A 22 from HK?

A 22 from HK?

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    A 22 from HK?

    I would march right down to a local gunstore and buy it if HK were to make a 22 pistol say about the size and shape of the P2000.


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    That and a slim, polymer framed, single stack dedicated CCW, ala Kahr sized.

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    They used to make some great 22 rifles in LR and mag.
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    They did, in fact, make a couple of .22 pistols; the HK4 was multi caliber--.22, .25, .32 or .380.

    They also, as I recall, had a .22 version of the P7K.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jyo View Post
    I would march right down to a local gunstore and buy it if HK were to make a 22 pistol say about the size and shape of the P2000.
    If H&K created a P30-shaped pistol sized somewhere between a Kahr PM9 and K9, one with the bomb-proof reliability and function H&K is known for, I'd sell a kidney.


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    That and a slim, polymer framed, single stack dedicated CCW, ala Kahr sized.
    Yup. See above. ^
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    I would settle for a .22 conversion kit as long as H&K didn't price it higher than a whole gun.

    As for the P30 shaped single stack near a PM9 i would stand on line and even break my " 1 year before I buy a new release". rule.
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    What I'd like even more is a HK P46. Never made it to production though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ripley16 View Post
    What I'd like even more is a HK P46. Never made it to production though.
    That, and the P7M7...six copies extant, none ever sold.
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    I would be first in line for a 1,000 .22LR, Can't wait! So high speed low drag...
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    A .22 based on the P7 Yes please.

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    Quote Originally Posted by matthew03 View Post
    A .22 based on the P7 Yes please.
    I've never seen one but aparrently there was one, P7K3, though it has a different method of operation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SCfromNY View Post
    I would settle for a .22 conversion kit as long as H&K didn't price it higher than a whole gun.

    As for the P30 shaped single stack near a PM9 i would stand on line and even break my " 1 year before I buy a new release". rule.
    Conversion kits for the USP and P30 would make me very happy!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cuda66 View Post
    That, and the P7M7...six copies extant, none ever sold.
    I'd settle for a couple of minty P7M13's in the stable. But that's just me.

    That P46 looks interesting. A bit like a P30L or MK23, but with the P30's sexier shape to the grip.
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    HK P7K3 with .22lr, .32acp and .380 barrels and mags as a kit. Very valuable today. No recoil gas system, but spring and buffer moderated.

    photo borrowed from photobucket.

    That P46 looks interesting. A bit like a P30L or MK23, but with the P30's sexier shape to the grip.
    That little 4.6x30 round has seen great success, via the MP7, in current hot spots around the globe. HK said the pistol didn't deliver what they'd hoped so it was dropped. "No compromise" has a downside sometimes I guess.
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    Only problem P7K3 had was the buffer would go bad!

    Now once you get a 22 where do you get the ammo at $15 per box?


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