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The Volkspistole 70 is a 9×19mm, 18-round, double action only, semi-automatic/three-round burst capable polymer frame pistol manufactured by German arms firm Heckler & Koch GmbH in 1970. It was the first polymer-framed handgun, predating the Glock 17 by 12 years. At 820 g (28.9 oz) unloaded, the weapon was lighter than most metal framed pistols of the time. The stock was designed to be used as a holster when not mounted. On the military version of the VP70 this combination includes a unique feature: When mounted, a selective fire switch, located on the stock, allows switching the weapon to a three-round burst mode, with a 2,200 rounds per minute cyclic rate of fire. The VP70 uses a spring-loaded striker like a Glock, instead of a conventional firing pin. Unlike the military VP70M, the civilian VP70Z does have a safety. It is the circular button located immediately behind the trigger and is a common crossblock safety. On the military frame, this is replaced with a non-functional plug.[1]

Battlefield HeroesEdit

""Take care" of your target up close and silent."

— In-game Description


Sam's Silenced Sidearm is a weapon featured in Battlefield Heroes. Available for the Royal Army, it was introduced in the Agents bundle on August 15, 2012. Its counterpart is Jimmy's Suppressed G73 for the National Army.

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