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looking at an hk usp .45

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by Madjohn, Jun 12, 2012.

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  1. Madjohn

    Madjohn Member

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    i have been eyeing one of these pistols and have heard nothing negative aside from how aggressive the grip is. i was considering the hk45 but to be honest while accurate for me i don't find it aesthetically pleasing, also the price is a turn off. does anyone have any photos they could share of targets that would be appreciated.
     
  2. Fishbed77

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    While I don't have any photos of targets to show you, I don't they would really tell that much anyway.

    The USP is a wonderfully reliable and well-made pistol that is certainly very mechanically accurate. It does have a reputation for not having the nicest DA/SA trigger feel out there (Walther pretty much has that wrapped up with their P99), so any targets you see will be more a function of the shooter's ability and experience with the USP than the gun's inherent accuracy.
     
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    I have owned a few HKs both fullsize and compact. I still like them but at the price point I feel the M&Ps made by S&W are impossible to beat. Throw in an Apex sear and striker block and you really have something special.
     
  4. Madjohn

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    I have always admired the look and having 2 glocks already the 21 (which I shoot well with) can wait. My biggest factor for buying one is the incredible durability and ruggedness not to mention I've never owned an HK and like I said have heard nothing but good things about them. I have some experience with the full size and have had better hands on time with the compact .40.
     
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