|Heckler & Koch HK33|
|Manufacturer: Heckler & Koch|
|Weapon Type: Assault Rifle|
|Fire Modes: |
|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)|
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.
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.