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    ....The obligatory and infamous P9M photo for yet another can we get a single stack thread....
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    P30SK was part of the European contracts for the P30. As for the VP9sk, I’m not sure, other than it is essentially the same frame as the P30.... Also, the VP9 was HK’s first significant push to the civilian market, so it is out of the norm for HK
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    The Japanese military is spending $250,000 on a maritime variant of the Heckler & Koch VP9, the SFP9-M.


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    Quote Originally Posted by LCSO264 View Post
    … the VP9 was HK’s first significant push to the civilian market, so it is out of the norm for HK
    The SK rollout is a market segment of the P/VP series, its production cost/phase is realized and where 98% tooling is existing (incl. mag chop saws). And HK doesn’t hate money, a buy-in in the lucrative/growing American SC CCW pot.

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    Ever consider a P7M8? I think that’s the slimmest pistol HK ever made.

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    Thinnest would be the P7 PSP style.

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    I think a VP9 compact is more likely... and both are unlikely. That being said, who knows, HK responded quite quckly (in HK terms) to demand for the VP9sk. While the VP9 got some good Mil/LE contracts overseas, its primary market in the U.S. has been civilian sales. It sold like crazy when it first came out and we all know that money drives the market.

    Personally, I wouldn't be interested in a single-stack micro myself. Been there, done that. Had Walther PPS and sold it in favor of the VP9sk. My wife has a SIG P365 and a Glock 33and although they are great shooters for the size, they just don't handle as well. I know there is a time and place for deep concealment but currently my "sk" is the smallest firearm I own and more often than not I carry a P2000.

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    I think it’d be a huge seller & feel HK is missing out on a big segment of the US civilian market. Pretty much every single stack pistol by every company that has been brought to market has been a big hit. From the budget Taurus G2s to the Mossberg mc1sc, Springfield armory hellcat, Glock 42/43, to the Sig P365–they’ve all been great sellers. Maybe they will surprise us.

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    If they would happen to go the single stack route (not holding my breath) I would like to see it built around the p2000sk design/model more than their striker Vp9sk. I can carry the p2000 much better than the Vp9sk. Let alone the awesome size of the sk’s. So for me a p2000sk single stack V1 would be simply fantastic!! Oh my what a pistol that would be IMO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jslow View Post
    If they would happen to go the single stack route (not holding my breath) I would like to see it built around the p2000sk design/model more than their striker Vp9sk. I can carry the p2000 much better than the Vp9sk. Let alone the awesome size of the sk’s. So for me a p2000sk single stack V1 would be simply fantastic!! Oh my what a pistol that would be IMO.
    Well, the VP9sk is slightly larger than the P2000sk or P30sk by design. They did this to increase the sight radius although I am surprised you say it doesn't carry as well since it is thinner and more contoured than the P2k. Are you using the finger rest mags? If so, try a flat base plate on them.

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