|12 Round USP .45 Magazine|
|The 12 round USP .45 magazine. Note the reflectance of the item.|
|Weapons Used In||G37, MK 23, USP .45|
The USP .45 and its magazine were designed in 1989 by German arms manufacturing company Heckler & Koch. The original USP fired it's ammunition from a .45 ACP magazine, and carried 12 rounds at most. The USP was later designed to hold 9x19mm Parabellum, .357 SIG, and .40 S&W rounds from various magazines.
The USP .45 magazine looks a lot like the magazines used in the Makarov and CZ-75. The magazine for the USP .45 has around the same size and shape as the Makarov magazine. Also, like the CZ-75 magazine, the magazine for the USP has a high reflectance, however, the amount is a little bit higher than that of the reflectance of the magazine used in the CZ-75.
- In real life, the USP can hold up to 15 rounds.