This auction is for a Heckler & Koch Model HK4 in .380 acp (9mm Kurtz) This pistol was one of the pistols manufactured by H&K for Harrington & Richardson Inc. in the 1970s and is so marked. These pistols could be converted to fire .25 acp, .32 acp and .22 long rifle ammunition with appropriate barrels, springs and magazines (none of these accessories are included in this auction). This is a straight blowback design with a double-action/single action trigger. It features a slide mounted thumb safety. The magazine release is located at the heel of the grip frame in the European fashion. The finish on this pistol is polished blue with a flat finish on the top of the slide. It shows blue wear on the high points. There is a slight ding on the rear of the frame where the hammer rests at full-cock. This pistol comes with one factory magazine with finger rest floor plate. No box or papers. This would make a nice, high quality carry piece or a fun shooter. Please ask all questions prior to bidding.
This auction is for a Heckler & Koch Model HK4 in .380 acp (9mm Kurtz) This pistol was one of the pistols manufactured by H&K for Harrington & Richardson Inc
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