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The most obvious change is the longer slide, which has been generously skeletonized. It is now home to a 5.5"/140mm long barrel with a 12-groove rifling, as well as a 1-10" twist (1-250 mm). Pulling back the slide reveals a polished barrel, with a plastic O-ring on the muzzle. It is designed to improve the centering of the barrel for better accuracy. Once the ring is worn, it can be replaced even by shooters who are not particularly technically proficient.
The trigger has made a significant step forward. On an SFP9 L OR, we still measured around 84.64 oz/2400 grams; now it has dropped a good 35 oz/1000 grams. Around 24 oz/700 grams are already used up in the first stage, so that the same weight must be overcome again for the actual release – which one can live with. The trigger reset is easy to feel and is still okay at around 3 mm.
In addition to the mounted huge plastic magwell, there is an optional flatter aluminum jet funnel that changes hands for 90 euros.
The SFP 9 models with 5"/127mm barrel usually have a micrometer rear sight with red fiber optic inserts enthroned on the top of the slide. Due to the milling for the micro red dot sight, the OR variants unfortunately cannot offer this fully adjustable rear sight, which also applies to our SFP 9 Match OR. Five adapter plates are available for use with MRDSs.
The Heckler & Koch SFP9 Match OR field stripped.