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recoil: HK vs glock?

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by badbadtz560, Feb 6, 2009.

  1. badbadtz560

    badbadtz560 Well-Known Member

    I'm sure this must've been asked somewhere before.. but I can't seem to find a response with first-hand experience

    Has anyone compared say.. a Glock vs HK w/ its recoil system?

    Let's just say p2000/p2ksk/uspc/p30 vs g17/19

    How's the repeat shot when comparing HK recoil system vs low bore axis of glock?

    Now let's say it's for a .40 .. g22/23 vs the same guns in .40

    Now let's say it's for a .45 ... same thing, but add hk45c in the picture...

    any comments on the recoil comparison? I'm assuming they're around the same class size as a general comparison.. w/o gettin down to the nitty gritty dimension comparisons
  2. stevek

    stevek Well-Known Member

    My HK USP 45C seems a tad softer shooting than my Glock 30. But it also has a bigger grip and longer barrel/slide...
  3. HKIWB

    HKIWB Well-Known Member

    I didn't notice a major difference in recoil between my USP .40c and a G23. I don't care for Glock triggers, so any benefit from the lower bore axis is lost on me.

    I compared my high-axis HK45 with the lower-axis M&P 45, a gun that I've heard described as a product-improved Glock. I noticed no difference in speed or accuracy of my double taps, but did notice that the M&P was less accurate during slow fire.

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