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    Quote Originally Posted by a_minimalist View Post
    Is it even possible? How do people make it look so easy with Glocks? Never owned a Glock so just curious.
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    Quote Originally Posted by a_minimalist View Post
    That's what I figured but man, no joke, some of these vids you'd think they really could do it with their pinky. How many rounds through until it's broken in?
    I don't press check, as a lefty it's hard to do anyway, but my grey vp9 with the stiffer spring loosened up quite a bit after about 250 rounds, but it's still much stronger than my original vp9 with the weaker spring.

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    Quote Originally Posted by a_minimalist View Post
    Is it even possible? How do people make it look so easy with Glocks? Never owned a Glock so just curious.
    Slightly easier on a Glock. No hammer to overcome. Otherwise you can press check any gun

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    Quote Originally Posted by JonFrost View Post
    I don't press check, as a lefty it's hard to do anyway, but my grey vp9 with the stiffer spring loosened up quite a bit after about 250 rounds, but it's still much stronger than my original vp9 with the weaker spring.
    As a fellow lefty I don't see what the difference is

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    Them little charging handles on the rear of the slide make it quite easy to press check a VP9. As mentioned, give it whack on the back of the slide after. Good to go.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Arik View Post
    Slightly easier on a Glock. No hammer to overcome. Otherwise you can press check any gun

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    Ok, somebody was going to say this. So, why not me. .... Uh, the VP9 doesn't have a hammer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KennyL View Post
    Ok, somebody was going to say this. So, why not me. .... Uh, the VP9 doesn't have a hammer.
    Yeah that was a brain fart on my part. I read VP but was picturing a SK

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arik View Post
    Yeah that was a brain fart on my part. I read VP but was picturing a SK

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    A P30sk? Because the VP9sk ..... well, you know how that sentence was going to end. ......

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    I can't wait till they release more VPs so we can have more threads like this . ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by JonFrost View Post
    I don't press check, as a lefty it's hard to do anyway, but my grey vp9 with the stiffer spring loosened up quite a bit after about 250 rounds, but it's still much stronger than my original vp9 with the weaker spring.
    Neither do I. Just curious as to how two striker fired pistols could be so different in that regard.

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