In trying to identify the first handguns built with the express purpose of allowing lights to be attached, we find Heckler & Koch’s USP is a standout. This large handgun with a polymer frame and selective double-action has an integral rail to accept their UTL (Universal Tactical Light).
The idea was simple. Let’s put a white light on the handgun to let the user identify the threat, or lack thereof, without tying up the other hand with a flashlight.
In trying to identify the first handguns built with the express purpose of allowing…
by Kevin Davis / Sep 1, 2007