HK VP9 9mm striker fired pistol. I had the opportunity to fire the VP9 at media day. This pistol is typical HK – nothing is overlooked. I particularly liked the slide serrations and the charging supports. The replaceable back strap and grip panels give the VP9 a custom fit feel. The pistol sits low in the hand with excellent factory sights.
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|9 mm x 19|
HK announced the VP40 late in 2015. This pistol offers all of the same features as the VP9 but chambered in the more potent .40S&W. The new VP40 will undoubtedly see great acceptance in the LE community where the .40 S&W is ubiquitous. Send some rounds downrange with the VP40 and experience minimal recoil; in fact, felt recoil was very close to its 9mm brethren.
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The cat’s meow for me was the MR762 A1. This rifle is very near to the top of a very short list of 7.62 x 51 semiautomatic rifles. The rifle has an excellent trigger and superb ergonomics and a full length rail system on a key mod handguard system that simply rocks
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|7.62 x 51 mm|
Last but not least was HK’s interpretation of Boba Fett , or maybe it’s HK’s vision of TALOS. Who knows but it was cool nevertheless.