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Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by lurkersince03, Mar 17, 2007.

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  1. lurkersince03

    lurkersince03 Member

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    Or maybe more like The HK Clique of Very Important People.

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    Just being facetious.
     
  2. Black Majik

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    I'm in. My last three purchases have all been HKs. I'm a late bloomer but I'm in :)
     
  3. fogdor

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    You have a glass of red wine, a german handgun, and a nice cigar sitting on.... a tv tray?

    :) trailer sheik?
     
  4. gudel

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    i only trust hk for defensive purposes. everything else is just too risky :)

    damn dude, that's funny :D
     
  5. whatbrick

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    Don't tell the fella's from the Glock club that I'm here but here's a sub-standard pic of the HK brothers:

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    And here's an image I did for no good reason:

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  6. lurkersince03

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    I didn't want to clean off the dinner or coffee table (of which are cluttered with crap). :)
     
  7. Slvr Surfr

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    Ill toss in a couple........

    My Tac .45 and Pam 202/A
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  8. lurkersince03

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    whatbrick,

    How does that SOCOM shoot for you? I've never even touched one, really. Could never warm up to it (mostly due to its size and features versus the USPf .45).

    Slvr Surfr,
    I love that red HK logo etching-paint. Did you do it yourself, or have it done for you?
     
  9. Snaps

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    That red does look sweet, especially since i have the same gun i'm interested now.

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  10. BlkHawk73

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    I can play:


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    Nothing lke fine German design.
     
  11. Dobe

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    I have a couple of P7M8's, good handguns. I have yet to decide just how much I like them. They are well made, and relaible, but there is something about the feel and handling quality of which I am not quiet sure.
     
  12. Shipwreck

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    Nice HKs...


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  13. whatbrick

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    It's more accurate than a standard USP, mostly because of the longer sight-radius. The SA trigger pull is crisper than a USP, though the DA pull is like dragging a stick through thick mud....I'm not joking that thing is heavy! I prefer the separate safety and decocker (you can control the rate-of-fall when decocking) over the USPs combined controls because the Mark-23 controls are more low-profile. The size isn't that much bigger than a USPf, it's just the larger trigger-guard and longer slide/barrel make it seem bigger than it is. As you can expect, it's fed everything I've put through it without any problems, and I've never had a failure of any kind (just like my USPf).
     
  14. Slvr Surfr

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    quote

    "Slvr Surfr,
    I love that red HK logo etching-paint. Did you do it yourself, or have it done for you?"

    Yes I did it myself with a little car model enamel paint. Its pretty easy to do, and it lasts much longer than the crayon stuff! :)
     
  15. Newton

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    I know I'm being a Gloom Cookie here but......I don't think it's very "Highroad" to show photos of a cocked firearm with an alcoholic drink.

    Sends the wrong message about being responsible.
     
  16. lurkersince03

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  17. SoCalShooter

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    That's for me to know and not you!
    I agree we are the *MOST* important people.

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  18. damyankee

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    I only have one measly .40f SS. Am I allowed? :neener:

    p.s. Hey Silvr, my dad has a bunch of panerais (spelling?) gotta tell him other shooters like them.
     
  19. gudel

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    yes, the rich conservatives with ultra reliable tactical guns only club :D
    the rest of these guys are just little fish.

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  20. Gixerman1000

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    Great looking HK’s guys

    BlkHawk73 = that HK-4 & conversion set is awesome!!

    Here are mine, I also have a MK-23 and a P7PSP on the way.

    P9S --- 9mm
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    P9S --- 45acp
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    USP9 --- 9mm
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    USP40 Stainless --- 40sw
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    HK USC --- 45acp
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  21. Seminole

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    Count me in! My regular carry gun is a USPc .40.
     
  22. possum

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    nice looking weapons, and some fine photography as well. i am definetly feeling the usp 9mm. i might have to get one, ever since the range trip before last they are sweet.
     
  23. Slvr Surfr

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    Hey damyankee,

    Ive got 2 Panerais currently. They are awesome watches. I really love the history behind them!
     
  24. BlkHawk73

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    Thanx! Found it almost my accident. Saw the gun listed on a shop's site. Called about it and they said "no box, one conversion". Price was like $540. had them hold it for me. When I got there the clerk pulls out the pistol and the full conversion set in the box. I knew I'd get it but didn't want to appear over anxious. While he punched it into the computer, he called to someone on the phone. A minute later the box, papers, etc for the pistol arrive. Complete set w/ matching #'s and all paperwork for $540! :what:
     
  25. 10-Ring

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    I just love looking at HKs...good stuff one & all ;)
     
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