Heckler & Koch HK45
Designed by Frank Henninger, Larry Vickers, and Ken Hackathorn, the HK45 was designed to meet the requirements set in the U.S. Military Joint Combat Pistol program, which had the purpose of getting a .45 ACP semi-automatic to replace the M9.
- HK45C (Compact)
- HK45T (Tactical)
- HK45CT (Compact-Tactical)
HK45: 785g (27.7oz)
HK45C: 717g (25oz)
HK45: 191mm (7.5in)
HK45C: 183mm (7.2in)
HK45: 115mm (4.5in)
HK45C: 99mm (3.9in)
HK45: 36mm (1.4in)
HK45C: 29mm (1.1in)
HK45: 148mm (5.8in)
HK45C: 128.5mm (5.1in)
|Caliber||.45 Automatic Colt Pistol|
Short Recoil Operated
Browning-type tilting barrel
|Feed System||Detachable box magazine, 10/8 round.|
|Sights||Drift Adjustable, 3-dot Super-LumiNova night sight system|
- Australia; HK45; Tactical Response Group.
- USA; HK45C; United States Naval Special Warfare Command.
- USA; HK45C; Fort Lee Police Department
- The HK45C was featured in Battlefield 4, under the name 'Compact 45'
- The HK P30 shares the aesthetic design of the HK45.