H&K USP Tactical electric
The HK USP pistol still equips many armed forces around the world today thanks to its different calibers and tactical upgrade possibilities.
This airsoft replica has a full metal cylinder head and silencer. Its AEP (Automatic Electric Gun) operating mode with battery and large capacity magazine (30 rounds) makes it a major asset as a secondary replica for your sessions.
Model sold with a silencer, a battery and a battery charger.
The USP is a double-action semi-automatic pistol from the German company Heckler & Koch GmbH (H&K), which appeared in 1993 to replace the P7 pistol. The Universal Selbstlade Pistole, or universal semi-automatic pistol, is chambered for different calibers and available in many versions.
This pistol benefits from a completely original design, that is to say that it is not an old modernized model. It was originally designed to fire the .40 S&W and then gave rise to a lower powered version firing the more conventional 9mm Parabellum, a reverse evolution to what was generally done on competing models. The two ammunition having relatively similar dimensions, the 9 mm version only differs in the barrel and the dimensions of the magazine.
In September 1989, the Heckler & Koch firm decided to design a new family of pistols, mainly meeting the requirements of the American market. In 1991, the first prototypes of the USP were subjected to rigorous testing by the OHWS (Offensive Handgun Weapon System) program, a program commissioned by the United States Special Operations Command (USSOCOM) and which resulted in the tactical version derived from the USP: the HK Mk.23. This pistol is chambered in .45 ACP only and equipped with adjustable sights and a specific barrel which allows a silencer (USP SD) to be attached.