Find best concealed carry and duty holsters for Heckler & Koch handguns in leather, nylon and kydex material with 5 YRS warranty, directly from producers stock. With many years in holster business, our portfolio grew up and today we offer wide range of leather and nylon holsters for HK pistols. We are working hard to satisfy your holster needs and we are offering new innovative models of HK holsters based on years of experience in professional, duty or regular concealment gun wearing. We offer holsters for HK P2000, HK P30, HK USP and others.
The German firm Heckler & Koch was founded in 1949 by Edmund Heckler and Theodor Koch. The company was established in the old Mauser arms factory in Oberndorf. This had been emptied by the French after the Second World War as provisional compensation for war damage they had suffered. As the German army was being built up in the early 1950s, the company received a contract to manufacture the G3 automatic army rifle in .308 Wichester caliber. The Heckler & Koch is based on the Spanish CETME rifle, which was in turn based on a Mauser design. The CETME design was than modified to German requirements with the help of the development with help of the development of Rheinmetall, resulting in the G3 army rifle. This rifle has the famous roller locking system. Heckler & Koch was also one of the first arms manufacturers to use a polygonal barrel profile. This type of barrel does not have any grooves and lands but a polygonal inside which allows for a certain rotation (twist) ensuring that the bullet rotates. Many of the technical designs of the army weapons can also be found in the Heckler & Koch sports and hunting weapons, such as the above mentioned roller locking system, the military rotating diopter sight for particular distances and the polygonal barrel. In addition to the well -known HKMP5 submachine gun in several different models, Heckler and Koch also make a small series of specialized rifles for sharpshooting. In the mid 1980s, Heckler & Koch developed a special army rifle, the G=11, for ammunition without cartridge cases. In the late 1990, the concern was in financial difficulties because of the loss of certain government orders. The choice of the American armed forces for the Beretta M=92 pistol, rather than the Heckler & Koch P7-M13 pistol was a particularly severe bow. In addition, there was not enough interest in the G-11 rifle project. In 1990 the French Giat arms concern announced that it would take over Heckler & Koch but it pulled out of the merger in January 1991. In March 1991, the company was bought up by the British Royal Ordnance, a subsidiary of Aerospace. In 1995, the firm was taken over by the German Wischo concern. The USP pistol proved to be extremely successful. This army pistol was chosen under the name SOCOM, amongst others, by the US Navy Seals and other special units of the American armed forces. On the basis of this weapon Heckler & Koch designed a number of different models as sport and service pistol. In 1997, Heckler & Koch introduced a completely new rifle design, the HK G36E. This new family of rifles contains of an attack rifle, a light sub-machine-gun and a carbine. It is very surprising that Heckler & Koch abandoned the roller locking system for this new type of rifle. In fact, the HK 36E has a rotation locking system.
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