I picked this up today at my local pawn shop. A Heckler & Koch GMBH VP70Z. This is the first striker fired, polymer framed pistol. It pre-dates the Glock by about 12 years. It is a straight blowback design very similar to the High Point. It is chambered in 9 x 19 with an 18 rd capacity. I was able to fire a few rds through it before I bought it. That was cool! I was allowed back in the inner sanctum at the pawn shop. Anyhow, I digress. It shot like a champ! The trigger is heavy and "double action" only. Also, there is no last round hold open. The slide is heavy like the High Point and recoil is negligible. These were manufactured between 1970 and 1989. All modern day striker fired polymer framed pistols can trace their origins back to this, the VP70Z from Heckler & Koch.