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H&K USP 45 - Anyone make a .22 LR Conversion Kit?

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by Anthony, Oct 27, 2009.

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  1. Anthony

    Anthony Member

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    Hello Everyone,

    Does anyone make a .22 LR conversion kit for the Heckler & Koch USP 45?

    Thanks for the help.
     
  2. zhyla

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    Other than older pistols like the P7 I don't think there are any .22 conversions for H&K pistols. Too bad, I'd probably pay good money for a USP9->22 conversion.
     
  3. Hk Dan

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    Nope. Ciener was talking about doing one a few years back, but nothing materialized. (Kind of ike their customer service Dept).
     
  4. WoofersInc

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    Most companies probably won't make one. If I owned a company that built conversions I know that I wouldn't. Would not want to get sued by HK. HK doesn't want anything out there for their guns that they don't make.
    Especially now that they sued GSG and most of the airsoft companies.
     
  5. mljdeckard

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    I thought people who buy H&Ks weren't that concerned with economics.
     
  6. zhyla

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    Or maybe we only have enough money left for .22 ammo ;).
     
  7. Mags

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    I doubt consumers will be seeing much non-HK aftermarket parts since the ATI/GSG lawsuit. Why any civilian would purchase a HK with their "you suck and we hate you" attitude simply baffles me. It's almost as bad as giving your money to the Brady Campaign.
     
  8. 9mmepiphany

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    the question will always be, "How much money is good money?"
     
  9. 10-Ring

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    ahh -- the age old question -- I first started wondering about a 22lr conv kit back in the early 80's and the answer remains the same -- a resounding..."NO!" So, I ended up w/ a HK4 and shoot that as my HK 22lr :cool:
     
  10. zhyla

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    That's a really crappy thing to say. I have not regretted the purchase, I don't see the need to start another HK bashing thread.
     
  11. Mags

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    Zhyla, I know HK makes a quality product for the money, I just do not agree with its corporate practices and I stand by my statement in post #7 as that is my opinion. So I will say it like this HK makes a great product and even has good customer service but they are an Anti-Gun gun company in my opinion.
     
  12. Ieyasu

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    Interesting. I didn't know this... idiots...err, that seems shortsighted to me. If it hadn't been for an Airsoft version of an HK USP 45, I wouldn't own one now.

    Several years ago, I was complaining to one of my kids about my Glock 21 not fitting my hand very well. The kid handed me his Airsoft USP 45 and I loved the way it fit in my hand, so I bought one and am very happy with it.
     
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