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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.

• Ambidextrous magazine release
• Accessory rail
• Mechanical recoil system

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