HECKLER & KOCH VP9SK

HECKLER & KOCH VP9SK

SKU 700009K-A5

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Product Information & Specs

The Heckler Koch VP9SK is a semi-automatic striker-fired pistol. This pistols compact design makes it appropriate for concealed carry. The VP9SK features a cold hammer forged cannon-grade steel 3.39 barrel with polygonal bore corrosion resistant machined steel slide HK VP precision strike trigger compact VP grip with molded finger grooves and interchangeable backstraps fully ambidextrous controls charging supports and abbreviated picatinny rail. This pistol is compatible with several Heckler Koch magazines giving it multiple possible capacities.

Details

Caliber 9 mm - Operating principle recoil operated - Action Type modified Browning locking system - Trigger System striker fired - Magazine 10 round capacity - Length (overall) 6.61 in - Barrel length 3.39 in - Width 1.31 in - Height 4.57 in - Weight (with empty magazine) 23.07 oz - Trigger pull 4.5-5.6 lb - Trigger travel 6mm3mm - Barrel profile polygonal 6 groves right-hand twist - Sights open post sight with dots (self-illuminating) - Safety trigger safety firing pin safety disassembly safety operator safety loaded chamber indicator firing pin cocking indicator

Part No. 700009K-A5, UPC642230256262 – VP9SK, 9mm with 1 flat and 1 extended floorplate 10 round magazines

UPC 642230256262
Caliber 9MM LUGER (9X19 PARA)
Action DOUBLE ACTION
Capacity 10+1 ROUNDS
Barrel Length 3.39 BARREL
Weight 1.4 LBS.
Finish BLACK













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