Heckler & Koch is a German company that started out as a small manufacturer of firearms. In 1966, the engineers of this company introduced a new 9mm submachine gun called the Heckler & Koch MP5. The popularity of the MP5 would eventually make it one of the most popular and sought after submachine guns anywhere. Not only did it become popular in West Germany, but it was also sold and/or licensed through manufacturers in China, United States, Turkey, United Kingdom, Saudi Arabia, Greece, France, Pakistan, Sudan, and others. In fact, there are more than 100 different variations of the Heckler and Koch MP5 because of its popularity. Some foreign manufacturers have even gone as far as to make semi-automatic versions of the MP5.

Turkish manufacturer MKE produces MP5 (T94) for the civilian market. Technically the T94 is not a clone of the MP5 because it is manufactured on H&K-licensed machinery in Turkey. MKE manufactures a wide range of H&K firearms under license.

And MKE T94 (or Zenith Z-5 in US) is my new gun!