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Heckler and Koch (pronounce KOH). They are premier firearms, as indicated by their price. I couldn’t wait to get an HK USP .45 when they first came out. Drove 50 miles to pick it up. I still have it and would never sell it.  Then a few years ago when I was doing a CHL qualification, one of my students had a P7-M8. While curious about this pistol, I was always taken aback by it’s high price (~$1000). But after I shot it, I had to have one. The “Rolex” of pistols, it’s awesome.

Now I'm into P9S pistols, fabulously accurate and excellent shooters.  I can still shoot better with my P7s, but the P9S is close behind.  Plus, it comes in .45!

New!  HK Torture Test Factory Tour Video

MK23 "SOCOM"

Left View     Right View



P7 "Wood Collection"
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P7 "Wood Collection"
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P7-M8 & P7-PSP

USP Elite 9mm/.45ACP
(One of first 50 of each imported to US)

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My P7M10 HC by Fords

More Pics
 

USP Match - Awesome
(Now discontinued in US)

 

 


USP 9mm SD (Tactical)

Limited production for LE, includes
threaded barrel for a  suppressor. 

My Titanium Abraxas on my USP 9SD
Right    Left
 

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KAC Suppressor Pics
 


 



My new incoming HK4 100th Anniversary NIB!

 


USP Tactical .45ACP

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My new P9S 9mm Combat

LARGE PICS!

My new P9S 9mm Target

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My newest P7s:  P7M3 and rare P7M10
 

I now have the complete P7K3 Kit

P7 K3 7.65mm/.32ACP
 

First 3 targets shot at 
7 yds with my P7 K3

Target 1 Target 2 Target 3

Click target for large view (800x600)

USP .45 Full Size

USP Compact .357-Sig
 

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My New P2000 V3
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My New P2000 V3
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My new HK93 .233 Rifle !

HK93 Manual in PDF Format

(2MB)

 

MP5-A3

My MP5 Pics!

My favorite HK Links:

Chris's Unofficial HK P7 Website
Heckler-Koch Germany
Other links:

CCFA HK Dealer
HKPRO - The Ultimate H&K Information Site
P7 Continuous Motion Principle of Operations

USP Detailed Strip Instructions

 

 

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