You are looking at a new Heckler & Koch 9mm VP9 semi-auto pistol. Just introduced, the VP9 has been in development for more than four years. It is Heckler & Koch’s latest handgun and the first striker fired HK since the renowned P7 series pistols were introduced in the 1980s. It has a 4.09 in. barrel, an overall length of 7.34 in. and weighs 25.56 oz with an empty magazine. Magazine capacity is 15 rounds. Sights are three dot non-radioactive luminous. Trigger pull is 5.4 lbs. with trigger travel .24 inches and return travel .12 inches.
The VP9 trigger surpasses those found on striker fired competitor’s pistols. It has a short, light take-up with a solid, single action type break followed by a short positive reset. It has a proprietary captive flat recoil spring that helps reduce the recoil forces effecting the operator and the handgun, improving shooter control during rapid firing and prolonging component service life.
The VP9 uses HK’s ergonomic handgun grip design that includes three changeable backstraps and six side panels— accommodating all hand sizes. Molded finger grooves in the front of the pistol’s grip also instinctively position an operator’s hand for optimal shooting. Only HK handguns have such a customized grip. It has all the hallmarks of the latest, state-of-the-art handgun. All controls are completely ambidextrous, the slide releases are present on both sides of the frame and the magazine release can be easily activated by left- or right-handed shooters.
HK’s famous cold hammer forged barrel — made from cannon grade steel — ensures long service life. Similar HK barrels on 9 mm P30 models have fired more than 90,000 rounds in endurance tests in 2010. The polygonal bore profile, with no traditional lands-and-grooves rifling, contributes to longer service life as well as a slight increase in muzzle velocity. The VP9’s machined steel slide is protected from corrosion and wear by HK’s hostile environment finish and all metal components, including springs and pins have superior metallurgy.
Comes in factory hard case with 2 - 15 round magazines, manual, fired casing and lock. The VP pistols uses the same proven steel magazine as the P30.
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