I’ve been shooting competitively for a couple years now. I haven’t taken it too seriously and the number of matches I’ve attended is still in the single digits. In all of those competitions, I’ve shot my mostly stock third-generation Glock 19. The pistol is a workhorse but is by no means aimed at competitive shooters. I always wanted to get my hands on a pistol that had competition in mind from the get-go. I saw people running tricked-out guns that cost more than my car. That clearly wasn’t for me. So, what options did I have? Not many. Heckler & Koch isn’t exactly known for affordable pistols, but that changed with the VP9. Now, in its more competition-driven configuration, the H&K VP9 Match gives shooters like me a chance at that race gun we always wanted, without needing the second mortgage.
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