The VP9 has seen 10,000 rounds over two and a half years without any significant issues or wear. Color me impressed.
Is the Holosun 507COMP the Trijicon SRO killer? A little head to head comparison might shed some light on the answer to that question.
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.
It didn’t take very long for the round count on the CZ Shadow 2 to go from 1,000 to 2,000 rounds. Nevertheless, that 2,000 round mark indicates it’s time for a follow up review and there are a few things to mention.
The CZ Shadow 2 and the Trijicon SRO have now sent around 1,000 rounds down range. That means it’s time to see how both the USPSA Carry Optics setup and my opinion of it have evolved since their initial review.
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.