Heckler & Koch’s VP9-B Pistol Joins The Family in 9mm

Heckler & Koch's VP9-B Pistol
Heckler & Koch's VP9-B Pistol

Columbus, Georgia — -(AmmoLand.com)- Introducing the newest option on the most ergonomic striker fired handgun available, the VP9-B in 9mm. Retail priced at $719, the VP9-B offers a new US-style reversible push button and utilizes the same magazines as the other VP9 Series. The new push-button style mag release option from HK means the VP doesn’t just fit your hand, it fits your shooting style as well.

In any firearm, especially a handgun, the many “touchpoints ”between the shooter and the firearm are critical to consistent, repeatable, performance. Now, no matter how you are built or how you shoot, the VP series just fits.

  • Depending on your shooting style, you can choose between a European-style ambidextrous paddle mag release or the new US-style reversible button. This determination must be made at time of purchase, as the two models are not convertible.
  • The most ergonomic, adaptable grip frame available allows you to interchange both backstraps and grip panels in 27 unique configurations to fit your hand.
  • The VP trigger is a real upgrade over the industry standard of many years. It has a short, light take-up with a solid, clean break; followed by a short, positive reset.

VP9-B models are made in HK’s Oberndorf factory in southwest Germany using all of the company’s advanced barrel manufacturing technologies and high level production of their machined steel slides, polymer frames, and all internal components. HK VP pistols are competitively priced and covered by Heckler & Koch’s lifetime warranty.

Heckler & Koch's VP9-B Pistol
Heckler & Koch's VP9-B Pistol

For further information, please visit Website: www.hk-usa.com

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  • 3 thoughts on “Heckler & Koch’s VP9-B Pistol Joins The Family in 9mm

    1. I have the VP9SK and the VP9. As a lefty I prefer the ambi controls and the paddle release. I can adjust back to the button release, but I would leave it right handed because I have trained to use my index or middle finger on my left hand on button releases. I’ve only had to change the button on my Glock 43 because the size of my hands compared to the pistol made it so awkward that I had to contort my grip to release the magazine. I wish they would have focused more on modifying the slide stop or raised the polymer near it. I had to be modify my grip of the gun, left or right handed, because my thumb occasionally would come in contact with it and the slide wouldn’t lock open after firing the last round. I resolved it by changing out the grip panels to large and a minor thumb adjustment. My only concern is that the button release will be the preferred model that will be sold and holster makers will charge more for trigger guards covering the paddle release.

    2. It should sell like hotcakes. I don’t have a VP9 but have put a couple hundred rounds through the shop’s rental gun. It’s a shooter. It needs a few more rounds in the magazine, I think, for the size, to really appeal to US shooters.

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