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SilencerCo Offering SUMMIT SSVI + SilencerCo VP9 Package

The HK® VP9® is an ergonomic, classically German pistol that combines comfort with utilitarianism. When Damon Young from SSVi™ first got his hands on one, this death metal drummer turned artisan knew he had to make it his own. The SSVi Signature Series VP9 quickly became one of their most iconic modification packages, with the lines of the VP9 lending themselves seamlessly to SSVi’s recognizable style.


SilencerCo teamed up with the self-proclaimed “Modern Day Mjolnir” to create one of the most iconic Summit packages to date. Not only does it feature hand crafted customization by SSVi and unique-to-each-model finishing by Blowndeadline – this package also includes a silencer that you can’t buy anywhere else: the Osprey 9K.

Specs:
SSVi Signature Series VP9
Blowndeadline Battleworn Matching Finish on Osprey 9K and VP9
SilencerCo Threaded Barrel
Black Nitrided 1/2×28 Piston
Heinie™ VP9 Suppressor Sights
Hand-Aged Ammo Can Carrying Case
Two Magazines
All HK Factory Accessories Included

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8 Responses to “SilencerCo Offering SUMMIT SSVI + SilencerCo VP9 Package”

  1. Dellis says:

    I reckon I’m just odd guy out when it comes to the VP9.

    In the span of 3 months I bought 2 Walther PPS’s, another Glock19 MOS version, 2 Sig Legions, 9mm and .357 sig, then an VP9. I was so excited for the VP9 but after handling it, shooting it I am not that impressed with it. So it’s most likely going in “To be sold” area of gun storage. I also sold the .357 sig Legion, fantastic piece but not a fan of that caliber.

    • I was pretty excited for it too, but MAC’s review where it failed made it a deal breaker for me. I still have my USPs in 9, 40 & 45 that I love (except for the HK rail) but their last several pistols haven’t done it for me, especially the spiderman grips.

      • t1tan says:

        Wow, that torture test video was trash, still can’t believe any body takes it seriously.

        • BillC says:

          Pretty much. Not defending the pistol (I personally am neutral about it, shot it a couple times and was “meh” about it. For me, didn’t do anything “gooder” for a bit more cost of the alternative G19 or PPQ. I have more opportunity cost in the alternative G19, mags and ammo), but that video was just… I have a friend that carried a VP9 for his conceal carry pistol, and that video made shit his pants and so worried about carrying that pistol. I was like, “Dude, you’re in a f’ing wheelchair and you live in f’ing Dallas! You are an idiot if you got your panties in a twist because a guy with a beard on youtube jammed silt into a pistol by stepping on it or whatever.”

        • LCSO264 says:

          no kidding. that “evaluation” is hands down the most absurd gun test I have ever seen. that guy is a joke.

          • Dellis says:

            I never saw this video spoken of, I just based my opinion off of handling of gun and range time.

            It’s a very nice firearm in all categories but it didn’t “WOW” me to the point I would replace the VP9 with my Glock19 or CZ P07, P09.

            The trigger guard mag release is a bit unfamiliar at first as my thumb kept looking for the release button BUT I can see where once gotten used to it may deter accidental mag drops.

            My thoughts though on the trigger guard release is I now wonder if that can get held up on some clothing article or item and accidentally drop the mag?

            • BillC says:

              “It’s a very nice firearm in all categories but it didn’t “WOW” me to the point I would replace the VP9 with my Glock19 or CZ P07, P09.

              The trigger guard mag release is a bit unfamiliar at first as my thumb kept looking for the release button BUT I can see where once gotten used to it may deter accidental mag drops. ”

              My exact same thoughts.

  2. Texas-Roll-Over says:

    Sweet, just like every other package deal. Buy package, pick up gun now; silencer, a year from now.

    Silencer + gun deals never end up being anything but a way to generate a bunch of hype and never result in huge sales.