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Why Settle?

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by HKGuns, Jun 10, 2013.

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  1. HKGuns

    HKGuns Member

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    Just picked up this little baby from a fellow forum member. Outstanding condition and an excellent addition to my HK family. Can't wait to get it to the range.

    HK USP 9 SD
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  2. osteodoc08

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    Why settle?

    I didn't. That's why I got my Sig:neener:

    Nice looking H&K. A good one to add to the stable.
     
  3. jhb

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    Nice.

    I got to shoot one, pretty sure it was a usp??, in .45 awhile back. One of the wifes many cousins is an hk fellow and always has one with him. Really nice shooter, but way over my budget right now. Maybe one day.

    Thanks for sharing yours.
     
  4. Coop45

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    Congratulations! May I borrow it until my brother's back gets better?
     
  5. NWCP

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    HK pistols are all I've carried for years now with the exception of a Kahr PM9 in really hot weather. My carry piece is a HK45C. They just make a rugged, accurate, dependable weapon. My only problem with HK is that one is never enough. I'll probably pick up a P30L this year. A couple of my favorites are the P7PSP and P7M8. I also enjoy shooting the USP 45 Tactical. Enjoy your "new" friend.
     
  6. swampcrawler

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    Man I'd love to have more than just my one lonely HK45. But I love that pistol. It's actually my only pistol, bought it my first summer out of highschool (2, 3 years ago maybe?) and sense then it's been everywhere with me. Never a hiccup, accurate, fits my hand amazingly. I'd like to add an hk45c and maybe a p30 some day.
     
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    I just knew I would see a DW Valor, Les Baer, or Ed Brown.
    Oh well, enjoy the HK
     
  8. BigG

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    I don't settle. I got USA made pistols.
     
  9. ColtPythonElite

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    With that title, I figured we were gonna see a Colt 1911.
     
  10. hentown

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    Don't settle on your flash attachment! ;)
     
  11. CharlieDeltaJuliet

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    Love it, great looking USP..... No Compromise..... Hk... Trust me I am with you on the love for HK's (nobody get your panties in a wad I am not knocking other manufacturers). I have been truly impressed with the HK's I have owned and shot.
     
  12. HKGuns

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    I "GOT" US made pistols as well.....

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    However, variety is the spice of life and closed mindedness will spell your doom.
     
  13. HKGuns

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    Fix your browser to read color managed image tags!
     
  14. ugaarguy

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    I think he's referring to you putting something other than a thread protector on your muzzle. ;)
     
  15. HKGuns

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    Ha! completely mis-interpreted that one.....I thought he was referring to the flash on my camera. I processed those pictures a bit on the dark side intentionally and on browsers that aren't set up correctly it can look too dark.
     
  16. AfghanVetOrcutt

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    Sweet looking USP. I'm currently debating on a 9mm USP to go with my .40 USP or a 9mm P30. The HK bug is lethal but glorious!
     
  17. Girodin

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    I wouldn't hesitate for even one second in choosing the p30 over the usp. The more difficult choice would be between the p30 and the p2000 series. The USPs are settling within the hk lineup, at least for me anyways.
     
  18. KYamateur

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    I had a H&K p30 V1, traded it for a v2, and just now sold it on gunbroker. I never could warm up to the LEM trigger. In defense of H&K it went bang everytime the trigger was pulled. If you shoot multiple pistols I would reccomend getting the DA/SA version.
     
  19. Tomcat47

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    Hey, Nice USP ..... Enjoy the new family member... :)

    I am not much on desiring a HK Pistol, but I do like them alot! .... However the pic below haunts me in my dreams every night.....:D

    That is what (my dreams) are made of...

    May be overkill and crazy money, but I fell in love with them years ago.. Friend had MSG 90 (my original first desire - but now they are almost impossible to get) and one of the PSG-1's below and I have never let that dream die.

    Maybe one day .... :)
     

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