This is a discussion on H&K USPc .45 for EDC? within the Defensive Carry Guns forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Its a great weapon and very reliable...
Its a great weapon and very reliable
XD .45, Glock 23, Mossberg 590A, M&P 15 Rossi 641, RIA 1911
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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.
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.
Glock 26 4gen, H&K USPc, S&W 642, Wilson Combat 1911 CQB
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.
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.
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.