Holster for HK USP Compact
The polymer used is a thermoplastic semi crystalline structure very ductile and tough. A low specific gravity material with high resistance to oils, greases, solvents, chemicals and corrosion, so it is used to replace metals in the industry.
Polyamides, in addition to strength, hardness and high toughness, also possess a high thermal deformation resistance (resistant to temperatures of -40 ° C to approx. +100 ° C).
The Automatic Holster made of a high quality polymer, with the automatic characteristic, comes to be one of the best holsters in the market.
Automatic Holster(AH) A police holster outfit with the “Automatic Action System” that gives a tactical advantage against aggression. What is Automatic Action System?
Is a system by which in one move the gun is drawn, the retentions systems are deactivated and the weapon comes out loaded. Automatic Holster(AH) Is a revolutionary holster in the World of police holsters, it solves all the worries that police force has in relation to the fire weapon they carry during service.
AH holsters are the first in the market providing an anti-theft system with three security levels which let the weapon totally protected facing any attempt of robbery or unintentional withdrawal.
All actions of “unholster and load the gun” are done single-handedly, safer, faster.
The USP (Universelle Selbstladepistole or "universal self-loading pistol") is a semi-automatic pistol developed in Germany by Heckler & Koch GmbH (H&K) of Oberndorf am Neckar as a replacement for the P7 series of handguns.
Design work on a new family of pistols commenced in September 1989 focused primarily on the U.S. commercial and law enforcement markets. USP prototypes participated in rigorous testing alongside H&K's entry in the Offensive Handgun Weapon System (OHWS) program requested by the U.S. Special Operations Command (USSOCOM) and which would later result in the Mk 23 Mod 0. The USP prototypes were then refined in 1992, based on input from the OHWS trials, and the design was finalized in December of the same year. The USP was formally introduced in January 1993 with the USP40 model (the base version) chambered for the increasingly popular .40 S&W cartridge, followed soon by the USP9 (using the 9×19mm Parabellum cartridge), and in May 1995—the USP45 (caliber .45 ACP). In contrast to the ambitious and innovative P7, P9S, and VP70Z designs, the USP uses a more conventional Browning-style cam-locked action, similar to that used in the Hi-Power - but with a polymer frame. Wikipedia.