I can read that statement two ways. The first is the (obviously false) assertion that the H&K USP is not available to the general public. The second is reinforcing that it's not some cheap gun prone to just "going off" on its own."It's a top-of-the-line model," Scott said. "They're accurate and highly reliable. This is not something that you would just walk into a gun store and buy. And it's also not something that goes off by itself. ... Someone would have to squeeze the trigger."
So-called expert said that, lol.
It's a USP40 full size. There's nothing fancy about it, and just about every major gun store will have one.