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H&K people out there?

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    HK USP 40c duty weapon, HK P7 range/competition pistol and another P7 for private, backup carry.

    It's hard to put a finger on the subjective perception of HK quality, but they feel robust, bank-vault solid, and especially with the P7, like it has a very precise yet sturdy clockwork that operates with the inevitability of democrats raising taxes.

    If you pick one up, operate it, and feel that, you'll become an HK aficionado.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blownsvt View Post
    Yeah Hk's are expensive but if you shop around you cand find them for a good price.
    yep. For some reason HK's (USP 45, or USPc anyway) always had some sort of attraction for me. I was able to get my USPc LEM mod w/ night sights through a special program for professional pilots from HK for $545 with case, lock, two mags. If I didn't have that option, knowing what I know now - I'd still probably pay the extra price tag over a springfield or glock. Now other than a 1911 (a certainty) my future may have a springfield XD or Glock - not sure about another HK or not - but I'm certainly happy to have the one I do and have no plans of giving it up.

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    I got a USP .45 and a MK 23. I love them both, they'll both fire anything you can feed it and are rugged as all hell. They're a bit bulky, and I've got limited experience with the smaller models so I'm not sure how great H&K is as far as concealability.

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    I carry a HK 45C in a Galco Summer Comfort IWB holster. Very reliable weapon. It is toted 8+1, with the safety off & hammer down.

    I'm contemplating what my next HK will be. Like the .45C so much, that I was debating if I wanted to purchase another Compact, but this one would not have the safety on it…only a decocker.

    As far as price…you get what you pay for!

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    At the range, again, today the P2000SK performed with flawless accuracy. Another 120rds through the pipe, without a single issue. No matter what ammo I send through it, the gun just works. Exactly what should happen, with a potential carry gun.

    Give me another 350-400rds, and this one will be ready for full-time carry.

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    I have two HK's. Both 40 cal. One is a USP compact, which I carry all the time. The other is the USP full size, which is my bedside gun.

    I have K&D IWB holsters for them that work great.

    I chose the HK USP because I wanted a .40 cal and the USP was designed for that cartridge. I didn't want a 9mm that was juiced up to take a .40

    There are a lot of fine choices out there, but I don't think you'd ever regret investing in a HK.
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    I'd like to get a 9mm HK, just haven't been able to handle one locally. I like to fiddle with them before I buy. The only thing that I can see being a little outrageous is the price of their mags. But the gun isn't really that much more expensive than other service pistols.
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    I found them at a Cabela's. There is also a dealer search on the HK website so you can pick your next destination vacation spot.

    Thanks for all that trigger information up a few posts.

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    To address the recoil issue that a poster mentioned. The P2000 has a plastic ring on the guide rod which is supposed to help recoil. The P2000sk has a two stage recoil spring that makes it VERY easy to shoot even in my .40. I imagine a 9mm would be a joy.

    The 2 stage spring is the same design as the "Recoil Master" that STI uses as an add on for their guns. . . $85-$150 extra.
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    Here's my baby. Its variant 1. I love this pistol. I've had only a few hundred rounds through it, but I'm starting to reload, so I'm going to get a lot more trigger time.

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    H&K 45C that is in my avatar. It is variant 1. Love it. I do want to get night sights and flat magazine baseplates for it, though.

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    This is where I go for a lot of my HK stuff Home Page

    He is a real great guy and sells most of his stuff at dealer prices. The site could use some work but check out the prices. He also sells firearms and other gear.....

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    Carried USP .45c for years. No harder to conceal than any other. Have carried a Glock 27 and/or 23 last few years but the H&K is VERY accurate, eats any brand of ammo and has never had an FTF/FTE in1,800 rounds fired. You get what you pay for with H&K IMHO.
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    Have USP 40. Love the thing since the day I picked it up. I've put over 1500 rounds through it, and it's my favorite pistol. Wear it with a CBST and not one single issue with it, it spits outs rounds like a hockey player spits out teeth. It's slightly big for me to conceal well, and they're a little heavy. I'm not complaining though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hk45c View Post
    This is where I go for a lot of my HK stuff Home Page
    Thanks for that link. Ouch, I see that mag price so I see what you guys mean.

    And, I could pre-order my HK MR566 in one-stop-shopping!

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