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Heckler & Koch P2000

The P2000 V3 has a desirable blend of accuracy and controllability that makes it ideal for service, sport or licensed carry.

Heckler & Koch P7 Pistol

Famous for it innovative design and unique squeeze cocking system, Heckler and Koch’s P7 is an extremely compact and light pistol.

Heckler & Koch P7 Pistol

Exploded view of Heckler & Koch P7 Pistol

History of the H&K P7 Pistol - I Have This Old Gun

History of the H&K P7 Pistol - I Have This Old Gun

A Blowback 9 mm?

There are two basic types of automatic pistol mechanisms, known as actions. One is the blowback; while the other is known as recoil operated

Heckler & Koch MP5 A5 .22 LR

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.

H&K VP 70: Credit Where It’s Due

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.

HK's VP9: Total Reset

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.

H&K MR556A1 Competition Model

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.

HK’s First Auto

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.

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