H&K P9S - sn 106xxx
Heckler & Koch P9S, produced in 1975, in excellent condition with 95% finish. 5/5 Bore. 5/5 Grips. Frame, slide, and barrel matching serial numbers.
Polymer frame housing is in excellent condition with little evidence of handling wear. Light tool marks on the screws in front of the trigger guard. HK logo on the left side of the grip is a bright red. On the right side of the frame, "75" indicates the manufacturing year of 1975, and to the left is a stamp that appears to read "BMP".
The slide's flats on the left and right side have a polished blue finish. There are a few very light surface scratches on the right side of the slide. Almost no edge wear on the slide. Very light edge wear on the top of the sights. The colored inlay on the sights are bright.
Includes one magazine.
Import engraved on the right side of the slide.
Modern production. Not C&R Eligible. See our How To Order page for ordering instructions.
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.