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My like new P9s came in yesterday and I'm thrilled with the design of these. A true high water mark in handgun design.

Anyway I inspected the buffer and it looks to still have plenty of elasticity. Should I be good to go for the time being? I have a spare buffer on the way so should I shoot it "as-is" and inspect the factory buffer periodically?

I don't want to crack the frame, but then again I don't have all day to pick out a buffer that may be perfectly fine.

HK should have put a hole in the front of the buffer housing so the unit can be pushed out.

Thoughts?
 

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Its your call obviously, but if it appears to be in good condition, then you should be fine. Removing it is a pain, but worth the effort if it needs to be replaced. Not as big an issue on the 9mm as it is on the .45 though. Glad to see another member being exposed to the P9S. Happy shooting.
 
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