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The Heckler Koch USP (Universelle Selbstladepistole or universal self-loading pistol) is a short-recoil semi-automatic pistol. Its mechanical recoil system buffers its slide and barrel lowering recoil by up to 30. The USP features a cold hammer forged barrel with polygonal bore profile machined nitro-carburized steel slide with extended release fiber-reinforced polymer frame lock-out safety and ambidextrous magazine release. The USP can be converted to any of nine different firing modes and several variants are available with different features and barrel lengths.
Caliber .40 SW - Capacity 10rds - Barrel 3.58 - Sights Fixed - Action DASA - Frame Black Polymer - Slide Blued Steel - Length 6.81 - Width 1.14 - Height 5 - Weight 1.71 lbs (unloaded) - Additional Features - 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
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