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just got it back today, looks very nice and a job well done by CCR.
this is the CP2. I think I'm going to fill in the letters with black........
 

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If they did that from HK I would own one for sure Very Nice Gun
 

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The spectrum of value as applied to our toys kills me but the honesty and integrity to which memebers share their opinions is what makes this forum up-standing.

I think the simple two-tone of it works on compact guns in general - that there 45c is gorgious regardless where the finish is established.

My bets is this will be a range gun vs. CC - in that light I also agree factory finishes rule for durability but then again technology moves along faster than I can keep pace so in the end you only have opinions which this thread is all about.

I'll repeat myself because I'm bored and not hungry at lunch and have killer deadlines looming - that gun is nice.
 

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no MachD it IS my cc pistol of choice due to its size and comfortable carry........
 

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Looks great!!!

I'm a huge fan of their work and service. Their CPII finish is outstanding in lubricity, durability and appearance. I've had several P7's sent to them and I have a USP slide there right now in fact.

HKmanlp1, they claim a 2-week turnaround on slides. I've had one that took a little longer but considering their work, I'm not complaining. It still came back 3 months before the slide that was sent to Fords for HC.
 

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The spectrum of value as applied to our toys kills me but the honesty and integrity to which memebers share their opinions is what makes this forum up-standing.

I think the simple two-tone of it works on compact guns in general - that there 45c is gorgious regardless where the finish is established.

My bets is this will be a range gun vs. CC - in that light I also agree factory finishes rule for durability but then again technology moves along faster than I can keep pace so in the end you only have opinions which this thread is all about.

I'll repeat myself because I'm bored and not hungry at lunch and have killer deadlines looming - that gun is nice.
I dont know about you but the finish started wearing off on my p2000 like immediately after i made it my edc..
 

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they said 2 wks it was 5+
 

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Looks good. I'm interested to see how it holds up.
Looks fantastic. And +1 on wondering how it will hold up. You need to post another pic in a few weeks or so after you've used and carried it a while. It'd be nice to see another pic for comparison.
 

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I like it...as others have stated, give us an update on durability in a month or so.
 

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Don't fill in the letters. That's where HK owners jump the shark turn their guns into Tactical Barbie Dolls.
 

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Define "harder". I'm new to the refinishing game I've only got my P30 refinished with NP3+ and I'm crazy about it so I'm a sponge right now
Harder on the Rockwell scale (Rc)

Nib is harder than Np3, but not as hard as hard chrome.
 

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I like it...as others have stated, give us an update on durability in a month or so.
I have been carrying my CP11 M8 for about 6 months in a TT leather holster with zero wear so far


I believe Grays uses Nib to coat internals on there HK reset reduction packages. Many company's are also using Nib on bolts and small parts
 

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mine doesn't come in and out of its holster much so I don't believe it will be an issue. like deuce I have a TT holster
that fits like a glove.

I did give it a good look today and I am going to leave the letters be, it looks better without IMO.

 
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