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    Quote Originally Posted by JasperGTR View Post
    Why not both?

    If they have a button frame, and paddle frame, everything else we are discussing is slide only, right?

    I mean (arbitrarily), How hard would it be to make a VP9 b (button), and a VP9 p (paddle)? One thing I liked about the P320 (still haven't gotten used to it) is the modular frame. Possible to have one frame with button, another with paddle, one compact, another full size, etc... (not saying Sig these variants, just speaking about the modularity that brings choice)
    There's no reason you couldn't design and 3d print a paddle frame for the P320.

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    I like the vp9l.
    Milling looks nice. With the regular came with that option though not really smart for a duty gun.

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    I would like to grab a VP9L for a competition gun. I wonder how many years it will be before it is actually available...

    I would guess I have time to get another P30L and send it off for a reset reduction first. (Still a win)
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    Still waiting on VP9sk with thumb safety.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Klaustrophobia View Post
    Still waiting on VP9sk with thumb safety.
    That'd be so awesome!


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    Quote Originally Posted by rescueswimmer View Post
    Larry over at J&L Machining Works does some outstanding work as well. Here is a VP9 they did.
    Do those iron sights co-witness? The DP-P is very tall though the body of the unit, perhaps the tallest (thickest) of the Red Dot sights.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wisemenofgotham View Post
    You can always have Mark at L&M Precision mill one for you, he does great work:





    He did my P320c for me and it was flawless, never had an issue.

    Beautiful Sinn!

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    Quote Originally Posted by CK30 View Post
    Beautiful Sinn!
    It's been a few years, but both are still ticking along. Here they are today:
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    Quote Originally Posted by JasperGTR View Post
    Why not both?

    If they have a button frame, and paddle frame, everything else we are discussing is slide only, right?

    I mean (arbitrarily), How hard would it be to make a VP9 b (button), and a VP9 p (paddle)? One thing I liked about the P320 (still haven't gotten used to it) is the modular frame. Possible to have one frame with button, another with paddle, one compact, another full size, etc... (not saying Sig these variants, just speaking about the modularity that brings choice)
    Since they figured out how to do both the paddle and push button using the same magazine, I think offering either button or paddle would be the smart thing to do--the mold is the expensive part, and they obviously have that part done. I'm stoked about the prospect of a push button mag release VP9L. Take my damn money!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bpnkrtn View Post
    Do those iron sights co-witness? The DP-P is very tall though the body of the unit, perhaps the tallest (thickest) of the Red Dot sights.
    Here are some pictures it's almost perfect. The DPP obstructs about 2 mm of the rear notch. But shooting it I don't really notice the interference. And I didn't want extra tall sites. I really like the heinie suppressor sights and there's no comparison between the DeltaPoint Pro and an RMR as far as Clarity and field of view. Unless I'm co witnessing I keep the dot in the middle of the window and shoots POA POI for me.

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