Heckler & Koch P9S is in mint condition, like new in box, with 99% original finish. Slide, frame, and barrel matching serial numbers. Finish wear is very light and limited to the left and right sides of the slide, minor edge wear on the front and rear sights, and on the safety lever. Grips have sharp checkering. On the left side of the slide, left of the serial number, is a Bundesamt für Wehrtechnik und Beschaffung (BWB) stamp of an eagle over 415. The frame also has two of these eagle over 415 stamps to the left of the serial number. The right side of the frame is stamped with "76". Another eagle over 415 stamp is found on the barrel's chamber. Modern production, not C&R Eligible. Import engraved on the right side of the slide.
Includes black box that has had stickers removed, the original H&K owner's manual, and two spare magazines with stainless followers. The base plate of the spare magazines are stamped with "9x19mm" and date code of "IG", translating to 1986. The installed magazine does not have a date code.
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.