    The gray looks great. Would love to have one in gray, any HK, preferably an USP I guess. A gray Hk45 Tactical would be high on my list too. My VTG19 is in gray and I like it a lot. I think I prefer gray over FDE.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ca survivor View Post
    I'm really sorry for that poor VP-9.
    I actually like that color; it is similar to Navy specwar camo blue-green, and the color of an old salt's cammies in the Corps. Cammies that had been through many washes and ironings started to turn that color, about 20 years back, and that's how old salts were distinguished from first-enlistment leathernecks. Though the above is more green than blue.
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    The more I think about it a gray framed HK45 Tactical would be pretty cool. With a standard black slide of course.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sean415 View Post
    Any updates on those who have Omaha's refinished weapons cerakote job?
    Not so good it seems

    https://www.hkpro.com/forum/hk-handgu...ml#post1790393


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    Quote Originally Posted by sean415 View Post
    Any updates on those who have Omaha's refinished weapons cerakote job?
    I purchased one from this vender about two weeks ago. I'll be quite honest I was not impressed with the quality of the cerakote job (had spots of rough/gritty cerakote) and the VP9 had a small ding on the front left corner of the rail. By no means does this affect the functioning of the firearm but for paying the premium for the cerakote job I was expecting a quality product. They initially offered to exchange for another one but a later email stated that Eric picked the best VP9 urban grey out of the bunch for me. So, the offer was changed to a full refund. I ended up just keeping it because I love the color so much and just chalked this up as a learning experience. I'll later update how well the cerakote is holding up. I personally recommend buying a new one and finding a certified cerakote applicator in your area that has experience and positive reviews.

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    Very disappointing. I was really looking forward to purchasing a firearm from them in OD green or urban grey. Leaning more toward the OD as the black underneath wouldn't show as much as it would in contrast to Grey but hey if it doesn't hold up then why waste the time and extra money

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    Quote Originally Posted by DBLAction454 View Post
    Smartass.

    Excellent weapon sir!

    If I may,


    It would make an excellent 6th example of the USP45 in my collection
    Great collection bro! I'm presently building my HK collection and want to add at least one or two USP's to it. The only reason why I haven't so far is that I don't know if it can be converted for lefties. Meaning; primarily the slide stop/lock is on the right side of the gun instead of the left side?
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