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Old 11-23-2012, 22:04   #21
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Thats true. Forgot about that.
It's my opinion, that if I had a choice of weapons, at around a thousand dollars, or more. I would choose an HK product.

Now, I were given the task of protecting a family, or business, or having to protect a VIP.

In which case, I know I could choose any weapon system. And given all the different High End 1911's from which to buy.

I would take the HK45, hands down.
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Old 11-24-2012, 09:29   #22
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I put another two hundred rounds through it yesterday. No issues except I've learned that I can't ride the safety with my thumb like I do on 1911's.

Somehow, my thumb contacts the slide release on prevents the slide from locking back on the last round.
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Old 11-25-2012, 08:01   #23
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And for the record, you are SUPPOSED to use your trigger finger on the mag release. It makes for a blazingly fast reload and your finger is iff the trigger. What more do ya want?

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Old 11-25-2012, 08:06   #24
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And for the record, you are SUPPOSED to use your trigger finger on the mag release. It makes for a blazingly fast reload and your finger is iff the trigger. What more do ya want?

Dan
I agree. I got used to the "new" mag release very quickly. I already find it "odd" when I'm shooting a 1911 and I have to change my grip to drop a mag.
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Old 11-25-2012, 08:08   #25
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My only issue was "personal": Since I'm used to 1911 triggers and to some extent, Glock triggers, it took some getting used to "resetting" the HK trigger.
I have a HK45C DA/SA myself.
Had the gun converted to Light LEM.
Now she has a gunsmith measured 3.9 lbs break and shoots sweet.
It's a nice option for guys with Glock trigger experience - IMHO.
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Old 11-25-2012, 10:26   #26
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I have a HK45C DA/SA myself.
Had the gun converted to Light LEM.
Now she has a gunsmith measured 3.9 lbs break and shoots sweet.
It's a nice option for guys with Glock trigger experience - IMHO.
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good shooting. I've heard great things about the LEM trigger. I'm carrying in condition 1 though....since I have more experience with the 1911.
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Old 11-25-2012, 12:27   #27
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It's my opinion, that if I had a choice of weapons, at around a thousand dollars, or more. I would choose an HK product.

Now, I were given the task of protecting a family, or business, or having to protect a VIP.

In which case, I know I could choose any weapon system. And given all the different High End 1911's from which to buy.

I would take the HK45, hands down.
I had the HK45 a few years back and it was the best overall 45 caliber pistol ive ever owned. And ive had a TRP, Sig P220, Ed Brown & Kimber.
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