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    Thanks for your report, terrific.

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    Quote Originally Posted by et2041 View Post
    James, was there any discussion about duty holster offerings (now or future)?

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    Thanks everyone. I'm glad you all enjoyed the report.
    Several companies are already offering holsters specifically for the VP9 and some of the holsters designed for the P30 will work as well. Check out Raven Concealment and Safariland. Also, G-Code just released several of holsters for the VP9.
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    Thanks for your report James ! Great news hearing that .40 and compacts are coming soon!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marine0303 View Post
    Thanks everyone. I'm glad you all enjoyed the report.
    You have a good way of writing about a technical subject that makes it easy to digest. Some people talking about firearms, makes my head hurt. Your after-action reports are very easy to follow.

    Also, is the stipple depth gauge for real?!
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    Quote Originally Posted by gopherboy128 View Post
    You have a good way of writing about a technical subject that makes it easy to digest. Some people talking about firearms, makes my head hurt. Your after-action reports are very easy to follow.

    Also, is the stipple depth gauge for real?!
    Thanks, being a Marine Officer helps with approaching difficult or large amounts of info with a Keep It Simple Stupid (KISS) mindset.

    No, the stipple depth gauge was a joke. When you see the list of tooling HK designs to support their weapons, the humor is easier to understand.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marine0303 View Post
    Thanks, being a Marine Officer helps with approaching difficult or large amounts of info with a Keep It Simple Stupid (KISS) mindset.

    No, the stipple depth gauge was a joke. When you see the list of tooling HK designs to support their weapons, the humor is easier to understand.
    I have never seen a list of HK tooling (might be kind of neat to see) but after the $960 barrel wrench, and knowing how Germans are with their designs, it really wouldn't surprise me. Look at their automobiles
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    Quote Originally Posted by gopherboy128 View Post
    I have never seen a list of HK tooling (might be kind of neat to see) but after the $960 barrel wrench, and knowing how Germans are with their designs, it really wouldn't surprise me. Look at their automobiles
    Each weapon series has their own set of tooling. I've never seen a separate master list just for tooling, but each Armorer Manual includes the ones to support that specific weapon or series of weapons.
    Not sure where you saw a $960 barrel wrench? Mine sure did not cost that much, but yes, the tooling is cost prohibitive and is usually only purchased with customers who have large depot level maintenance, not small departments and shops. Other items are not sold at all outside HK.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marine0303 View Post
    Not sure where you saw a $960 barrel wrench?
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    Yes we do! It is HK part number 233122 and they are $963.32 each. Yes! you read the dollar amount correctly.

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    GMP offering spanners for the HK barrel, someone asked for a torque-wrench version.

    And I am sure HK is probably guarding their tooling, as once they're posted online it isn't hard to replicate by someone else.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gopherboy128 View Post
    GMP offering spanners for the HK barrel, someone asked for a torque-wrench version.

    And I am sure HK is probably guarding their tooling, as once they're posted online it isn't hard to replicate by someone else.
    If you look up G-28 buffer tube change in the 762 forum you will find a suitable torque socket fitted spanner that will work. It is not HK but it is German.

    PS I could not find it unless I looked up post's started by FS1 (me).
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    Thanks for a peek beyond the velvet ropes that most of us are not allowed to cross.. as always great info and very well presented.
    THANK YOU!!!!

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