Heckler & Koch P9S is in excellent condition with 98% original finish. 5/5 Bore. Frame, slide, and barrel matching serial numbers. Very limited marks in the finish; there is minor edge wear on the slide safety lever and a small mark on the left side lever. Sharp checkering on the grips. HK logo is bright red. Slide is marked with "BStU" which is the German Stasi Records Agency. The eagle over N proof to the right of the serial number is the nitro test proof, and is also stamped on the barrel chamber and on the right side of the frame above the trigger. The frame also has an H&K date code of "IB" which translates to a year of manufacture of 1981, and to the right of the date code is an Ulm proof mark. Right side of slide is stamped with "HK INC ARL VA 22201"
Includes original black box with green backed H&K stickers, original owner's manual, one spare magazine with stainless follower, and a 25 meter factory test target.
Modern production; not C&R eligible. Import engraved on right side of slide.
The H&K P9S is a double action, semi-automatic pistol that is known for its accuracy. It utilized roller delayed blowback with its fixed barrel, and is one of the first pistols to use polygonal rifling. Common with European pistols, it features a heel release. There is a lever on the left side of the frame that serves three purposes: it will release the slide if in slide lock, it can cock the internal hammer for single action mode, and is also used in conjunction with the trigger to decock the internal hammer. A manual safety is found on the left side of the slide. A hammer cocked indicator is found at the rear of the grip.