Heckler & Koch HKP9

According to Wikipedia:

“The HK P9 is a semi-automatic pistol from Heckler & Koch in 9×19mm Parabellum and the first to use a variation of H&K’s roller delayed blowback system in a pistol format and polygonal rifling now common in H&K designs. Design began around 1965 and production ran between 1969 and 1978. Only 485 single-action P9’s were produced and were discontinued in 1970. A traditional double action version, the P9S (the S standing for Spannabzug, or “double-action trigger”) was manufactured in greater numbers.” read entire description here

Country : Germany

Gun Name : Heckler & Koch HKP9

Manufacturer / Gun Brand : Heckler & Koch GmbH

Calibre : 9mm Parabellum, .45 ACP

Magazine Capacity : 9

Action : Delayed Blowback / Double (P9), Single (P9S)

Total Length : 192mm / 7.56in

Barrel Length : 102mm / 4in

Weight Unloaded : 880g / 31oz


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9mm Heckler & Koch HKP7

According to Wikipedia:

“The P7 is a German 9×19mm semi-automatic pistol designed by Helmut Weldle and produced by Heckler & Koch GmbH (H&K) of Oberndorf am Neckar. It was revealed to the public for the first time in 1976 as the PSP (Polizei-Selbstlade-Pistole—”police self-loading pistol”).”


Country : Germany

Gun Name : 9mm Heckler & Koch HKP7

Manufacturer / Gun Brand : Heckler & Koch GmbH

Calibre : 9mm Parabellum

Magazine Capacity : 8

Action : Delayed Blowback / Single

Total Length : 171mm / 6.75in

Barrel Length : 105mm / 4.13in

Weight Unloaded : 780g / 27.5oz


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Heckler & Koch MK23 (SOCOM Pistol)


Manufacturer Description :

“The HK Mark 23 Caliber .45 ACP pistol gives shooters match grade accuracy equal to that of the finest custom made handguns — yet exceeds the most stringent operational requirements ever demanded of a combat handgun. The Mark 23 provides this accuracy without the need for hand-fitted parts common in custom-built match pistols costing thousands of dollars more. One of the most thoroughly tested handguns in history, the MK23/Mark 23 project originated in 1991 when HK began development for the U.S. Special Operations Command, the organization that directs the activities of America’s most elite military units, including the Navy SEALs and the Army Special Forces. On May 1, 1996, the first HK MK 23 pistols were delivered to the U.S. Special Operations Command for operational deployment, making the MK 23 the first caliber .45 ACP pistol to enter American military service since the venerable Government Model 1911A1. During testing, MK 23 pistols met the most stringent operational and accuracy requirements ever demanded of a combat handgun. Endurance testing demonstrated a service life of over 30,000 rounds of +P ammunition. To meet the reliability requirement, the pistol had to demonstrate a minimum of 2,000 mean rounds between stoppages (MRBS) with both M1911 ball and +P ammunition. All pistols exceeded the 2000 MRBS with an average of 6000 MRBS. In more than 450 accuracy test firings from a precision firing fixture at 25 meters, MK 23 pistols far exceeded the government requirement, averaging 1.44 inches, with 65 groups of less than one inch. There were four groups of .5 inches, with 5 rounds going through the same hole! The Mark 23 is available in .45 ACP”


Country : Germany

Gun Name : Heckler & Koch MK23 (SOCOM Pistol)

Manufacturer / Gun Brand : Heckler & Koch GmbH

Calibre : .45ACP

Magazine Capacity : 12

Action : Short Recoil / Double and Single

Total Length : 245mm / 9.65in

Barrel Length : 149mm / 5.87in

Weight Unloaded : 1097g / 38.72oz

Image Credit : Heckler & Koch GmbH



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