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Old December 9th, 2016, 04:33 PM #1
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HK VP-9 to SFP9-SF trigger pack?

Can gunsmiths get the SFP9-SF trigger pack from HK for the VP-9? I've googled, but can't find anything for civilian ordering. The reset on the VP-9 is way too long.
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If said Gunsmith is set up with them as a direct account,Then yes they will sell him the parts, But if anything even if not related to the trigger fails,You are on your own.

HK will not Warranty period any of their guns that are not in original configuration unless done by them,In House, Even if YOU use HK parts,has to be as they made it. Aftermarket grips and sights are not a problem
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I can live with that.

I can't believe no aftermarket triggers have come to market; it's a relatively popular gun with a very long reset.
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Lobos trigger is available. Never seen one in person but they have positive reviews
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If said Gunsmith is set up with them as a direct account,Then yes they will sell him the parts, But if anything even if not related to the trigger fails,You are on your own.

HK will not Warranty period any of their guns that are not in original configuration unless done by them,In House, Even if YOU use HK parts,has to be as they made it. Aftermarket grips and sights are not a problem
Yup, here is the exact wording form HK:

ANY UNAUTHORIZED ALTERATION OR MODIFICATION OF THE FIREARM OR USE OF PARTS OR COMPONENTS NOT ORIGINALLY MADE BY HECKLER & KOCH INC. SHALL VOID THIS WARRANTY. HECKLER & KOCH INC. SHALL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY CLAIMS INVOLVING THIS FIREARM THAT RESULT FROM THE USE OF FAULTY, NONSTANDARD, REMANUFACTURED, OR RELOADED AMMUNITION OR AMMUNITION NOT MANUFACTURED TO NATO AND/OR SAAMI SPECIFICATIONS.
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Old December 14th, 2016, 12:43 PM #6
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Lobos trigger is available. Never seen one in person but they have positive reviews
Yeah, I've seen that. I guess what I mean is a trigger, disconnect, and sear that, when working together, give a light, smooth, crisp trigger with little creep or over-travel, and a (most importantly) short reset.

I fear I may have bought the wrong gun. I didn't learn my lesson from the FNX: check the aftermarket support before I buy.
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You could always go original and go Glock. Plenty of aftermarket triggers that will give you what you're looking for safely.
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You could always go original and go Glock. Plenty of aftermarket triggers that will give you what you're looking for safely.
Yeah, or at least something that's supported by the industry.

A few months ago, I shot someone's M&P that had an Apex "forward set sear" trigger kit that was, by far, the best striker-fired trigger I've ever felt. If I didn't already have some invested in this VP-9 (holsters, mag pouch, magazines, changed the sights, etc...), I would sell it/trade it in on something else. I still may. I just can't get over the long reset.
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I can live with that.

I can't believe no aftermarket triggers have come to market; it's a relatively popular gun with a very long reset.
Funny you say that. One of the main draws of the vp9 was that it was supposed to have one of the best, if not the best triggers out there.
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Funny you say that. One of the main draws of the vp9 was that it was supposed to have one of the best, if not the best triggers out there.
I guess it's what you compare it to.

Maybe there's a reason it's the only striker-fired gun I own.
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