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    Heckler Koch VP9 Tactical Optic Ready in Canada 999.00USD

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    Already Out of Stock?

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    are you guys able to just get the slide?

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    Quote Originally Posted by zhihong.james View Post
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    If you like this, check out the Walther PDP. It is VERY similar. I have used both and prefer the Walther.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Canadian-Sniper View Post
    If you like this, check out the Walther PDP. It is VERY similar. I have used both and prefer the Walther.
    Just curious why you prefer the PDP? Thanks
    All items shipped by canada post expedited with tracking and $100 insurance included.
    Insurance above $100 coverage is on the buyer.
    I'll need to see your PAL for firearms,ammo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by auracle View Post
    Just curious why you prefer the PDP? Thanks
    Better feautures on the PDP:
    - Superior grip texture. (Night and day)
    - Flat front of pistol grip is better universal fit for different sized hands.
    - Slightly better/nicer slide finish.
    - No annoying cut out on the bottom inside of trigger guard.
    - Slightly lighter and smoother trigger.
    - More useful slide serrations.
    - No silly cyclops hole in the rear slide cap.

    Better feautures on the SFP9:
    Sex appeal.

    Keep in mind how a pistol feels in your hand is almost entirely subjective. If you can, handle both before making up your mind. Having shot both extensively, the PDP is everything I wanted the SFP9 to be. Either way enjoy your purchase.

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