P7

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P7100
Gun Information
Full name Heckler & Koch P7
Country of origin West Germany
Manufacturer Heckler & Koch
Game Information
Faction Griffin & Kryuger
Manufactured /
Revised by
I.O.P.
Voice actor Kurosawa Tomoyo
Artist Saru
Released on CN, TW, KR, EN, JP
Chibi Animation
Variant:

Click the marked area to switch between animations

How to obtain[edit]

NORMALHEAVY Timer 0:55:00. See T-Doll Production for details.

DROP Chapter 5-E (All Maps), 6-3, 6-2E, 7-4, 8-5, 8-2E, 9-5, 10-1, 11-5, 11-1E

REWARD Not obtained as a reward

Exclusive Equipment[edit]

There is no exclusive equipment for this T-Doll.

Stats / Data[edit]

Stats
Health
 Health
Health
 Ammo
Health
 Ration
32(x1)63(x1) / 315(x5) 10(x1) / 30(x5) 10(x1) / 30(x5)
Damage
 Damage
12 32
Evasion
 Evasion
11 83
Accuracy
 Accuracy
8 62
Rate of Fire
 Rate of Fire
42 61
Movement Speed
 Move Speed
15
Armor
 Armor
0
Critical Hit Rate
 Crit. Rate
20%
Critical Hit Damage
 Crit. Damage
50%
Armor Penetration
 Armor Pen.
15
Icon slot Accessory.png Icon Telescopic Sight S 2star.png Icon Holographic Sight S 2star.png
Icon Red Dot Sight S 2star.png Icon Night Combat Equipment S 2star.png
Icon Silencer S 2star.png
Icon slot Magazine.png Icon Armor-Piercing Ammo S 2star.png Icon HP Ammo S 2star.png
Icon Shotgun Ammo S 2star.png
Icon High-Velocity Ammo S 2star.png
Icon slot Doll.png Icon Microchip S 2star.png Icon Exoskeleton S 2star.png
Icon Ballistic Plate S 2star.png Icon Camo Cape S 2star.png
Icon Ammo Box S 2star.png

Affects all guns
Increases evasion by
12%(x1) / 15%(x2) / 18%(x3) / 21%(x4) / 24%(x5)
Increases rate of fire by
10%(x1) / 12%(x2) / 15%(x3) / 17%(x4) / 20%(x5)

Weapon Background[edit]

The 1972 Munich Olympics Massacre prompted the development of new law enforcement weaponry. The HK P7 semi-automatic handgun was one of the weapons which came out of this program. Designed for policing units under strict guidelines regarding weapon size, weight, minimum muzzle energy, and service life time. The P7 was designed to be fully ambidextrous, safe to carry while loaded, and quickly drawn.

Differing from other pistols with their recoil or simple blow-back operation, the operation of the P7 actually relies a gas delayed blow-back mechanism. The advantages of this system include a simpler manufacturing process and a high mechanical accuracy (due to the barrel being fixed in the frame). The P7 features a hexagonal rifling pattern to achieve a longer service life time. The P7 was primarily designed for the 9mm Parabellum cartridge, and feeds 8 rounds from its single-stack magazine. Other features include an enlarged trigger guard for comfortable two-handed firing, and an unique built-in cocking lever located at the front of the grip, which must be squeezed before the pistol can be fired. This feature makes the pistol safe to carry while loaded.

Despite being gradually phased out of service in Germany, the P7 and its variants are widely exported to many countries, and are used primarily by law enforcement units, special police, and even counter terrorist units. The successor to the P7 series of handguns would be HK's USP series. Variants of the P7 designed to chamber other handgun calibres such as .45 ACP, .22 LR, and .40 S&W. were developed but not manufactured, likely due to a lack of market interest.[1]

Design

A T-Doll with animal features, P7 sports cat ears and a tail. Her outfit resembles a nun... Cat-nun? P7's primary color scheme is white, purple, and pink, with these colors being present in most of her outfit as well as her long white hair and purple eyes. In her official art, a lot of cross symbols can be found: as decoration ornaments, as clothes patterns, and as her iris shape. As revealed by the Girls' Frontline manga series, P7's body height is around 120 cm, making her a fairly small T-Doll physically.

Gallery

Main artwork

Gallery consisting of artworks used primarily in-game.

Alternative artwork

Alternate gallery consisting of artworks with slight alterations as well as miscellaneous artworks.

References[edit]