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Thread: Daniel Defense brings back the Hudson H9

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    What Iím dying to know is if there is any parts compatibility with the Hudson.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Heavyweight View Post
    The original is all steel….about 36 oz. I still have my original. It is a terrible gun. Mine went back to Hudson 3 times for various parts breakages. I haven’t shot it since it came back from Hudson in 2019 I think. I told Mark in a different thread it is my reminder not to be a beta tester for an unknown entity.

    But DD will do it right. When it ran it WAS a very flat shooting gun.
    I wonder if the DD parts will match your gun. (oops.. just saw your reply with the same question) A little disappointing that they went alloy frame. But having shot neither version, I can't really pass judgment.
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    This answers a lot of questions.
    Very little parts compatibility which is a good thing. $1299 MSRP isnít too bad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Waylander View Post
    This answers a lot of questions.
    Very little parts compatibility which is a good thing. $1299 MSRP isnít too bad.
    The problem with the original parts is that the MIM was horrifically, poorly done. When it ran, it ran great. So I had brief hope of replacing all my crappy MIM parts with lovely machined DD partsÖ.you sir have killed my dreams. 🥲Sounds like the only thing this new H9 shares with mine is looks.

    Yaíll stay safe

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    Quote Originally Posted by alvincullumyork View Post
    Why is that?
    Quote Originally Posted by markm View Post
    Yeah. Good question. I mean... of course the pistol will have the DD premium price tag, but there's not gas port for them to over ream by .010"
    Political reasons. Marty cucking it up in front of a congressional hearing and also pulling DD out of NRAAP after Uvalde.

    The $1299 MSRP isn't too out of line with that the Hudson was going for and it is an all metal pistol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alex V View Post
    The $1299 MSRP isn't too out of line with that the Hudson was going for and it is an all metal pistol.
    I'm over-spent on reloading components for several months. So I won't be getting in on the ground floor of this pistol, but I look forward to seeing how it holds up.
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    Gotta say that I really wanted this gun when it came out. I imagine DD will make it awesome and this time I won’t hesitate to buy one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by markm View Post
    I'm over-spent on reloading components for several months. So I won't be getting in on the ground floor of this pistol, but I look forward to seeing how it holds up.
    I should be following your lead. I need to pause on the gun buying and focus on ammo and set myself up to reload. There's just always another gun I want...
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    At $1299 MSRP, you would expect it to be head and shoulders above other all-metal pistols like the SIG P226, CZ 75, or Beretta 92.

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    Daniels is a cunt, no thanks.

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