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H&K Club??

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by loneguitar, Aug 21, 2007.

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  1. loneguitar

    loneguitar Member

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    Just curious if there was one.
     
  2. CWL

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  3. loneguitar

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    I know there is a SIG club and some others on THR, just wondering if there was an H&K one.
     
  4. 10-Ring

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    There was a time where "clubs" were all the rage here on THR...I for one am not a fan. There are enough site on the web for specialty clubs, here it's all about firearms in general & the peeps that enjoy them ;)
    There was someone who tried to start a HK club, but that (thankfully) faded away
     
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    I was gonna mntion HK Pro, but ya beat me to it :)
     
  7. CPshooter

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    I just wanna see some HK pics:)
     
  8. gudel

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    There is an HK club. Members are uber tactical, so you can't really see them :D
     
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    The USP 45 and the P2000 fit my hand REALLY well. I like the control lever on the USP (I use it as a decocker). They're costly, but I love HK's ideas. Their customer service, though, I've heard is rubbish.

    Though, I'd be willing to sell a kidney for a P7. Not one of my own, but I'd be willing to sell a kidney for one.
     
  11. usp9

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    I've got another P7, but it looks like this one. Here's my small but well loved group.
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    Anyone tried the p30? I'm thinking about buying several. I love the p2000, and the p30 seems to fix any complaints (not that any really exist) about the p2000. It seems to be the "perfect" handgun.
     
  14. el Godfather

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    Bump.....

    Just wanted to start a thread with HK club. Found this and suggest we put up our HK pictures.
     
  15. usp9

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    I added a USP in 9mm to my collection seen above. Truly a nice shooting pistol. Very easy to fire all day.

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  16. HKGuns

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    Well here you go.

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  17. HKGuns

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    Part 2:


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    Placeholder for MR762 I have on order.......
     
  18. Girodin

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    HK USP, Horrible double action trigger, big and clunky, but built like a tank and highly reliable.

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  19. tommy.duncan

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    WOW!! Thems is some purdy H&K's!!
     
  20. jjones45

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    hk's in my opinion are accurate, reliable, and a tad bit overpriced but they are worth it (I know it doesn't make since but it sort of does). I love my usp 45c and will have a hk45 one day. not to mention hk's are really good looking guns as well


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  21. el Godfather

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    I want to buy more after looking at hk45. Also I want 4 and 9s in my collection.
     
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    What is that first one in "part 2"?
    flare gun?
     
  23. HKGuns

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    Yes, P2A1 26.5mm flare pistol.
     
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    HK45,


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    I have a P30 with the long slide and the V1, light LEM, trigger. I have only had it for a few months and I am more accurate with this pistol than any other pistol I have owned over the years. It is simple to operate, very accurate, reliable, durable, easy to field strip, easy to clean, has interchangeable side panels and back strap, and exudes quality. I have owned almost all of the various HK models over the years and to date, my personal favorites right now are the P30L and the HK45C with the light LEM trigger. I wish I had pics capabilities right so I have to used words instead.
     
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