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In many states currently hold both military as well as new generations of police handguns feeder. The numerous new acquisitions at home and abroad have both technical and tactical backgrounds.

Despite some success in parallel forming creation programs, there are some differences between the military and police requirements for handguns. The officer leading the gun usually as a primary weapon. Are therefore high ergonomics, rapid firing readiness, handling security and in recent years also increasingly higher magazine capacity in focus. The soldier, in turn, uses the gun usually as secondary weapons for personal defense or in environments where one rifle would be too bulky. For a long time there was also to more on safety rather than speed. Probably for this reason find themselves with currently established gun models manual backups. However, at least since the early 2000s began to rethink the military. So the gun became a cross-sectional back-up weapon more important, which is why ever since the cross-sectional training has intensified on the handgun. Moreover meet pistols especially in the military field have special roles, for example as weapons of special forces. Here, the use of special ammunition (z. B. for the silenced insert) or use in conjunction with night vision equipment in focus.

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