POTD: Sniper With Heckler & Koch HK M110A1 SDMR & MP7 A2

Eric B
by Eric B
POTD: Sniper With Heckler & Koch HK M110A1 SDMR & MP7 A2

The title of this Photo Of The Day kind of sums up what it’s all about. While your eyes are on the Heckler & Koch HK M110A1, you’re missing a lot of interesting details. Note that H&K calls it a “variant“, and although it’s difficult to see all details in an image like this, it seems several things have been changed. The handguard looks different, for starters. The suppressor seems to be a B&T (for the G28), and not the OSS SRM6. The backup sights are different and the stock might be too. The riflescope looks like the excellent Schmidt & Bender 5-20×50 PM II Ultra Short. This is most likely a Made In Germany project, and you take what you have.

Which one would you prefer, the M110A1 HKUSA “original”, or the one pictured? I’m voting for Europe…

Heckler & Koch (caption):

Sniper Time! The HK M110 SDMR variant for very precise work. With the MP7 as a backup weapon on our patented picatinny multi-purpose holster system.

While you were looking at all that, you just might have missed that Heckler & Koch MP7A2 on the drop holster?


Image and caption source: Heckler & Koch.

Eric B
Eric B

Ex-Arctic Ranger. Competitive practical shooter and hunter with a European focus. Always ready to increase my collection of modern semi-automatics, optics, thermals and suppressors. TCCC Certified. Occasionaly seen in a 6x6 Bug Out Vehicle, always with a big smile.

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  • Ape Ape on Mar 27, 2024

    I mean the scope isn't even 50 shades of FDE. F*cking poors, always mucking everything up. And I bet the shooter has chiggers now. Those things are a b*tch.

  • Carputt Carputt on Mar 27, 2024

    It would be great of the POTD were clickable to open full size.

    • ChierDuChien ChierDuChien on Mar 27, 2024

      @carputt Left-click on image, select "Open Image in New Tab", select "New Tab" that appears at top of screen & view nice big image....in most cases. Takes 3 clicks.

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