Heckler & Koch HK33

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Heckler & Koch HK33
Manufacturer: Heckler & Koch
Weapon Type: Assault Rifle
Size: Various
Weight: Various
Fire Modes:
  • Semi-Automatic
  • Burst Mode
  • Full Automatic
  • Ammunition: 5.56×45mm NATO
    Feeding System: 25-40 Round Magazine
    Rate of Fire: 750 rounds/min
    Range: 100–400 m (328–1,312 ft)
    Affiliation(s): Germany

    The Heckler & Koch HK33 is a select-fire assault rifle designed and developed by Heckler & Koch. The HK33 was one of several designs that was heavily influenced by the Heckler & Koch G3 and was designed to accommodate NATO's 5.56mm round where as others chambered the 7.62×51mm NATO, the 7.62×39mm and the 9×19mm Parabellum.


    The HK33 was designed with the same basic concept firing mechanisms as the G3, however the only difference is that this one chambers the 5.56mm round like the Colt M-16 or Colt M4

    It ceased production in 2001, however remains a very popular brand of assault rifle. It is very controllable in terms of handling and has slim to none recoil in terms of full automatic fire.


    • Built with slim to no recoil, the HK33 is extremely reliable in terms of accuracy and handling.
    • Attachments can allow for no recoil and all accuracy.
    • Ammunition is plentiful as it is a NATO standard ammunition.
    • Select-fire capability allows for semi-auto fire


    • Length of the weapon may present a problem in terms of close quarters so a smaller variant maybe a wiser choice.
    • Like with other select fire weapons, full auto will waste ammo and reduce the accuracy of the rifle despite it's low recoil.
    • Attachments may add extra weight.

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