Umarex HK45 Compact Tactical GBB Airsoft Pistol (by VFC)
Specifications of the HK45 Gas Airsoft Pistol:
Length - 202mm
Weight - 795g
Magazine Capacity - 20 Rounds
Power Source - Green Gas
Blowback - Yes
Shooting Modes - Semi Only
Hop-up - Adjustable by using a key
Magazine Compatibility - Umarex (VFC) HK45 Compact Tactical 20rds Gas Magazine
FPS - 320
The HK45 itself has a good amount of weight and even though its a compact, it doesn't feel overly small. It also comes with an additional back strap for you to swap out if you so choose. Back to the weight, even without the magazine, the HK45 still feels weighty in hand. It's a made out of polymer plastic and its feel is quite nice. The texturing looks good on the HK45, and the same can be said about the back strap. The slide is aluminum and the sights are 3 dot style. The slide features serrations upfront and at the rear. The trigger pull itself is very smooth just like on the real HK45. Unlike many other pistols, you actually don't have to remove the slide. With each HK45 you get a key and you can adjust the hop right here in the front under the barrel. In terms of forward-thinking, this scores pretty high marks. The base plate on the magazine does provide a comfortable rest for my hand. You can actually use a mock suppressor and its 16mm CCW head to fit on this gun. Being a gun with that also features double action, if I don't rack the slide the gun will actually not fire. However, after you have racked the slide and de-cock the gun, you can actually fire using double action. This gas airsoft pistol offers crisp and quick blowback and cycling, providing a highly satisfying sound as it cycles through the shots. The slide locks back just like the real HK45 when the magazine is empty. Magazine changes on the HK45 are quick and easy with the magazine dropping out of the pistol when you press the magazine release button.
Umarex Sportwaffen GmbH & Co. KG is a German manufacturer of air guns, tear-gas and signal pistols, paintball markers under the RAM brand and airsoft guns, based in Arnsberg, North Rhine-Westphalia. The firm was founded in 1972.The United States subsidiary of Umarex is called Umarex USA and was created in 2006 after acquiring the United States marketers of the RWS brand (formerly part of Dynamit Nobel), which they continue to market. Umarex USA markets Umarex airguns in addition to many other airguns under license from various firearm brands that include Beretta, Browning, Colt, Hammerli, HK, Makarov, Ruger, Smith & Wesson, UZI, and Walther. Umarex USA entered the tactical rimfire market in 2009 with the importation of Walther-made Colt M4 and M16 .22 LR guns. The company has in-house brands including entry and mid-level airsoft guns in their Tactical Force and Combat Zone brands, while reserving their Elite Force brand for premium airsoft guns. The Legends line is based on historical guns in a BB or pellet airgun format. In late 2010, the company began offering a Turkish-made M1911A1 chambered in .45 ACP under the Regent brand. This HK45 is made under license from Umarex, which holds the worldwide license for Heckler & Koch H&K.
x1 Umarex (VFC) HK45 Compact Tactical - Black
x1 20Rnd Magazine for HK45
x1 Additional Backstrap for different sized hands
x1 Hop-up adjustment key.
|Green Gas / Top Gas
|Net Weight (kg)
I watched the Redwolf TV episode where the guys did a pistol challenge. I saw one of them use this pistol and it got me thinking about it. I ordered it and the same parts that were used in the video. I have to admit, its pretty good, no wonder why it seemed to be the one everyone voted for!