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    Default VP9 Colored Frames from Omaha Outdoors?

    Have you or do you know of anyone who purchased from this company? Curious on the quality of the cerakote.

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    Just read through the thread, thanks! How has the cerakote held up? Looking at the OD green or Foliage Green.
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    That is not cerakoted. That's a factory OD USP .40 Custom Combat.

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    yeah I know its mine :)

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    Vp9 looks sweet in grey
    If it's HK I want it.

    I Back the Blue.

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    Here is a pic of mine from Omaha Outdoors.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EVS View Post
    Here is a pic of mine from Omaha Outdoors.

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    So, for those that have the coated frames from Omaha Outdoors, how have they held the color after use?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Turkina View Post
    So, for those that have the coated frames from Omaha Outdoors, how have they held the color after use?
    I just received mine and can honestly say I'm disappointed in the quality of the product. This is my second VP9 and I decided to spend the extra money (approx. $250) for the cerakote version because I wanted something different. I did a quick glance when I took ownership at my FFL but when I got home I noticed some (minor) issues with the firearm. First, there was a small ding on the front left rail. Second, I noticed that some areas of the cerakote were rough instead of smooth. These issues by no means affect the functioning of the firearm, but for paying a premium I expected close to perfection. They did offer a full return though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JDMRN81 View Post
    I just received mine and can honestly say I'm disappointed in the quality of the product. This is my second VP9 and I decided to spend the extra money (approx. $250) for the cerakote version because I wanted something different. I did a quick glance when I took ownership at my FFL but when I got home I noticed some (minor) issues with the firearm. First, there was a small ding on the front left rail. Second, I noticed that some areas of the cerakote were rough instead of smooth. These issues by no means affect the functioning of the firearm, but for paying a premium I expected close to perfection. They did offer a full return though.
    Thanks you for the feedback.

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