Officers currently carry sidearms and Heckler and Koch MP5s that are locked to only fire single shots.
What does HK stand for?
HK stands for Heckler and Koch (German gun manufacturer)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
All of the assault weapons used in the film were manufactured by Heckler and Koch, with the exception of one M4 wielded by a Swat team member.
They are armed with Heckler and Koch G36 assault rifles, a favourite weapon of the SAS when serving in Northern Ireland.
The team, dressed in black and carrying Heckler and Koch sub-machine guns, dragged a Somalian of 23 and a Somalian-born German aged 24 off the KLM flight without firing any shots.
The announcement that the JTF2 had bought these weapons from Heckler and Koch soon set the defence industry abuzz in Ottawa.
They went to his home and found the Heckler and Koch in his back bedroom and a Remington shotgun capable of firing ballbearings which was legally held.
The Heckler and Koch MP5 sub-machine gun adapted to fire single rounds and the Austrian-made Glock179mm pistol as a sidearm.
The weapon, an exact copy of a Heckler and Koch MP5, was one of three air guns snatched during the raid in the Donnington area of Telford.