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HK USPc 45

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by Bo, Dec 29, 2007.

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  1. Bo

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    I often carry a HK USPc 45, 1 in the chamber, hammer down, safety off. If I dropped it, is there a chance of a AD?
     
  2. FranklyTodd

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    I suspect you are not carrying "hammer down" (as it would be after a dry fire) but rather hammer decocked, right? (only reasonable way of getting one in the chamber - doesn't go all the way down) If that's the case, you are as safe as a Glock - DA first shot, won't go off with a drop.
     
  3. HorseSoldier

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    +1 -- pistol decocked should not present a drop AD risk unless there is something mechanically wrong with the pistol.
     
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    I carry the same gun also with hammer decocked and safety off. No need to worry about discharge if dropped.
     
  5. Seminole

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    That's the same way I carry my USPc .40. No worries about it going off unintentionally if it is decocked.
     
  6. 10-Ring

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    No chance -- carry your HK in full confidence that it will not go bang until you want it to
     
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