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    Quote Originally Posted by ecsuser View Post
    ewww. That's one of those striker-fired race guns - isn't it.

    Lol yup! I do hope HK releases a completely sealed slide with no RMR cut for serious use. But we'll see. Honestly the full size VP9 does all I need, but I would appreciate a full...uh......er(?) size VP9 series pistol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by navyman8903 View Post
    .....Probably won't be the last. Behold my VP9L with Trijicon HD's. I know it's a competition slide, which I have zero illusions about. But I can't tell you the depths of disdain I hold for adjustable sights. It's why I don't own an expert, and it's why this happened.

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    Not seeing any advantage there. I guess if you really hate your pistol shooting POA=POI then by all means put fixed sights on it.

    I guess mine will be needing new irons as well since it will be wearing an ACRO P-1 soon.

    Going to carry the long slide anyway, I’m not convinced that slide cuts are realistically going to make the pistol unreliable. How long has the Beretta 92 been working with a totally open slide top?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Coal Dragger View Post
    Not seeing any advantage there. I guess if you really hate your pistol shooting POA=POI then by all means put fixed sights on it.

    I guess mine will be needing new irons as well since it will be wearing an ACRO P-1 soon.

    Going to carry the long slide anyway, I’m not convinced that slide cuts are realistically going to make the pistol unreliable. How long has the Beretta 92 been working with a totally open slide top?
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    @navyman8903

    Standard HD sights?
    Or those newer smaller front sight XR series?

    I’m looking at several of the XD XR sights for multiple.

    Not a big fan of adjustable myself.
    Only prob is the cost for multiple.
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    I’d say it’s a great looking gun!
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    I do concede it’s a damn fine looking pistol, and I do like the Trijicon HD’s a lot. I just personally have no problems with a well made adjustable rear sight.
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    What's your beef with adjustable sights?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Coal Dragger View Post
    Not seeing any advantage there. I guess if you really hate your pistol shooting POA=POI then by all means put fixed sights on it.

    I guess mine will be needing new irons as well since it will be wearing an ACRO P-1 soon.

    Going to carry the long slide anyway, I’m not convinced that slide cuts are realistically going to make the pistol unreliable. How long has the Beretta 92 been working with a totally open slide top?

    hah, hah, hah, hah, ahhhhhhhhhh, hah, hah, hah.........

    all HK handguns are sighted POA=POI. that only changes if you specifically get sights that are set up for "pumpkin and post" sighing...

    oh, and @navyman8903 knows what he is doing....
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    Nice work. Looks good.
    My recently acquired VP is a range and (maybe HD) only pistol. That said, I am really glad the adjustable sights are there on the long slide kit. Does everything I need it to do at the range.
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