Photo Of The Day – The word photograph is a combination of Greek words and means “drawing with light”. The word was invented by Sir John Herschel, over 180 years ago. When I think of “drawing with light” I’m more thinking of myself with a Minigun, shooting tracers into the darkness of a desert. Or why not with HK’s SP5?
The SP5 model is made in the Heckler & Koch factory in Oberndorf, located in the southwest of Germany. Here you can see it with a suppressor and an Aimpoint ACRO Red Dot.
The backbone of the Heckler & Koch SP5 is the roller-delayed blowback operating system.
For an alternative look check the Mandalorian Heckler & Koch SP5.
“Photography is the simplest thing in the world, but it is incredibly complicated to make it really work.”
– Martin Parr
The photos are taken by Jeremy Tremp of Offensive Marketing Group and used with permission.
Have you sees the long-barreled H&K SP5L?