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Future of the USP

Discussion in 'Heckler & Koch Forum' started by CA_DUDE, Oct 7, 2010.

  1. thunderstrike

    thunderstrike

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    Here's a link on used USP 40 for you to compare with...

    http://www.summitgunbroker.com/USP_40.html
     
  2. Furyataurus

    Furyataurus

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    Jul 30, 2008
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    USP's have been around since 1994........don't see them going away for awhile.

    I prefer the "beefy" slide stop lever/release of the USP/C over the newer HK designs.:cool:
     


  3. skar

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    I had a glock 17 then xd .40 then went to a m&P .40
    Sold the M&P for mag drop problem. And wanted a safer gun for the
    wife and I at bedside. And carry if needed. I new H&H and sigs are the best
    So I told my dealer I wanted a double / single action (I think that's what you call them)1st pull long and hard. With a safety. He showed me the UPS compact and a Beretta storm compact. I did not like the feel of the storm. So I got the UPS . Now looks like I should have looked at other H&Hs ?? But looks like the UPS is the only one with a safety.
     
  4. thunderstrike

    thunderstrike

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    You would've liked HK P30S. Very ergonomic, but USP or USP Compact are just as good.

    You got a great pistol; congratulations.
     
  5. skar

    skar

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    I stopped by the rang today they had a p30 it felt real nice .
    No safety but did have a decocker.
     
  6. LSP972

    LSP972

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    May 25, 2000
    Zachary, LA
    Yours, and everybody else who has more than a passing experience with both types.;)

    When I shoot one of the wife's P2000s, I have to remember that or I'll double-clutch the sucker every time.

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