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scansp7
03-04-2007, 5:33 PM
What HK's do you have and what do you think of them?

Maddog5150
03-04-2007, 5:47 PM
Fullsize USP45
Best handgun I have ever owned plain and simple. I work it hard (not mistreat it) shooting in tactical matches and at training classes. It feeds any ammo I put through it including the cheap calammo wadcutters. Low recoil, you can carry it cocked and locked like a 1911.

11Z50
03-04-2007, 6:11 PM
HKP7 (PSP). The coolest carry gun ever made.

FTW
03-04-2007, 6:13 PM
I have HK USP Compact 40, actually two. Bought one back in 99', never have any failure, just bought another one about a month ago. Went to the range a week ago, shot about 400 rounds, no problem(I did clean and lube it first). HK got to love them.

mike100
03-04-2007, 6:27 PM
The P7 squeeze cockers are my favorite... maybe because they are a freudian slip and a cool pistol all at the same time.

I also have an elite in 45.

jwj
03-04-2007, 7:05 PM
USP in 9mm. Love it. It does not feel as "noble" as my Beretta 92FS, but it shoots better, is lighter, and at least as reliable.

-- j

Prospector
03-04-2007, 7:13 PM
Love my uspc 9mm, 40 and 357. Also my sk 9mm and I want more. :)

hiyabrad
03-04-2007, 7:14 PM
HK4, 1976, 304th to roll off assembly line, complete set, all 4 calibers, NIB and unfired, flawless

P7M8

USC

USP compact .45

and clones,

PTR91
Bobcat BW5FSA

TannerBoyl
03-04-2007, 8:19 PM
I have a USP fullsize in 9mm and a USP compact in .40S&W. Both are excellent pistols. I've never had any issues with either of them.

I really like HK pistols, but I prefer SIGs.

leelaw
03-04-2007, 8:21 PM
Just the P7M8. USP doesn't work for me..

Ratters
03-04-2007, 8:26 PM
USP.45

Don't like it much at all. Uncomfortable, so so trigger, large and ungainly, and difficult to shoot accurately. Every time I bring it to the range I wonder why I bought it after shooting one of my Kimbers or my Tangfolio Witness, which are absolute pleasures to shoot.

ns3v3n
03-04-2007, 8:58 PM
well i had a usp compact .40 and for what i paid for it, it's not really that good. more crappy than i thought. so glad i got rid of it. especially the first trigger pull on it. it feels like 20 lbs. i'll never get one again.

classical_buff
03-04-2007, 9:02 PM
Had USP Tactical 45 but sold it. (Should have kept it!)
Had a P7M8 and sold it. (dumbest thing I ever did!)
USP 45 Compact /w LEM trigger.
USP Expert 45.

USP 45 Compact would make a good CCW gun. Also, love the trigger of Expert 45.

Ten Rounder
03-04-2007, 9:05 PM
C40 & C45, both Compacts have 6# LEM, F9mm & F 40, now if only I could own an MP5, I might be real happy!!!

phod330
03-04-2007, 9:58 PM
USP .40f and USP Compact Stainless 9mm. HK is definitely one of the best...

pulserifle99
03-04-2007, 10:00 PM
I pick up my new HK USP full size 45 on monday

MysteryCereal
03-04-2007, 10:05 PM
Own an HK USP 45F. Quick question though, I've heard that the slides are interchangeable for the Fullsize, Expert and Tactical. Is that really true? If so, since the Expert is not on the Safe Handgun list and it really doesn't have the "evil" threaded barrel the Tactical has, how much and how hard would it be to pop a replacement slide on my USP frame. Since they don't list replacement part prices on their website, and most of my local gunshops(who might have the prices for replacement parts) are filled with idiots, I come to the people with real answers. You guys :-D

PistolPete75
03-04-2007, 10:25 PM
hk usp .45 fullsize, just love the way it feels when you press the trigger.

Millions-Knives
03-04-2007, 10:34 PM
USP Compact 45, my first gun.
The first .45 ACP I shot was a Glock 21- compared to the USPf 45 I shot and the USPc I own, I enjoyed the H&Ks more. The felt recoil was much lighter IMO.
I also really liked the feel of the P2000 in my hand- I just opted for a 45 instead.
The only thing I'm not too crazy about is the price of the HKs. After taxes and fees, my USPc with Nightsights set me back a hair over a grand :eek: Then again, I'm new to the handgun scene, and I go to Turners.
My only gripe about my HK, atleast the caliber for USPc's in 45 is how hard it is to find mags. Other than that, it's golden.

As far as Glocks go, I've seen a lot of threads of HK vs Glock bashing.
Can't we all just get along? :)
I pick up my brand new G17 on the 13th. :D
If there's one thing I find completely awesome about Glocks, is the number of different accessories and options that are readily available on the market... Did I mention they're rugged? :cool:

Black Majik
03-04-2007, 10:57 PM
I'm a late bloomer to the HK scene, but I'm starting to love them. I daily carry a P2000 V3 9mm, which was my gateway drug into HKs. That gun just didn't shoot like a polymer gun to me, and I shot well with it.

Shortly, a USPf .45 and USPf 9 followed. One thing that really sucks however, is the sights. Those things are just as bad as Glock stock sights. I changed my USP 9 to Heinie straight 8 sights and it made a huge difference. While the triggers aren't great, they aren't horrible either. Their DA trigger is crappily long and stiff, but the SA is decent.

Overall, I'm pretty happy with my HKs, but I don't have much mileage through mine yet. I'm still learning the USP platform, but so far so good.

Kali_M14
03-04-2007, 11:01 PM
I've got a USP in a .40 and love it, looking to get a .45 next since I have several 1911s and an xd45 tactical

rorschach
03-04-2007, 11:11 PM
USP45F and HK4 .380 Love them both.

James R.
03-04-2007, 11:16 PM
Have the USP 40, bought it back in ohh I dunno 1996 or there abouts I guess it was. Has been flawless all these years, surprised to hear some are unhappy with them. I wonder if the newer examples aren't up to the standard of the old. I've looked at some of the current production and they do seem different in subtle ways. Mostly cosmetic I would guess as I've never torn one of the newer ones down.

It was my first semi-auto pistol. I just bought a TLR-1 for it yesterday and the GG&C adapter rail thingie...look forward to trying that out as it's my primary beside pistol.

Regards,

James R.

AfricanHunter
03-05-2007, 2:13 AM
I have a P7M8 and a USP compact 45. I am very happy with them. Yes they are a bit expensive but IMO you get what you pay for.

DV8
03-05-2007, 5:45 AM
I have an expert in 45. It shoots great but I still love my para p-14 more.

scansp7
03-05-2007, 8:58 AM
USP45F and HK4 .380 Love them both.

Can you tell me more about your HK4, I have always been intrested in those but have no idea what they are like.

zefflyn
03-05-2007, 11:23 AM
P7M8 - it's one of my Favorite Guns.

rorschach
03-05-2007, 2:11 PM
Can you tell me more about your HK4, I have always been intrested in those but have no idea what they are like.

http://www.hkpro.com/hk4.htm

I'm not big on pocket pistols, but this is a great little shooter. DA is a little heavy, but smooth, SA is a dream. The sights are adequate at best, but overall its a great little pistol.

Hitman
03-05-2007, 10:39 PM
I guess I am an HK guy. :)
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v397/ar15hitman/HK/IMG_0175.jpg
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v397/ar15hitman/HK/IMG_0185.jpg

5968
03-05-2007, 10:43 PM
I have a full size and compact USP 45 and I love them both. They always go bang and are reliable.

SultanOfSnuff
03-06-2007, 1:51 AM
I've found HK's and Sigs to be the best of the best...out of the box.

USP Expert 45
USP Full 9
HK P7M8
SL-8/SW36 Conv.
USC/UMP 45 Conv.

clones:
SAR-3 o/s
SW 5
SW PDW

randy
03-06-2007, 3:29 AM
USP 40 Compact. Never sees a range bag or light of day one of the least fun shooting guns I own.

RT13
03-06-2007, 8:11 AM
I love my P2000 V3. I also like the USP40 and 45F. All great shooters. Very accurate, reliable and fun to shoot. But the P2000 has better ergos and trigger than the USP line.

ghostrider4evr
03-10-2007, 2:46 PM
+1 on the P2000 V3. It fits my hands well and is very accurate.

1hkfan
03-10-2007, 7:11 PM
I currently own three, USP45, USP45C S/S, USP40C and I just ordered two more, P2000V3 357SIG and P2000SKV3 357SIG.

The only problem I've encountered is weak mag springs in the fullsize 45, I plan to replace the stock springs with Wollf Springs shortly. Other than that, they are the best pistols I've ever shot! Although that P226 X5 I shot today was pretty sweet :D

Magazine prices are high but if your looking for decent prices on 10rd mags try CDNN. I recently purchased several for $10 each.

wolfmann
03-10-2007, 7:49 PM
HK USP compact/night sights .45
Nice pistol, ive had it a few years always goes bang no matter what i shoot in it.
Fairly accurate,only thing i dont like is the trigger REALLY sucks.

Jeffrock
03-10-2007, 8:25 PM
Their DA trigger is crappily long and stiff, but the SA is decent.
Overall, I'm pretty happy with my HKs, but I don't have much mileage through mine yet. I'm still learning the USP platform, but so far so good.
Rich, I noticed something about the DA in a friend's USP: After a while, the DA actually smoothed out rather nicely. I agree that the DA is not the greatest when brand new.:eek:

To answer OP's question: I used to have a USp9f that I sold to Calgunner tannerboyl. I think he posted on the first page... What a soft shooting 9mm...

Today I started DROS on a P7M13. So, hopefully I will be a part of the HK gang again in 10 days. But, this particular transaction has been straight out of the twilight zone, so I am not counting my chickens before they hatch.

Mr.RoDiN
03-11-2007, 1:22 PM
P7M8
USP COMPACT 9 (STAINLESS)
USP FULL SIZE 9
USP EXPERT .45
Im waiting for the HK .45

KTran211
03-11-2007, 3:02 PM
I have the USP9 Compact Stainless Slide. I like it a lot, not much recoil and very accurate.

Rums
03-11-2007, 4:37 PM
First handgun I bought: USP Full 9mm. Its amazingly fun to shoot, accurate, and has never had any kind of malfunction. Love it love it love it, an absolute must have pistol.

emERICa
03-12-2007, 8:51 AM
I think my USP 45acp is almost perfect!

Exiledviking
03-12-2007, 9:15 AM
I daily carry a P2000 V3 9mm, which was my gateway drug into HKs. That gun just didn't shoot like a polymer gun to me, and I shot well with it.

I couldn't agree more. The P2000/.40S&W that I have is a superb gun. Last August I shot a Steel match with it and I broke 4 of my best times with that gun. That sealed the deal!:D

Like RT13 said, the trigger IMO is far better than the USP line.

Rogerbutthead
03-12-2007, 9:28 AM
HK P7M8
HK P7M13
HK USP 40
HK SOCOM 45

Have to say I still prefer my Gold Cup.

rips31
03-12-2007, 12:38 PM
usp elite 45
usp expert 45
p2000 v3 40sw

Ed8756
03-12-2007, 9:46 PM
HK Mk 23. Fine weapon, and accurate.

KracknCorn
03-12-2007, 10:16 PM
My first handgun
USPc .45

http://i19.photobucket.com/albums/b194/AznDenX/IMG_1043.jpg

gunrun45
03-12-2007, 10:47 PM
I have H&K USPf 45 (carried as duty gun)
H&K USPc 40 stainless (carried as backup and off duty gun for 6 years).
The compact had a noticeably heavier trigger pull when new. Several thousands of rounds later it has smoothed out considerably with almost no stacking and a perfect single action trigger re-set.

Now if only somebody would make a duty holster for the USP 45f that accepts the GG&G slimline light adapter....

iamp
03-13-2007, 12:14 AM
have a usp 40 fired approximately 4000 round best gun around.

soopafly
03-13-2007, 8:11 AM
What HK's do you have and what do you think of them?

I have a USP45.
I think it's swell.

PistolCrockett
03-13-2007, 10:03 AM
I have the HK USP Compact 45 LEM & I have the HK 45 Fullsize...I like the feel of both. I'm looking to add the USP 9mm to my collection sometime soon....

FYI: The HK was / being used on "24" by Jack Bauer...that makes me smile

scansp7
03-13-2007, 3:07 PM
I like the USP line alot. I really need to pickup a 9mm though. What do you guys think of the compacts?

45R
03-13-2007, 9:11 PM
I love my USP 45F

http://img519.imageshack.us/img519/2305/usp45fwo2.jpg

sseric75
03-14-2007, 9:49 AM
I Have A Hk Usp 45 Full Size And A Compact. Love Both, The Compact Is My Concealed Carry Pistol. I Have Well Over 4k Rounds Through Both And Never Had A Jam. I've Shot Both Anything From Cheap Reloads To The Expensive Personal Defense Stuff.

Black Majik
03-14-2007, 10:19 AM
I love my USP 45F

http://img519.imageshack.us/img519/2305/usp45fwo2.jpg

Nelson, choose a sight setup yet?

scansp7
03-24-2007, 4:30 PM
Anyword on when we might be able to get the HK45 or the P30 in CA?

mIsT3rRaY
03-24-2007, 11:35 PM
Im planning to join the hk family in about hopefully within a month!
planning on picking up either a p2k9 or usp 9....

still undecided.. :confused:

DeeL2003
01-07-2008, 2:24 PM
I've pretty much decided on getting an HK USP in either .40 or 9mm as my first handgun. But need some help. I live in SoCal in the Corona/Lake Elsinore area and don't know of any local shops(other than Turners in Corona) in my area. Any recommendations for competitively-priced HK dealers with good cust. service in or around my area ? I'm willing to drive 60-80 miles if I have to. Also what's the going price on a NIB 9mm or .40 USP ?

I've also heard of shopping online and having it transferred to a dealer. Is this the better route to take for a first time buyer?

Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks

AfricanHunter
01-07-2008, 2:33 PM
Last time I was there Ade's had a few usp's in 9 and 40. Worth a call.

USN CHIEF
01-07-2008, 2:33 PM
I've pretty much decided on getting an HK USP in either .40 or 9mm as my first handgun. But need some help. I live in SoCal in the Corona/Lake Elsinore area and don't know of any local shops(other than Turners in Corona) in my area. Any recommendations for competitively-priced HK dealers with good cust. service in or around my area ? I'm willing to drive 60-80 miles if I have to. Also what's the going price on a NIB 9mm or .40 USP ?

I've also heard of shopping online and having it transferred to a dealer. Is this the better route to take for a first time buyer?

Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks

I just bought two H&K .40's from the "Private Firearms Sales" forum here on calguns. Best deal ever. Check out the forum, as a matter of fact, I think they have one listed near your neck of the woods.:)

drdanno84
01-07-2008, 3:26 PM
Love the HK's, I enjoy shooting the Full size USP .45, my P7M13 and of course for concealment, the "P7M8" I stake my life on this pistol, it is the most accurate and reliable gun I have ever shot!!

Hkfanatic
01-07-2008, 3:43 PM
love them all, cannot get enough almost devorced because of them :)

H&K91
H&KSP89
H&KSL8
H&KUSC
USP TACTICAL .45
USP TACTICAL .40
P7PSP
PSG-1 clone (as close to factory as it can get)

more will be added as soon as i can sell my soul for more money :)

hk-p2000
01-07-2008, 3:46 PM
hey guys my freinds it's selling his HK USP 40 for 400.00

USN CHIEF
01-07-2008, 4:03 PM
hey guys my freinds it's selling his HK USP 40 for 400.00

Where is your friend at?

Max-the-Silent
01-07-2008, 4:18 PM
I have bunches.

As other posters have noted, the P7 - PSP, M8, M13 etc is the best carry gun anybody has come up with. I just wish they manufactured it in .45

The 9 series rifles are dead-nuts reliable. The 41/91/G3 beats you like no other 7.62 from the bench or the prone though.

The USP is a gem, other than that trigger reset distance (A poster on the HK forum called it "halfway to the ocean...") and I'm happy as can be with the Expert.

psriley
01-07-2008, 4:36 PM
.45 USP full size here, too. It's the egg-saladiest.

virulosity
01-07-2008, 5:01 PM
Had a USP 45F and sold it to get a 45 ELITE. I have shot a P7 and think that I will have to own one now.

fguerra
01-07-2008, 5:09 PM
I have:

USP45 fullsize
P2000 V3 9mm
P7M8
VP70Z
HK512 (shotgun)

Soon to have:
P9S 9mm
P7M10
PSP (maybe)

Plan to have by years end:
SL8
USC
P7M13
USP45 SS Match Clone

Clones:
PTR91

icoburn
01-07-2008, 5:15 PM
I have always been a sig fanatic but like German pistols in general, so I had to buy at least one HK :) Recently purchased a P2000 V3 and love it!

stator
01-07-2008, 5:48 PM
Carry is a 9mm P2000 LE model which is V2 LEM light trigger and no mag disconnect. Fantastic weapon, but on occassion, I prefer my BHP.

MedSpec65
01-07-2008, 6:04 PM
Happy with my HK USP .45c. Hides well in a Milt Sparks Versa Max II IWB. Trigger action takes some practice and accuracy will improve. ALWAYS pops.

joe_sun
01-07-2008, 6:05 PM
P7M8

It's my favorite handgun

jayhuh
01-07-2008, 6:55 PM
HK P2000, 9mm LEM. I like mine, but it really doesn't do anything more than a Glock 19 except cost more and carry less rounds per magazine (LE mags).

DeeL2003
01-07-2008, 8:21 PM
Thanks for the info guys. I think I'll drive over to Ade's and check their inventory out. What's the going price for a .40 or 9mm ?

dee-vee
01-07-2008, 10:06 PM
I have a USPc 9mm. Over 1k rounds with no problems. I carry it daily, 1 pin has started to rust. I like it but I dont shoot it as good as a glock.

N6ATF
01-07-2008, 10:59 PM
USP .45F

surprised I haven't posted in this thread yet.

avidone
01-07-2008, 11:16 PM
I am a big HK fan for sure! I think the P7 is one of the finest handguns ever made.

Outstanding features that many are unaware of:

1. Cold hammer forged polygonal barrel. Highly accurate fixed design.

2. Gas operated system to keep the slide locked forward until the bullet exits the barrel.

3. Super safe, intuitive, and fast squeeze cocking design. Truly safe carry with a round in the chamber.

4. 110 deg. grip angle. Natural for point shooting.

5. Positive ejection design will eject a casing with the extractor missing!

6. Uniform SA trigger pull for all shots.

7. Has very low bore axis because of it's design. This reduces upward muzzle travel.

I like most of the USP line very much as well.

tboyer
01-08-2008, 2:30 PM
I have a HK P7 M8 and I love it.
It and my luger are two of my most accurate center fire semi-auto handguns,
also I have very small hands, being 5’4” that shouldn’t be a surprise, so it’s
nice that it has a small grip :)

hiyabrad
01-08-2008, 2:34 PM
+1 on the P7M8, I love it too.

It does get HOT when shooting which is the one factor I do not like about it. Guess that is why the trigger guard accommodates gloves!

deez
01-08-2008, 2:46 PM
Another +1 for P7M8!

My only HK...

p7m8jg
01-08-2008, 3:24 PM
What HK's do you have and what do you think of them?

H&K P7M8 that I've had since around 1982 - bought it for $384.00. Several of the guys were buying both the M8 and M13 at the time, but, just being married, I could only swing buying "one" with the warden.....

Most accurate gun I've ever shot, no doubt due to the barrel being fixed to the frame. After about 20 years the extractor flew off one day at the range, making it an expensive single shot. got that fixed & its back to business since.

John

cc56
01-08-2008, 3:46 PM
I have a USP45 and 40 in full size. looking to get a used full size 9mm. Also would love to get an expert. My favorite firearms are HK's. I even have a tattoo... just kidding could not play that one off. I really do love HK's though.

Stormfeather
01-08-2008, 4:16 PM
I own quite a few hk's and love them to death.

hk p9s 9mm
hk p7 psp 9mm
hk vp70 9mm
hk p7m8 9mm
hp usp 9mm full size
hk usp 9mm compact
hk usp Elite
hk usp Target
Hk Mk 23 Socom
hk 94 9mm
hk 91 308

vantage
01-08-2008, 7:31 PM
p7m8jg: That's interesting, I always heard that the P7M8's gas system also functions to extract and required the physical extractor only for uniform extraction.

With the extractor broken, yours functions only as a single shot?

donger
01-08-2008, 7:44 PM
p7m8jg: That's interesting, I always heard that the P7M8's gas system also functions to extract and required the physical extractor only for uniform extraction.

With the extractor broken, yours functions only as a single shot?

I believe the fluted chamber aids in the extraction of the empty case.

hk-p2000
01-08-2008, 7:49 PM
who works on HK guns.

need to install a meprolight an mine but turners said they don't doit. does anybody knows where they can be install.

hk-p2000
01-08-2008, 7:50 PM
Where is your friend at?



he lives in SouthGate.

Gnote
01-08-2008, 9:38 PM
Have the USPc in 9mm and the P7M8. Both are good guns. Really like the P7M8 but both do not see much range time. The P7M8 is uber accurate (at least for me). I think HKs are well made.

vantage
01-08-2008, 9:48 PM
hk-p2000: I sent mine into the factory for night sight installation. I remember pretty good pricing, and great customer service from their smith in Virginia.

1911A-1Fan
01-09-2008, 7:16 AM
HK USP Compact in .45. Well made, well designed, well proven. Easy to shoot. Low recoil (for a .45 - much less than a Glock 30).

rorschach
01-09-2008, 4:29 PM
Bain and Davis in San Gabriel changed the sights on my USP.

gunrun45
01-10-2008, 3:09 PM
1- USP45f (blue)
1- USP40c (stainless)
1- USP9f (blue)

still kicking myself in the rear for not buying my buddies M13 from him when he was going through his divorce. He only wanted $600 back in 2001!!

I came pretty close to getting my old department to switching to USP45f's also...you would be surprised how cheap they are at department prices...

hk-p2000
01-10-2008, 3:41 PM
gunrun45 well tell us how cheap does the dept gets the guns.

BLACKWATER
01-10-2008, 7:55 PM
Every Handgun Heckler & Koch builds are designed as Combat Offensive Handguns and no other manufacturer advertises their firearms as such. H&K's are designed for KILLING your enemy. That is it.

elSquid
01-10-2008, 10:27 PM
Every Handgun Heckler & Koch builds are designed as Combat Offensive Handguns and no other manufacturer advertises their firearms as such. H&K's are designed for KILLING your enemy. That is it.

What if I only want to cause moderate stomach discomfort, bloating, and gas in my enemies? Should I use a Glock for that?

-- Michael

N6ATF
01-11-2008, 12:10 AM
A Block of alkaline, perhaps?

aplinker
01-11-2008, 12:31 AM
:rolleyes:

What kind of silliness is this?

Every Handgun Heckler & Koch builds are designed as Combat Offensive Handguns and no other manufacturer advertises their firearms as such. H&K's are designed for KILLING your enemy. That is it.

DLaw
01-11-2008, 8:40 AM
I've got a USP 45 Full size/an Expert in .40/and a P7M8 all are great pistols.
Mags for the P7 can be difficult to get at times and are expensive when you find them. I only buy factory mags or mec-gars absolutely no pro-mags..

gunrun45
01-11-2008, 8:53 AM
Wholesale distributor sales from large companies is the greatest thing going.
USP40f blued with 3 mags (night sights $50 extra)= $425. That's direct sales to department only, officer price was more (last year prices)
As a side note, Glock 22's WITH night sights can be had with 3 mags for $300.
You wonder why departments go with glock so much!
The distributor offered us a $200 credit for the P220's (1990ish vintage) that we carried then and would have traded in. Basically Glock 22's would have cost us about $100 after shipping, etc...

N6ATF
01-12-2008, 12:03 AM
Every Handgun Heckler & Koch builds are designed as Combat Offensive Handguns and no other manufacturer advertises their firearms as such. H&K's are designed for KILLING your enemy. That is it.

Before this gets too buried, I guess I could make the analogy that Glocks are designed for either being held sideways by gangsters or sprayed and prayed by cops.

Black Majik
01-12-2008, 12:12 AM
Every Handgun Heckler & Koch builds are designed as Combat Offensive Handguns and no other manufacturer advertises their firearms as such. H&K's are designed for KILLING your enemy. That is it.

Good job. I don't think I can take any of your future posts seriously anymore. LOL.

huna koa
01-17-2008, 4:30 PM
it's on my CCW permit; also use it for IDPA; very accurate and EXTREMELY RELIABLE; it'll shoot just about any kind of ammo, and I carry it ready to go[one in the chamber; present arm(s) and shoot, no point in using the sights].

Maton
01-20-2008, 12:56 PM
I carry the HK P2000, .40 cal s&w, and shoot the SK model. Great guns, have to get used to getting that nasty slack outta the trigger though on your first shot, after that its short controlled trigger presses are great for follow up shots. Took me a few qualifications to get used to the magazine release(old m9 beretta shooter) but its good to go now!

USN CHIEF
01-20-2008, 12:59 PM
I just adquired two H&K USP .40's. This now made my H&K collection to grow, I now have the USP .45 Tactical, P2000, and the two above. I am now eyebowling to get an H&K USP Compact .45. What a freaking expensive hobby..

MIB
01-20-2008, 11:02 PM
.... What a freaking expensive hobby..

+1...at least I don't live in a sate were this could really get out of hand.

The SoCal Gunner
01-20-2008, 11:43 PM
I only have 2 USPs, both stainless. Wished I could afford the older P series or get my hands on the new HK45. I also have an MP5 airsoft but I didn't even buy that so I guess it doesn't count.

Anyway, here's a pic of a USP that a member on HKpro is trading off. Was a little different so I thought I'd share.

http://i9.photobucket.com/albums/a51/lilxboi/Firearms%20and%20Knives/40uspot7-1.jpg

xfilterx
01-24-2008, 10:02 AM
I have the following:

H&K USPf 9 with AC date code
H&K USC .45 in gray
recently acquired H&K P2A1 flare pistol with five H&K flares

My next few H&K's in this order will be: P2000 SK .40, USP Expert .40, and then maybe an SL8. What a hobby...:D

cmaynes
01-24-2008, 10:33 PM
who works on HK guns.

need to install a meprolight an mine but turners said they don't doit. does anybody knows where they can be install.

I had mine done at Kings Gun Works in Glendale- It was about $30 bucks...


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Saigon1965
01-30-2008, 10:25 PM
P7M8
P7M13 (Sold)
USP45C
USP45Tactical
USC45
SP89
94
911 (Sold)
SR9T (Sold)

All items sold with regrets.