Anybody able to ID this weapon ?

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I'm more impressed with the locals.

Rolled up trouser legs (something in the Koran about trousers not touching the gorund?) and flip flops.

Class Dress Regs.
 
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Looks like one. Looks short so maybe a 19 or a 23.
Too short to be a Glock 17. Do US forces carry .40 sidearms? (Glock 23)
 
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Too short to be a Glock 17. Do US forces carry .40 sidearms? (Glock 23)
Dunno, but they're popular with North American policing agencies. The .40 model is the G22 which is the model I'm issued. The G23 is the short version I believe.
 
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It looks too short to be the 23, looks more like an HKP2k
 
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Too short to be a Glock 17. Do US forces carry .40 sidearms? (Glock 23)
Glock 19, 9mm. The Feds like the .40 cal so if he is in anyway related to a Fed Agency operating there he could be carrying a model 23.

However, THEIRS do carry the model 19, 9mm (and other things). Open source article covering a training course run for THEIRS in Germany by Kyle Lamb, Sgt Maj (retd.) Delta Force - pics show a couple of model 19's in use as well as other pieces.

http://www.vikingtactics.com/images/article_pdfs/C_1_Viking.pdf
 
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