Heckler & Koch makes a high-caliber bang with its modest-caliber VP9 and leaves a lot to like about. I’m going to hit the highlights.
Heckler & Koch just announced the VP40, a polymer-framed, striker-fired .40-caliber followup to their highly-regarded and instantly-successful VP9 pistol.
The Flatline IWB/OWB holster mixes old with new using molded Kydex for the holster body and a riveted leather strap to provide level two retention.
The German Ministry of Defense released a 372-page report detailing the G36 rifle’s accuracy and the findings are mostly critical of the gun’s performance.
Some manufacturers are no longer set on the idea of only producing pink guns for women, and instead are seeking their input on what would make a gun better suited for the needs – and wants – of the fastest growing demographic in the industry.
The P30SK is the “SubKompact” version of their popular and established P30 service pistol. The P30SK will be offered with all the P30 trigger options.
The German Bundeswehr has confirmed that the light profile of their Heckler & Kock G36 barrels is leading to accuracy problems in the field.
At long last, the Heckler & Koch G36 is coming to America — albeit in .22 LR. This Walther-licensed H&K rimfire replica is on its way to a store near you.
Moody’s reduced Heckler & Koch’s performance rating in a recent review due to its weak operational performance, pending legal troubles and minimal amount of cash on hand.
Interested in the new H&K VP9 striker-fired service pistol? These videos should help you decide what handgun is in your upcoming future.