Heckler & Koch MP5N Submachine GunEdit
The MP5N is a submachine gun designed by Heckler & Koch in 1960s. It was designed as a smaller lighter submachine 9x19mm gun based on the 7.62x51mm Heckler & Koch G3. It can have a variaty of fire modes ranging from semi-autimatic to 3-round burst. The MP5N is used by the Navy for self defence. The MP5N uses 15, 30, 32 round magazines, and can use a 100round Beta C MAG.