This is definitely a step in the right direction for this gun manufacturer.
Everyone who ever said Heckler & Koch don’t listen now have their chance. Now’s the time to speak up, or forever be silent.
Obviously there’s no guarantee they’ll listen, but at least you have a possibility to give HK some sensible answers to their questions.
Questions like the ones below:
What features are “mission critical” on a modern handgun design? What are optional?
What would make you trade in or turn your current pistol into a safe queen?
What is your need for modularity in a handgun? What features do you want modular?
What sights would you like to see on a stock weapon? What features draw you to those sights?
What size(s) are recommended for the American civilian market? What magazine capacities to match?
What type of modifications if any do you preform to your handgun?
What price point at retail would make the handgun accessible and desirable for the mass market and not just enthusiasts?
As you can see, the feedback is focused on pistols but …