H&K USPc .45 for EDC?

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    Its a great weapon and very reliable
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    Quote Originally Posted by cagueits View Post
    Try the HK45C - it is way better than the USPC45
    Why is this?

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    I had both and justs old my HK45c and kept the USPc45.

    I prefer the grip of the USPc, and I like the decal rubber grips you can buy for the USPc45.

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    The uspc is a good carry gun. I carry it in 9mm, very comfortable in a Milt sparks VMII or OWB in a K&D eagle defender. Very reliable. As long as you have a good holster and belt it carrys well.
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    Well, I went and shot the USPc today for the first time. While I know it is a quality piece, I did not like how it felt in my hand. The shop had a 2000sk in .40 that felt much better - unfortunately, they did not have a rental so I could not shoot it. I shot my co-workers Sig 220, which I liked, but I think it is too big for me too carry.

    Too many decisions. Now I think I am down to considering the 2000sk and the Kimber Ultra Carry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by knoxlaw View Post
    Why is this?
    Pretty much the HK45C is a 45 cal pistol that feels/has many features found on the P2000SK you handled the other day - I think it only takes HK45 mags (10rds) instead of HK45 & USP mags though.
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    The HK45C is an almost an inch longer and an inch taller than the SK. I am really interested in a small frame, but reliable pistol.

    Thanks

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    If you liked the Sig 220, try the 239. It's roughly the same size as the P2000 and easy to carry. Just another option for ya.

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