The P2000 V3 has a desirable blend of accuracy and controllability that makes it ideal for service, sport or licensed carry.
Famous for it innovative design and unique squeeze cocking system, Heckler and Koch’s P7 is an extremely compact and light pistol.
Exploded view of Heckler & Koch P7 Pistol
History of the H&K P7 Pistol - I Have This Old Gun
There are two basic types of automatic pistol mechanisms, known as actions. One is the blowback; while the other is known as recoil operated
The HK MP5 is a hardcore submachine gun for operators. The MP5 A5 is just as rugged in its exterior, but since it’s semi-auto and chambered in .22 LR, shooters can actually afford to pull the trigger.
While the new Heckler & Koch VP9 is the first striker-fired gun from the German maker in some time, there were earlier striker-fired H&Ks, including the revolutionary VP 70 and the very cool P7.
Heckler & Koch is known the world over for its hammer-fired polymer handguns. Now the famed German maker has brought to market a striker-fired pistol that may be one of its best.
With a few tweaks to its basic MR556A1—the semi-automatic model of H&K's legendary HK416 carbine—Heckler & Koch has created an ideal competition gun.
Unlike so many of the gun makers that blossomed in the immediate post-WWII era, Heckler & Koch was a brand-new company, but they had roots in conservative, old-style German gunmaking.