Coming up I will be posting videos of some of the fun I'm having with my VP9 in competition. To get started, here's a video of the legendary dark house from this year's Production Nationals.
Got it, thanks!!Agreed that there aren't enough of us! I think I was one of two people shooting a VP9 at Nationals this year. I'm not exactly Youtube literate (I'm trying to fix that) but if you search for Range Lawyer it should show up (I have at least managed to standardize most of my social media to that name).
Thanks for the compliment! Not shooting Utah State this year because it is the same weekend as Washington State, which I really wanted to shoot. The stages at Utah State are somewhat artificially limited by the small bay size, which can get old after a while.Man can run any gun.
Question of the day, why no love for Utah State no more? Leaving to Tanfoglios to take it without a contest?
I'm happy to answer any questions you might have! It's a little late here, so my response will be brief. I'll have some more in-depth thoughts typed up soon.Talionis would you mind answering some questions about running a vp9 in competition that could help some less experienced HK pro members? I think it could be helpful to other Vp9 owners since your are member of the HK shooting team and have probably the most knowledge(outside other HK sponsored shooters) running a vp9.
Just a few of the top of my head.
1) Have you discovered any nuisances specific to running the vp9 vs other pistols(sight tracking, recoil management and reloads)
2) How do you go about finding the optimal grip fitment with back strap and side panels?
3) What are your impressions of the vp9 and its shoot ability vs the other popular production guns in competition.
Thanks for your time and I hope this spurs further discussion about shooting and running a vp9 in competition.