12 Round USP .45 Magazine
The 12 round USP .45 magazine. Note the reflectance of the item.
Loot Type Military
Caliber .45 ACP
Rounds Held 12
Weapons Used In G37, MK 23, USP .45
Rarity Common

The 12 Round USP .45 Magazine is a magazine used in the military grade .45 ACP pistols.


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[1].


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.



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