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    Quote Originally Posted by Meho1277 View Post
    Is the long slide kit reserved only for the vp9 or will it work on a sk?
    Regular VP9 slide won't fit on an SK (I've tried it) so I'm pretty confident that the even longer L slide won't fit either.

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    I finally remembered to order my long slide kit (with my HKPRO code), at the last minute last night. got an email this morning, HK-USA has shipped it.... looking forward to some time behind the new long slide....
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    Do the long slide kits use the same recoil spring/assembly as the Vp9?

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    Quote Originally Posted by shadowhunter View Post
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    Is the P30L better shooting because is has a hammer not striker??
    I personally have always preferred a hammer gun. I know you can shoot faster with a striker, but to me, what makes the P30L feel better is the overall feel and quality. Better grip stippling, slightly fuller and heavier feel, taller slide looks better when looking through the sights.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sean415 View Post
    Do the long slide kits use the same recoil spring/assembly as the Vp9?
    Yes


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    Quote Originally Posted by rs4pilot View Post
    Just received mine today. Looking forward to trying it out.

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    Sexy combo. I’m considering grabbing a tan VP9 to create the same combo. 👍
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    After getting the long slide kit I thought it would be a while before seeing any holsters available. Seen where Comp-Tac had them, this one came today. Never used their holsters before, seems to be nicely built and they were very quick on the shipping
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails VP9 Long Slide Kit-img_3680-copy.jpg   VP9 Long Slide Kit-img_3681-copy.jpg  

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    Quote Originally Posted by Whisper View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Meho1277 View Post
    Is the long slide kit reserved only for the vp9 or will it work on a sk?
    Regular VP9 slide won't fit on an SK (I've tried it) so I'm pretty confident that the even longer L slide won't fit either.
    Dagnabit, that would be the ultimate firearm, you could carry small, and with a simple conversion, ie....long slide/barrel and a 15 or 20 round vp9 mag with a sleeve, the ultimate range/competition gun.
    Last edited by Meho1277; 03-15-2019 at 06:13 PM. Reason: Spelling

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    Quote Originally Posted by LEEF View Post
    I personally have always preferred a hammer gun. I know you can shoot faster with a striker, but to me, what makes the P30L feel better is the overall feel and quality. Better grip stippling, slightly fuller and heavier feel, taller slide looks better when looking through the sights.
    For me, the p30/p30l features a more form fitting grip. I found a suitable arrangement of side and backstraps for the p30 easdily - whereas I still do not know what side and backstraps on the VP9 work best for me. If only they made a VP9 backstrap a touch larger than the small backstrap, with a broader radius near the tang....

    Much prefer the VP9 trigger - its reset sets it above most if not all other striker fired pistol triggers...... but for the VP9 backstraps.....:(

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    Quote Originally Posted by WolfieRules View Post
    800 rounds so far, no issues at all. Definitely shoots flatter and softer than standard VP9. I have a few VP9s, so take one with to the range to compare directly with the 9L. The 9L is just too easy to shoot well.

    Now I'm snooping for a P30L...it's an addiction
    P30L is an awesome pistol - but the trigger is a different beast. the reset is noticeably longer, and will definitely feel so after shooting a VP9. The DA on the p30 is heavy, but workable......

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