My Dedicated, Carry all the time Pistol

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    My Dedicated, Carry all the time Pistol

    For those who know me, this is going to sound odd; I bought a plastic pistol.

    This one, however fits my hand - as opposed to the almost-get-a-grip-large-magazine-well pistols so common these days. And, it comes in a serious caliber; in this case, .40 S&W.

    The pistol in question is the Heckler & Koch UPS40 c(ompact).

    Among the things about it I like, it hides well under a jacket, it is double action if desired and can be operated with a cocked and locked over-ride. Good sights, adequate trigger and smooth enough not to catch on much.

    Oh. My accuracy criteria for a concealed sidearm is head shots at 25 yards. This will do it.

    I have a write up with more detail on my blog, listed in my signature.

    Forgive me, I thought I had a picture of it. I don't.
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    Sounds like a keeper!
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    Glad you found something that works for you.
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    Congrats.

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    You mean USP40 compact. Congrats. I used to have a USP9 compact. It kept stove piping on me so I got rid of it. I hope you have better luck.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Archie View Post
    For those who know me, this is going to sound odd; I bought a plastic pistol.
    Welcome to the 21st Century......and its not plastic, but high impact polymer. Big difference.
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    Congratulations!! I think I'll keep my everyday concealed carry S&W Model 457 .45 acp compact. (2.2lbs loaded) I prefer not to trust anything that does'nt have a 45 in its name.

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    I have a non-serious caliber. My ccw and I share yuks all the time.

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    Congrats on the hk they are good to go . I like the usp better than my p30 I had a usp and I want it back.

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