My 1st HK handgun and their 1st

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  • 2flhun

    Active Member
    Apr 4, 2009
    Mont Co
    In the past year, I have started collecting smaller caliber handguns. My recent purchase is the HK4 in .380/9mmK. I brought this one home today. It's an interesting pistol. They sold it in Germany to be a 4 in 1 pistol. It came with a .380 barrel and magazine, a .32acp barrel/spring and magazine, a .25acp barrel/spring and magazine and a .22lr barrel/spring and magazine (easy adjustment to make function as a rimfire)

    I already had its older cousin, the Mauser HSC in .32acp.

    Now the hunt is on to acquire the .32, .25 and .22lr components

    Top pistol is the HK4 in .380, bottom is the Mauser HSC in .32acp

    I shot the Mauser last weekend, 7 yards at plates. It was accurate and pleasant to shoot. I hope to get the HK out next weekend.


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    Active Member
    Jan 26, 2012
    Cool! We have a pistol shoot tomorrow Sunday 9am-2pm at the AGC bring it out and any other pistols you have. It was originally scheduled for today but the weather was miserable this morning.


    NRA Patron Member
    Apr 5, 2012
    Damascus. MD
    For your next H&K I recommend a VP70z. That actually was the first gun I ever shot and the first gun I ever owned. No H&K collection is complete without one.

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