HK Mk 23 Mod 0 Special Operations Handgun
The first .45 ACP pistol to enter the US military since the Colt 1911, the Mk 23 is a Special Operations pistol. With a threaded barrel, it is easily used with a suppressor, and a LAM unit, capable of quick mounting under the barrel.
|HK Mk 23 Mod 0 - .45 ACP||SA||2||Nil||1||10/12||2||-||14|
Heckler & Kock P7 (M13)
Designed for police agencies, the P7 is an odd looking pistol in that it has a short barrel. Highly effective, this pistol is made in two variants, the M8 with an eight round magazine, or the M13, with a thirteen round magazine. The magazines are not interchangeable.
|Wt:||P7M8: 0.970 kg
P7M13: 1.13 kg
This odd looking Sporting Pistol is larger than average, though has found a home amoung target shooters, and even a few government agencies. Though not automatic, the SP89 can carry a large number of rounds, which is important in the midst of a gun fight. It is an obviously modified SMG frame.
HK Universal Self-loading Pistol
One of HK's newest pistols, the Universal Self-Loading Pistol (USP) is quickly making the grade throughout many law enforcement and SWAT (ERT) locals. Re-chambered for several calibers, the user can choose the amount of stopping power they need.
|Round:||9mmP, .45. 40|
|HK USP - 9mm||SA||1||Nil||1||12||3||-||12|
|HK USP - .45 ACP||SA||2||Nil||1||10||3||-||14|
|HK USP - .40 S&W||SA||2||1-Nil||1||10||4||-||15|
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