If you buy a new rifle at the age of 77, you must be an avid shooter. And normally you won’t expect from someone that old to buy a military looking self-loading rifle. But Hermann Ohnheiser liked the APC223. Just a few days after he picked the rifle up, he proved beyond any doubt, that he made an excellent choice. Shooting five round groups from a bench at 100 m, using GGG ammunition in .223 Rem from Lithuania, he shot a group of 12 x 12 mm. Changing the ammunition to S&B 55 grs he improved his already excellent result with a group of 7 x 8 mm. In order to archive such an outstanding result it needs a very accurate rifle like the APC223, a good scope but also an outstanding shooter. And this at the age of 77. B&T has only one thing to say: RESPECT!
The KH9 is the perfect combination of proven and modern elements. While the grip is originally from the Swiss Assault Rifle 90 (Stgw 90) and the 50 (!) round magazine from the Swiss MP43/44, the housing and the trigger is a complete new development. The gun has no external safety, instead a decoking lever and therefore equals a DA/SA pistol trigger.
The KH9 is a limited edition of 222 pieces. It is a technical delicacy with virtue.