View Full Version : Where can I get a H&K MP5???

October 4, 1999, 06:37 PM
I am looking for a H&K MP5 but they are really hard to find. I am looking for a semi auto version.

What is a resonable price for a H&K MP5?

Where can I get a H&K MP5 at a resonable price?

October 4, 1999, 07:35 PM
Bachman Pawn and Gun - http://www.bachmangun.com - had a SP89 - http://www.unsuave.com/~hkpro/sp89.htm - at the gun show in Houston this weekend. It was $3,600.

Special Weapons is building a MP5 replica that is less expensive - http://www.specialweaponsllc.com/

Finally, HK may offer a civilian version of the UMP later this year or early next year. You can see the prototype at http://www.unsuave.com/~hkpro/update.htm

Daren Thompson
October 4, 1999, 07:59 PM
See my post in Full Auto.


October 4, 1999, 11:06 PM
Nick Tilotta <[email protected]> has a store that sells them (forgot the name). When I checked in June his price for an HK MP5K was $7895, plus sales tax, plus $200 FET.

Good luck on your search.

Ban the bans.

4V50 Gary
October 5, 1999, 04:28 PM
MP5 is too close, too personal. M2 is nice and discreet. Reach out, reach out and touch someone!

Aw heck, MP5s on short bursts (via trigger control) are a lot of fun. Long bursts really aren't practical except under a few circumstances.

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October 5, 1999, 07:54 PM

The H&K semi-auto that you're asking about, is not an MP5 - which is a sub-machine gun. You're describing the H&K 94 series carbine, in 9mm. There is an LE marketed version of the MP-5 that has the semi-only fire-control pack, but you didn't indicate you've got the departmental backing (or badge) to justify this latter restricted arm. So, we're back to the H&K 94.

Shotgun News & The Gunlist are excellent sources for classified ads for such firearms. Don't expect to find a bargain on the H&K 94 or the semi-auto SP-89 pistol, as they're in very high demand by both conversion shops and people like yourself that recognize a quality product.

"If you really want to know what's going on;
then, you have to follow the money trail."