New Flat Dark Earth VP9 Pistol

I think it’s safe to say that Heckler & Koch doesn’t need a deeper introduction to the readers of this blog. They are now introducing no less than six new variants of their VP9 pistols, now available in an optics-ready flat dark earth (FDE) configuration. The pistols have a combination of a black slide on an FDE frame. Other features remain the same, like the striker-fired trigger, the 17-round magazines, and versatile ergonomics with a huge number of interchangeable side panels and backstraps.

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For the full product announcement from H&K, check below:

HK Launches New Flat Dark Earth VP9 Pistol with Optics Ready SKU

HK is proud to announce the addition of six new optics-ready, flat dark earth SKUs to its most popular line of pistols, the VP9. These pistols feature a black slide on a FDE frame and include all the great features the VP family is known for, including a light crisp striker-fired trigger, 17-round magazines and the flexible ergonomics of interchangeable side panels and backstraps that give the user 27 different custom grip configurations.

The new FDE VP9 SKUs are all optics ready. These pistols are in stock now and are eligible for all current sales promotions that include the VP9.

Below is an even better image of the new H&K Flat Dark Earth frame. Which one would you choose? The FDE or Black VP9? Do you think FDE is needed in the marketplace? What if they added Olive Drab?

Do you prefer the VP9 with iron sights or would you make use of the optics-ready footprint?

You can find Heckler & Koch USA here: https://hk-usa.com/



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Eric B

Eric B

Ex-Arctic Ranger. Competitive practical shooter and hunter with a European focus. Always ready to increase my collection of modern semi-automatics, optics, thermals and suppressors. TCCC Certified. Occasionaly seen in a 6×6 Bug Out Vehicle, always with a big smile.

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