so I had to do some homework for Zesty Gourmand's weapons.
This is a HK P9S. It's a 9x19mm single stack double action pistol that was made from the late 1960s to the early 80s. I have always been curious about it and decided that I'd use this art trade as an excuse to do some study of it. For its time it had several unique features. It also had one feature that today would make most safety range officers itchy, but folks did things differently back then.
It's a delayed blowback, roller-lock action, an action similar to that found on the G3 rifle, with polygonal rifling, and was one of the first handguns to make extensive use of polymer components in its frame. Although the HK VP70 holds the distinction of being the first true polymer frame handgun
On other advantage the P9S had is that it possessed a fixed barrel which made attaching a suppressor to it much easier. Especially in the 1970s and 80s when suppressors were often much larger and heavier then current models
Ian over at Forgotten Weapons posted a video about the HK P9S YouTube . It is one of his earliest videos so some of the production quality is not as good as his later work but it is still interesting.
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