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    Kimber Pro CDP, Spiinger Ultra Compact V10, Colt Defender, Combat Commander in Lightweight and one in standard frame, a couple of Government models, and several other 45s too
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    Hey Jon

    I am really "Odd Man Out" with the Euro Browning BDA .45
    I shoot it really well & I appreciate the Sky High Quality.
    It just never misses a beat.
    It took me a while to learn how to do fast reloads. And...it gets a little goofy switching back & forth between an American style mag release & one "On The Butt" but, the "mental switch mode" is decently on automatic now.

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    Hey, Sat Cong, nice to see you here. Hope you had a good Veteran's Day. I'm running low on MPC, can you lend me ten thousand Piastres until payday? My .45 carries are a Glock 21 and a Colt Series '70 MKIV.

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    Clarence - it is running like a sewing machine thanks . Once I got to test it out after the new extractor fitted - oh wow - it eats and eats

    Mind you - it is not now too long for my armory, sorta sad to say. A member here who is a lefty and has found his relatively new SIG 228 far from ideal for carry, is wanting to trade.

    I am if practical about it - better off with the SIG - and I still have three 45acp platforms - two of which are very suitable for carry. Of course I want both guns but hey - gotta be sensible and review my needs, but will be sorry to see it go, tho hopefully to an appreciative home.
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    Question Q?

    Quote Originally Posted by USP45
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    Is your H&K the std size or the compact? If standard, how do you carry it? OWB or IWB and in what sort of holster, using what sort of cover garment? Where do you live (climate) and what is your approximate body type? The reason I ask is that the std 12rd capacity USP45 is about to be my next purchase (probably by Christmas) and I'm gathering info from owners. Especially those who carry concealed.
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