HK IN ACTION AROUND THE WORLD: CHOICE OF THE ELITE A PHOTO COLLECTION OF ACTUAL WORKING UNITS
Pakistani troops in training. One appears to be the -butt- of the joke.
An officer guards the perimeter of a prison in San Salvador, El Salvador after an uprising there in Dec. 2002. HK33K.
Member of the Spanish Grupo Especial de Operaciones GEO (Special Operations Group) of the Policia Nacional (National Police) takes aim with PSG1
Another Spanish GEO member with MP5SD2 and P9S.
An armed British policeman takes aim in Hackney, London, Thursday, Jan. 2, 2003, on the eighth day of a police siege of a house where a gunman may be holding another man hostage. Police marksmen and negotiators have surrounded the house since Dec. 26, when a man shouted at officers from a window and brandished a gun as they tried to remove a car. The man shot at officers when they tried to storm the apartment.(AP Photo/Max Nash)
A police marksman keeps his weapon trained on a house in the Hackney area of east London, Sunday Jan. 5, 2003, where an armed siege entered its eleventh day. Officers spoke for two-and-a-half hours this morning to a gunman who has been holding a hostage since Dec. 26. (AP Photo/Stefan Rousseau, PA)
Excellent photo of a very rare configuration. I believe this rifle to be a G3K with ambidextrous trigger group and PSG1 buttstock added. It is somewhat rare for a G3 variant to have a pictogram ambi trigger group like this rifle has.
Armed police keep watch around a flat under siege in Hackney in east London, January 9, 2003. A 15-day standoff between police and a gunman holed up in a freezing London flat became Britain's longest-running domestic siege on Thursday, as government figures were released showing a big surge in armed crime. REUTERS/Peter Macdiarmid
Officers at a standoff in Berkeley, CA on roof of target structure. HK33K left and HK53 right.
Interesting posed photo of German SEK members with P7 pistol and that pesky variant of the MP5 (pesky because I don't know what it is officially called) with the permanent optical sight that I have referred to as the MP5GR for no better reason than that the 5.56mm rifles and machine guns featured in the GR Series page have this same optical sight, and no iron sights.
I captioned this photo "Chicken Wings Anyone?" for the way the standing operator has his right elbow raised at a ridiculously high angle. Makes for a dramatic Hollyoodesque photo, but is poor technique.