Heckler and Koch USC .45ACP Rifle

Heckler and Koch USC .45ACP Rifle

Heckler and Koch USC .45ACP Rifle
Heckler and Koch USC .45ACP Rifle
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SKU 81000092
Manufacturer Part Number 701445-A5
UPC Code 642230260382
Derived from the HK UMP submachine gun, the USC is a civilian utility carbine that uses the classic hard-hitting .45 ACP cartridge. Matched with a simple and ultra-reliable blowback operating system, the HK USC is a radical departure from traditional firearms designs.
Extensive use of the same durable reinforced polymers found on HK‘s line of military and police arms ensures lightweight and durability. And the highest grade of weapons steel is used where it matters —in the cold hammer forged target barrel and the solidly constructed bolt mechanism.
User ergonomics are not sacrificed. The skeletonized buttstock is capped with a comfortable rubber cheek rest and recoil pad. The web of the pistol grip is open for a comfortable handhold for a wide range of shooting applications. Hard points located on the top and sides of the receiver and handguard make attachment of optional Picatinny rails easy —allowing almost any kind of accessory to be mounted.
HK USC are covered by HK‘s lifetime warranty.



• Tough, lightweight, corrosion proof polymer construction
• Molded-in hard points for mounting accessories
• Optional accessory Picatinny rails available for easy mounting of
optical sights, lights, and aiming devices
• Rear sight is adjustable for windage and elevation
• Ambidextrous safety/selector lever
• Oversized trigger guard for easy operation while wearing gloves
• Sixteen inch cold-hammer forged target barrel
• Polymer 10 round magazine
• Lifetime warranty

Average customer rating:

1 Most recent customer reviews...

Dom C

Jul 14, 2020

Great Local Gun Store with quality firearms. The HK USC is a fun reliable carbine. It is dated by today's standard, the rifle is around 20 or so years old and built for the Clinton era gun laws. The mags only hold 10 rounds and picatinny rails are sold separately and can be expensive. The sights are fair at best. With that being said the gun will eat any type of 45 ACP all day without any failures and the rifle is very accurate.
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