Predating the Glock by twelve years, the Heckler & Koch VP70 was the first ever polymer-framed pistol. The VP-70 is a blowback operated, striker fired, double-action-only pistol. Despite the blowback operation, uncommon in 9mm Luger, the VP-70 had modest felt recoil. VP70’s large double-stack magazine holds up to 15-rounds of ammunition. In lieu of a blade front sight, the VP70 uses a polished ramp with a central notch in the middle to provide the illusion of a dark front post. This double-action-only pistol features a fixed blade front sight with a dovetailed rear notch, a cross-bolt safety, and an 18-round magazine. Its grips, metal, and bore are all in very good condition.