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Heckler & Koch VP9

Semi-automatic pistol

The Heckler & Koch VP9 (known as SFP9 in Europe and Canada) is a polymer-framed semi-automatic striker-fired handgun. The VP designation in the name refers to Volkspistole, which translates to "people's pistol",[4] while SFP stands for "striker-fired pistol".[5] The 9 stands for the caliber designation of 9 mm. The VP9 is the third striker-fired pistol that HK has produced. A variant of the VP9, the VP40, is chambered for .40 S&W; the VP40 is known as SFP40 in Europe and Canada.[5]


A disassembled HK-SFP9 LSH

According to the manufacturer, Heckler & Koch (HK), the pistol was under development for more than four years before its release in June 2014.[6] Originally, it was designed on request of the Bavarian State Police, to replace the HK P7. As HK has a long history with striker-fired pistols, they decided to update their lineup with a newly designed striker system that gives their pistols a single stage-like trigger feel with a clean break.[7]

Design details[edit]

The VP9 is a striker-fired pistol that features a Picatinny rail, ambidextrous controls, a hammer forged polygonal barrel, and changeable back and side straps to make the pistol grip customizable for any shooter's hand with 27 options of grip configuration. It was in development for more than four years and is Heckler & Koch's first striker-fired handgun since the P7 series pistols were introduced in the 1980s. The pistols are made in Heckler & Koch's Oberndorf factory in southwest Germany.[8]

Most striker-fired handguns have a pre-travel pull that increases in weight as the shooter squeezes it rearward. The VP9 trigger has a short, light take-up with a solid, single action type break followed by a short positive reset. The average weight of the stock trigger pull is 5.2 lbf (23 N). The VP9 trigger has a consistent pre-travel pull followed by a positive set with clean break. Disassembly does not involve releasing the striker by squeezing the trigger.[9]

Both the VP9 and VP40 use Heckler & Koch's ergonomic handgun grip design that includes three changeable backstraps and six side panels that allow the pistol's to fit any and all hand sizes.[8] Molded finger grooves in the front of the pistol's grip also instinctively position the shooters hand for optimal shooting.[7][4]

Although influenced by other HK models, the VP9 has a few innovations of its own. The controls are completely ambidextrous. A slide release is present on both sides of the frame and the magazine release can be easily activated by left- or right-handed shooters.[7]

A new feature is HK's patented charging supports. They are simple components that are mounted on each side of the rear of the slide and provide better gripping leverage for racking the slide rearward. The charging supports speed reloading and make operating the VP9 easier for shooters with reduced hand strength. The VP pistols use the same steel magazines as the Heckler & Koch P30 in both the 15 and 10-round capacity configurations.[7][4]

The VP9 has an extended full size Picatinny MIL-STD-1913 rail molded into its polymer frame for mounting lights and accessories. The rail has been tested and certified to handle the heavier mounted accessories because of its full size which adds rigidity. This rigidity gives the VP9 superior capabilities compared to some of its polymer competitors whose frames flex under use and cannot handle the weight of some of the medium to larger mounted lights.[10]

In the United States, the VP9 is available from retailers as a standard package (standard three-dot sights and two magazines included) or as a "LE" (Law Enforcement) package (factory-equipped tritium night sights and three magazines included). The night sights are Meprolight Tru-Dot.[citation needed] In late 2018, HK introduced the VP9-B (B for "button"), equipped with a push-button magazine release, in response to the preferences of the American market. In January 2020, HK updated the VP9 design with a slide cutout for mounting pistol red-dot optics, new higher-capacity 17-round magazines to replace the 15-round magazines, and iron sights with a blacked-out rear bladed sight, replacing the previous three-dot setup, all as new standard features for the pistol.


European variants[edit]


SFP9-SF with RAL 8000green brown gripframe and sighting in target

Due to its trigger characteristics, the SFP9-SF variant is marketed by Heckler & Koch as a Special Forces pistol and not as a police duty pistol. The SFP9-SF has a trigger travel of approximately 6 mm (0.2 in) with a relatively short trigger reset of 3 mm (0.1 in) and a trigger pull of approximately 24 N (5.4 lbf) with a maritime marine coating.[11]


The Technical Specifications (TR) of the German Police (Technische Richtlinie Pistolen im Kaliber 9mm x 19, Revision January 2008) for obtaining a German Police duty pistol certification require a first shot trigger pull of ≥30 N (6.7 lbf), a trigger travel of ≥10 mm (0.4 in) and a trigger reset of ≥4 mm (0.2 in).[12]

The SFP9-TR has a trigger travel of approximately 11 mm (0.4 in) with a trigger reset of 5 mm (0.2 in) and a trigger pull of approximately 30–35 N (6.7–7.9 lbf) to accommodate German legislation on police duty handguns.[13]


Maritime variant with saltwater resistant special coating (weapon fully usable according to the NATO salt spray test and NATO long-term saltwater test as per AC225 requirements)[1]: 25  and OTB (Over The Beach) capability.[14]


OR stands for 'optic ready', the variant uses the same trigger as SFP9-SF.[15]


sound-suppressed variant (SD = Schalldämpfer)


variant with 86-millimetre (3.4 in) barrel (SK = Subkompakt)


variant with 127-millimetre (5.0 in) barrel (L = Long)

American variants[edit]


Standard version for the American market. Ships with two magazines and standard three-dot sights.


Subcompact variant, ships with two 10-round magazines.


Law enforcement variant that includes an additional magazine and tritium night sights.

VP9 with long slide conversion kit

VP Tactical[edit]

Tactical variant that includes a threaded barrel and night sights; ships with three magazines.


European-style button magazine release version of the original VP9.[16]


As of 2019, a "slide conversion kit" is available from the manufacturer that converts a VP9 or VP9-B to a long slide model,[17] equivalent to the European SFP9-L.


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SFP9 of the Cantonal police of Basel-Stadt
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  18. ^"SFP 9: Das ist die neue Feuerwaffe der bayerischen Polizei". 12 January 2018.
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  22. ^"Niedersachsens Polizei bekommt für 7,5 Millionen Euro neue Pistolen". 1 February 2016.
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  29. ^L'essentiel. "So sieht die neue Pistole der Police Grand-Ducale aus".
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  35. ^"Basler Polizeiwaffe fällt durch". Basler Zeitung.

37. City of Hyattsville, MD purchases VP9 Pistols for replacement of existing sidearms for its officers.

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HK® VP9 Optic Ready


The VP9 breaks new ground with its integration of a unique striker firing system with an enhanced HK “light pull” trigger. The net result is trigger quality unequaled in any production striker fired handgun; with a short, light take-up and a solid, single action type break followed by a short positive reset.

Brand new for 2020, HK VP9 pistols will be shipped with an optics-ready slide cut. Adapter plates are sold separately for a variety of popular micro red-dot optics, and the pistol includes a cap for users that prefer to use only their iron sights. The new VP9 also features a new sight configuration, which includes a high-visibility front sight and a “clean” black serrated rear. Of course, the updated models retain all the existing features of the VP that have quickly made the VP series a class leader in ergonomics and trigger performance. Included with the gun are two, 10-round magazines.

The VP9 uses HK’s ergonomic handgun grip design that includes three changeable backstraps and six side panels— accommodating all hand sizes. Molded finger grooves in the front of the pistol’s grip also instinctively position an operator’s hand for optimal shooting. All controls are completely ambidextrous. Slide releases are present on both sides of the frame and the magazine release can be easily activated by left- or right-handed shooters.

The VP9 has an extended Picatinny MIL-STD-1913 rail molded into its polymer frame for mounting lights and accessories. The rail has been tested and certified to handle mounted accessories up to 5.6 ounces. HK’s famous cold hammer forged barrel — made from cannon grade steel — ensures long service life. Similar HK barrels on 9 mm P30 models have fired more than 90,000 rounds in endurance tests in 2010. The polygonal bore profile, with no traditional lands-and-grooves rifling, contributes to longer service life as well as a slight increase in muzzle velocity.

The VP9’s machined steel slide is protected from corrosion and wear by HK’s hostile environment finish and all metal components, including springs and pins have superior metallurgy. VP pistols are made in Heckler & Koch’s Oberndorf factory in southwest Germany. The VP9 is well-suited for civilian sport shooting, security, military, and law enforcement use. Covered by Heckler & Koch’s limited lifetime warranty, the HK VP9 is a solid design engineered with the famous long-term durability that make HK products especially cost-effective when subjected to total life cycle cost analysis.

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Heckler & Koch VP9 Models Feature Improvements for 2020

Heckler & Koch this year has a host of subtle changes coming to their popular VP9 pistol line including several important upgrades.

Perhaps the most welcome of the changes is an updated 17-round flush-fit magazine, up from the long-standard 15-round capacity mags. There is also a new sight configuration– which includes a high-visibility front sight and a “clean” black serrated rear– and an optics-ready cut for mini reflex sight.

“While the VP is easily the most successful pistol in the history of HK, we are still very committed to making it even better,” HK-USA COO/CSO Mike Holley said in a statement. “From a business perspective, these improvements will certainly help the VP perform even better in the marketplace. But more importantly, they will make the VP pistols, and even those who shoot them, perform better in the field too.”

A Heckler & Koch VP9 pistol with a 17-shot magazine on a wooden table

To squeeze an extra two rounds into the standard VP9 mag, HK updated the follower, spring, and floorplate. Plus, they are optics-ready now, so bonus added. (Photo: HK)

The updated models still retain the company’s standard short, crisp trigger, which is described by HK as “one of the best out-of-the-box striker-fired triggers available,” as well as the adaptable grip frame with interchangeable backstraps and side panels that allow 27 unique configurations to semi-customize the grip fitment.

HK says the updated VPs are already shipping, with MSRP starting around $799, a price typically lower from retailers.

For a rundown on the VP9 as a whole, which has been around since 2014, check out this great review from our own Jacki Billings.



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