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Thread: VP9-B button release

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    Quote Originally Posted by RHINOWSO View Post
    Good thing is apparently the magazines will all be the same between paddle / push-button.
    Now that would be good news after I spent a lot of money for the paddle release mags.

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    That stupid paddle release is the only reason I don’t have a VP9. And when MAC tested it and showed you can’t wet sneeze on the slide without inducing a malfunction.
    Last edited by CPM; 10-05-18 at 20:18.

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    It's just me but I like the push button mag release.
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    Not just you. I will probably grab one.

    I have not grabbed a PPQ.

    My TP9SFX has been much better than I expected though.
    “Where weapons may not be carried, it is well to carry weapons.”

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    Options are good, this isn’t even a thing.

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    I can reach the paddle without adjusting my grip. That's a good thing.

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    Still has the groove in the trigger guard that drives some people nuts?

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    I have 1911s, SIGs, Glocks, Berettas, and M&Ps, all with push button mag releases. I don't mind at all that my PPQ is an M2 with the button mag release, it's just like all my other pistols so why should it be a problem? It's not. Some may prefer the paddle mag release but the button is perfectly serviceable for 100% of users.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Walker_Texasranger View Post
    Still has the groove in the trigger guard that drives some people nuts?
    I think you may be thinking of the early P99s with the ski-jump in the middle of the inside of the trigger guard.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Interrupt View Post
    I can reach the paddle without adjusting my grip. That's a good thing.
    So use your trigger finger


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