The VP9 has seen 10,000 rounds over two and a half years without any significant issues or wear. Color me impressed.
As it has become tradition on this blog, it is past time for a 2,000 round update review on the H&K VP9 Match. The blaster has held up impeccably well and undergone a few changes, but has seen less and less range time since its last review.
The usual suspects for a more aggressive grip texture on a polymer-framed pistol are grip tape or custom stippling. That is unless one is afflicted with Heckler & Koch pistol bug, for those with that affliction there are Jerkman Custom grips.
Five thousand rounds through a single gun might sound like a lot, but it goes by faster than one would expect when putting in the work with a gun. Zero failures after 5K is something to take note of.
It’s about time to take another look at the Heckler & Koch VP9 Match and see how my opinion has evolved after having spent a fair amount of quality time with it.
The VP9 Match is like a VP9 that’s taken advantage of performance enhancing drugs. It’s a magnificent shooter, but it’s not perfect out of the box and could use better market support.