H&K adds the SP5K to the SP5 line.

The SP5K-PDW is semi-automatic civilian sporting version of the ultimate close quarters weapon – The HK MP5K. The “K” designation is from the German word for short – kurz; thus the K model’s shorter barrel and receiver. 

But no matter the size, all SP5 and MP5 models share the same HK roller-delayed blowback operating system, which is legendary for its accuracy, reliability, and smooth shooting dynamic. Originally perfected on the Heckler & Koch G3 rifle, this system has been used on many HK firearms still deployed around the world.

The SP5K-PDW was designed and manufactured to meet the definition of a civilian pistol. It is loaded with authentic features, like a 4.5” barrel with Navy-style threaded tri-lug adaptor, paddle magazine release, and fluted chamber. 

The SP5K-PDW is manufactured in Heckler & Koch’s factory in Oberndorf, Germany. It retains many of the critical elements of the MP5 and MP5K, including its precision-machined components and attention to detail. This high level of quality and workmanship is a result of making civilian SP5 variants in the same factory, on the same lines, and by the same workforce that has been making MP5s for years.

Configuration and Pricing

Part no. 81000481, (UPC 642230261815) SP5K-PDW 9mm with two 30rd magazines – MSRP $2799

Part no. 81000482, (UPC 642230261808) SP5K-PDW 9mm with two 10rd magazines – MSRP $2799

Part no. 206349S, (UPC 642230254336) Magazine, 9mm, 30 rounds – MSRP $80

Part no. 215610S, (UPC 642230251809) Magazine, 9mm, 15 rounds – MSRP $80

Part no. 239257S, (UPC 642230255210) Magazine, 9mm, 10 rounds – MSRP $80

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