HK VP9 M700009-A5 4.09″ Barrel 9mm Luger
The HK VP9 M700009-A5 4.09″ Barrel 9mm Luger is the latest striker fired handgun from Heckler & Koch, the last one being the HK P7 since the 1980’s. The HK VP9 is a polymer semi-auto handgun that is a descendant of the famous HK P30 series of handguns. The biggest difference being, that the VP9 is striker fired. Consistent trigger pull every time from start to finish with a short, light take-up and solid single action break at about 5 pounds, followed by one an audible, tactile reset. Just like the the P30 Series, the VP9 has some of the best ergonomics in the industry, not just with 3 interchangeable back straps, but 3 interchangeable side panels per side that let you create the perfect grip dimensions for the user. This is a unique feature among HK P30 and VP9 Pistols. All controls are completely ambidextrous, such as the lever style magazine release and the slide stop. A new feature to the VP9 is the patented charging supports at the rear of the slide. These “ears” allow an effortless grasp on the slide for charging the weapon, even those who suffer from reduced hand-strength will notice a difference. Utilizing the same magazines as the P30, the steel magazines have witness holes up to the 15 round capacity. The under side of the pistol has a true MIL-STD-1913 rail for accessories. Like all Heckler & Koch, this firearm has the cold hammer forged barrel – made from cannon grade steel – with polygonal rifling which increases muzzle velocity and contributes to longer service life. The sights are a 3-dot configuration with a luminescent night sight that reacts to direct light exposure. This model comes with two(2) 15-round magazines.
The VP9 is fast becoming one of the best striker fired handguns in the industry.
- Caliber: 9mm Luger
- Sights: Adjustable, Photo-luminescent
- Barrel Length: 4.09″
- Capacity: 15+1
- Weight(oz): 25.56
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