Super Rare Heckler and Koch Mark 23 .45 ACP SOCOM pistol in its original box with factory test target and spare magazine. A special forces favourite because of its accuracy, reliability, and stopping power.
The MK 23 became the first caliber .45 ACP pistol to enter U.S. military service since the venerable Government Model 1911A1. On May 1, 1996, the first MK 23 pistols were delivered to the U.S. Special Operations Command for operational deployment.
To meet reliability requirement, the pistol had to demonstrate a minimum of 2,000 mean rounds between stoppages (MRBS) with both M1911 ball and +P ammunition. All pistols exceeded the 2000 MRBS with an average of 6000 MRBS.
A seriously hard to find pistol (We have only ever seen one deactivated example) in tip top condition, it comes with a replica silencer which is indistinguishable from the real thing (Unlicensed silencers for firearms are prohibited by law in the UK)
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