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HK was contracted by the United States Army to produce the kinetic energy subsystem(see: kinetic projectiles or kinetic energy penetrator) of the Objective Individual Combat Weapon, a planned replacement for the M16/M203 grenade launcher combination. The OICW was designed to fire 5.56 mm bullets and 25 mm grenades. The kinetic energy component was also developed separately as the XM8, though both the OICW and XM8 are now indefinitely suspended.

Heckler & Koch developed a Colt M4 variant, marketed as the HK416 HK replaced the direct impingement system used by the Stonerdesign on the original M16 with a short-stroke piston operating system.

There is no indication that the rifle will be adopted by the United States Armed Forces other than in the Marine Corps as the IAR or M27, but the elite Delta Force and other special operations units have fielded the HK416 in combat, and Oklahoma Senator Tom Coburn has called for “free and open competition” to determine whether the army should buy the HK416 or continue to purchase more M4 carbines. Incoming Secretary of the Army Pete Gerenagreed in July 2007 to hold a “dust chamber” test pitting the M4 against HK’s HK416 and XM8, as well as the rival Fabrique Nationale’s SOF Combat Assault Rifle (SCAR) design. Coburn had threatened to stop Geren’s Senate confirmation if he did not agree to the test.[22] The HK XM8 and FN SCAR had the fewest failures in the test, closely followed by the HK416, while the M4 had by far the most.[23] In 2007, the Norwegian Army became the first to field the HK416 as a standard-issue rifle.

HK sells its pistols in the United States to both law enforcement and civilian markets. The company has locations in Virginia, New Hampshire, and Georgia.

The HK USP Compact is a small frame pistol capable of firing the most powerful cartridges in 9 mm, .40 S&W, .45 ACP. The HK USP Compact is a small frame pistol capable of firing the most powerful cartridges in 9 mm , .40 S&W, .45 ACP. USP Compacts are smaller and lighter than large frame USPs. The reduction in trigger reach and grip circumference increases concealability and enhances shooting ergonomics. Unlike some subcompact semiautomatic pistols that use a difficult to shoot “two-finger grip” frame, the USP Compact uses a narrow, full-hand grip frame with a choice of interchangeable extended or flush-fitting magazine floorplates. This makes the pistol easy to shoot without sacrificing concealability.

Features & System Characteristics:

– Corrosion proof fiber-reinforced polymer frame

– Grooved target triggers

– Polygonal bore profile for increased velocity, easier cleaning, and longer barrel life

– Can be converted to any of nine trigger firing modes

– Specially designed captive recoil spring assembly with polymer absorber bushing

– Choice of corrosion resistant “Hostile Environment” blued finish or stainless steel slide

– One piece machined slide made from nitro

-carburized steel

– No snag, bobbed hammer

– Flared recurve trigger guard

– Choice of flat and extended floorplate magazines

– Universal mounting grooves for installing accessories

– Ambidextrous magazine release lever

– Contoured, extended slide release

– Extractor doubles as a loaded chamber indicator

– Patented Lock

-Out Safety device.

A recent HK pistol design, the P30 is a modern police and security pistol that combines function and safety. Ergonomic features include a special grip frame with interchangeable backstrap inserts and lateral plates, allowing the pistol to be individually adapted to any user. Ambidextrous controls include dual slide releases and magazine release levers. Variants with a conventional double-action/single action trigger have a serrated decocking button located on the rear of the frame. Variants with HK’s enhanced double action only Law Enforcement Modification* (LEM) trigger have no external decocking controls.

Features & System Characteristics:

– Special grip frame with interchangeable backstrap inserts and lateral plates

– MIL-STD-1913 (Picatinny) rail on frame for mounting lights and accessories – Corrosion proof fiber-reinforced polymer frame

– Polygonal bore profile for increased velocity, easier cleaning, and longer barrel life

– Multiple trigger firing modes available

– Patented HK recoil reduction system

– One piece machined slide made from nitro

-carburized steel –

Corrosion resistant “hostile environment” blued finish

– Ambidextrous slide levers and

– Ambidextrous magazine release magazine

– Patented lock-out safety device

– Bobbed hammer (LEM models)

– Spurred hammer (DA/SA models)

– Automatic hammer and firing pin safeties

– Ambidextrous safety levers (P30S model)

The VP40 is the .40 S&W model of the acclaimed VP pistol line first introduced in 2014 with the VP9 (9 mm).. In development for more than four years, the VP Series is Heckler & Koch’s latest handgun and the first striker fired HK since the renowned P7 series pistols were introduced in the 1980s. Experience gained by HK engineers with the P30 pistol had a direct influence on the design of the VP, but the VP Series breaks new ground with its integration of a unique striker firing system with an enhanced HK “light pull” trigger. The net result is trigger quality unequaled in any production striker fired handgun. Heckler & Koch pioneered the first striker fired handguns, producing both the VP70 and P7 series, designs that impacted several models by HK competitors. But a superior trigger has eluded most striker fired pistol designs. The VP trigger surpasses those found on competitors. It has a short, light take-up with a solid, single action type break followed by a short positive reset. The VP trigger has a consistent pre-travel pull with a positive wall/crisp break. Typically striker fired guns have a pre-travel pull that increases in weight as you go through the trigger stroke. With the VP, you have a less than noticeable pre-travel pull until the trigger reaches the engagement point of the fire control parts prior to trigger break. The VP40 uses HK’s ergonomic handgun grip design that includes three changeable backstraps and six grip side panels— accommodating all hand sizes. Molded finger grooves in the front of the pistol’s grip also instinctively position an operator’s hand for optimal shooting. Only HK handguns have such a customized grip. 

In development for more than four years, the VP9 is Heckler & Koch’s latestIn development for more than four years, the VP9 is Heckler & Koch’s latesthandgun and the first striker fired HK since the renowned P7 series pistols wereintroduced in the 1980s.
Experience gained by HK engineers with the recent P30 pistol had a direct influenceon the design of the VP9, but the VP9 breaks new ground with its integration of aunique striker firing system with an enhanced HK “light pull” trigger.The net result is trigger quality unequaled in any production striker fired handgun.
HK pioneered the first striker fired handguns, producing both the VP70 and P7 series,designs that impacted several models by HK competitors. But a superior trigger haseluded most striker fired pistol designs. The VP9 trigger surpasses those found oncompetitors. It has a short, light take-up with a solid, single action type break followedby a short positive reset.
The VP9 trigger has a consistent pre-travel pull with a positive wall/crisp break.Typically, striker fired guns have a pre-travel pull that increases in weight as yougo through the trigger stroke. With the VP9, you have a less than noticeable     pre-travel pull until the trigger reaches the engagement point of the fire control partsprior to trigger break.
The VP9 uses HK’s ergonomic handgun grip design that includes three changeablebackstraps and six side panels—accommodating all hand sizes. Molded finger groovesin the front of the pistol’s grip also instinctively position an operator’s hand for optimal shooting. Only HK handguns have such a customized grip.
The VP9 has an extended Picatinny MIL-STD-1913 rail molded into its polymer frame for mounting lights and accessories. The rail has been tested and certified to handle mounted accessories up to 5.6 ounces.