The ultimate close-quarters weapon, the HK MP5K, is available in semi-automatic civilian sporting form as the Hk SP5K PDW. The “K” abbreviation comes from the German word kurz, which means short. As a result, the shorter barrel and receiver of the K type.
However, all SP5 and MP5 models—regardless of size—share the same HK roller-delayed blowback operating mechanism, which is renowned for its accuracy, dependability, and fluid shooting dynamic. This mechanism, which was initially developed for the Heckler & Koch G3 rifle, has been employed on many HK weapons that are still in use today all around the world.
The SP5K-PDW was created and produced to be a civilian pistol according to definition. It has a ton of real features, like a fluted chamber, paddle magazine release, and 4.5″ barrel with a Navy-style threaded tri-lug adaptor.
In Germany’s Oberndorf, Heckler & Koch’s facility produces the Hk SP5K PDW. Many of the essential components of the MP5 and MP5K, such as their precision-machined parts and attention to detail, are still present. The production of civilian SP5 variants in the same factory, on the same production lines, and by the same personnel as MP5s for years has led to this high degree of craftsmanship and quality.
Hk Sp5k Specs
Hk SP5K Dimensions
|Caliber||Length||Height||Barrel Length||Sight Radius|
|9mm x 19||13.8 in.||8.66 in.||5.83 in.||10.2 in.|
Hk SP5K Weight
|Caliber||Weight (without magazine)||Magazine Weight Empty|
|9mm x 19||4.2 lb||30rd – 6 oz/10rd – 3.88 oz|
Hk SP5K Pdw Other Specifications
|Caliber||Magazine Capacity||Trigger Pull||Trigger Travel||Return Travel||Barrel Profile / Twist|
|9mm x 19||30 / 15 / 10||6.74 – 10.11 pounds-force||.24 in.||.12 in.||6 grooves, right-hand twist|