New SP5 Pistol from Heckler & Koch

In a long awaited move, Heckler & Koch released a civilian, semiautomatic only, variant of the legendary MP5 submachine gun, known as the SP5.

The SP5 is a large format pistol, and comes equipped with a rear mounted sling for those SAS vibes. Users will be able to attach a brace to the SP5, as well as stocks for the creation of NFA short barreled rifles.

Shooters will also find the muzzle fitted with a tri-lug adapter, a paddle magazine release, and a chrome lined bore. The gun ships with a padded zip up case, front sight adjustment tool, and a bungee style sling.SP5

The Standard SP5 ships with two 30 round magazines, with ten round mags available for those in ban states. Both versions have an MSRP of $2799. Spare magazines in capacities of 30, 15, and 10 have an MSRP of $80 each.

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The Heckler & Koch MP5 is arguably the most imitated pistol-caliber carbine in the world. But even a pretty good copy is still just a copy. The truth is, you can only get a real HK from HK.

And now there is finally an authentic sporting version of the MP5 in the US, and it’s a real HK. The New SP5 will make all those generic MP5 copies out there look like nothing more than gun store consolation prizes.

The SP5 was developed by Heckler & Koch as a semiautomatic, civilian sporting pistol that matches the look and feel of the legendary MP5 submachine gun.

Designed and manufactured to meet the definition of a civilian pistol, the SP5 is loaded with authentic features, like a Navy barrel with threaded tri-lug adaptor, paddle magazine release, fluted chamber and chrome-lined bore.

The backbone of the SP5 is the roller-delayed blowback operating system, which is legendary for its accuracy, reliability, and smooth shooting dynamic. Originally perfected on the Heckler & Koch G3 rifle, it has been used on several other HK firearms still serving today around the world.

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

For more comfortable shooting, the SP5 is equipped with an elastic “bungee” sling. The sling is easily installed by snapping it onto the sling swivel hardware located on the rear of the receiver. Using the sling makes firing the SP5 more stable and reduces fatigue.

A wide variety of accessories can be added to increase its functionality. As the world’s most popular pistol-caliber carbine platform, the SP5 is supported by an aftermarket loaded with lots of great accessories, from rails and handguards all the way up to everything you need to make your own legally-registered short-barreled rifle*.


Part no. 81000477, SP5 9mm with two 30rd magazines MSRP $2799

Part no. 81000478, SP5 9mm with two 10rd magazines MSRP $2799

Part no. 206349S, Magazine SP5 9mm, 30 rounds MSRP $80

Part no. 215610S, Magazine SP5 9mm, 15 rounds MSRP $80

Part no. 239257S, Magazine SP5, 9mm, 10 rounds MSRP $80

*ALL NFA RULES APPLY. WARNING: 1. The addition of the H&K stock to a H&K type pistol with a barrel shorter than 16 inches in length results in the manufacturing of a short-barreled rifle (SBR) which falls within the classification of firearms subject to NFA controls [26 U.S. Code §5845(a)(3)]. Even if the pistol is not assembled into the butt stock, possession of the pistol and the butt stock would constitute a short barrel rifle (SBR) which may not be lawfully possessed unless it is registered to the possessor in the National Firearms Registration and Transfer Record in advance. 2. The Addition of the H&K stock to a H&K type pistol with a barrel of 16 inches in length or longer results in the manufacturing of a lawful sporting rifle. Prior to converting the pistol into a rifle, ensure you follow the guidance in 18 U.S. Code § 922 (r) and 27 CFR 478.39. It is YOUR responsibility to ensure that all laws and regulations are followed.

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Daniel holds instructor certifications from Rangemaster, Agile Training & Consulting, and the NRA. He has received training from Craig Douglas, Tom Givens, and Steve Fisher among others. He also has experience competing in USPSA, CAS, 3 Gun, and Steel Challenge. In his free time Daniel enjoys petting puppies and reading the Constitution. His work is also published by AmmoLand, Recoil Concealment, and Air Force Times. Daniel has also written and edited for The Kommando Blog.

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