Testing out the Zenith Z-5P 9mm MP5K (VIDEO)

IV8888 gets some quality range time in the watermelon patch with the Turkish-made semi-auto MP5K, the Zenith Z-5P.

The Heckler and Koch MP5 series sub gun was one of the best designs of the 20th Century and was the go-to burp gun for special operations and response teams for generations. Now the Turkish firm of MKE is cranking them out in a semi-auto only 9mm format for import by Virginia-based Zenith Firearms as the Z-5P.

And Eric puts it through its paces with typical Georgia aplomb.

Strange watermelons they have in the Peachtree State.

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