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Picked up a USP 45 from CDNN

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by medic_guns, Mar 29, 2012.

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  1. medic_guns

    medic_guns Member

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    It seems decent. I can't wait to shoot it. My p7m8 was a tack driver. This is one of their police trade guns. Came with one mag, the box, the manual. $562 delivered. Not bad.
     

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  2. Manson

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    Congrats. Very nice.
     
  3. sargents1

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    Nice purchase. Could one of the guns traded in by the Maine State police so they could upgrade to the HK45.

    The state police justified buying the 1000$ HK45 by stating that their USP45s were "worn out" because the night sights had failed. So instead of spending 100$ per gun to replace the sights, they decided to spend 1000$ on new guns.

    But that is a different story.

    You got a great deal on an excellent gun.

    Cheers,
     
  4. Gtscotty

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    I just picked up one of CDNN's USP .40 police trade-ins a couple weeks ago. While my pistol shows a little more holster wear than yours, I still feel like I got a great deal for ~$475. I've never been much of a .40 s&w fan, but the HK really tames the "Snap", its honestly a joy to shoot. In fact, I liked shooting it so much, I just picked up another .40 (a Sig sp2022 from CDNN as well), hopefully the Sig will live up to the standard my USP has set.

    Congrats on your purchase, I think you'll really like it.
     
  5. medic_guns

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    Yes, night sights are dim. The date code is KI, 1998. I love the grip on it.
     
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    Hey, that's in great shape. I think yours has the older, sharper checkering. Nice buy.
     
  7. sgtstryker

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    That is a nice pistol..
     
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