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I'm not new to firearms/handguns, but the VP9 is my first H&K. In the early 70's my brother had an H&K 91 and I was very impressed with the quality of the rifle. Having been introduced to the 7.62 NATO round (M-14) by the United States Marine Corp, I was impressed by the accuracy/abilities of the round in the H&K 91. I have been able to shoot it many times over the years and I always look forward to getting some trigger time with that piece.
I have had polymer framed, striker fired pistols in the past, but have never been overly impressed with them. The H&K has the most comfortable grip of any I have held/shot. The trigger is pretty nice, not exactly 1911'ish but very nice for a striker fired pistol. The factory night sights (scored the LE model) needed to be knocked to the right a bit, no big deal. Now it shoots where I point it. I was only able to put 200 rounds through it yesterday (without incident), so another 3-400 and I think I'm going to make it my carry pistol. I may even try it out in USPSA Production division, once I get some more mags for it. I did find out that it prefers most bullet types except hard cast lead. They were all over the target. The jacketed/coated/plated bullets all did very well. This pistol is definitely a keeper!
 

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