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Discussion in 'Heckler & Koch Forum' started by SixDemonBag, May 1, 2013.
Which feel better? Full or c model? I know. subjective.
Any difference in ease of carry? Thanks.
For carry, IMHO, the HK45C has the advantage.
Plus you can always match the HK45 capacity with extended mags.
Love the looks of the Compact model. Outstanding!
Not to be ignorant, but is the "C" model a single stack?
I love H&K products, my bank account does not........ I have a couple of used models I bought/traded/cajoled for. A good way for a poor country fella to score some expensive German machining that would be out of reach in a cash across the board for a NIB specimen.
The C is for Compact.
Both the Compact and Full Size HK45 guns are considered single stack I guess?
If you really look at it.
It's sort of like 1.5 semi stacked LOL!
The HK45C is 8+1 and the HK45 is 10+1.
The grip is narrow and feels like a single stack.
Found one, v1trigger, luminous sights, $1k shipped
I love my HK45C so much that I purchased it's bigger brother the HK45 Tactical.
You're going to love it for sure.
I've got fourteen handguns right now.
And the HK45C is my favorite.
Picked it up today...........very nice!
Congrats, you are going to like that pistol.
Is this an "insider" price, or can you send me the contact info so I can try to get one?
I do believe I am going to REALLY like this one.......
Not sure which I like best........
I own both and they are great weapons.
And which is better is all about personal preference.
For me it's the HK45C - no contest.
Now if I throw my new USP45 Tactical in the mix?
Then things get murky...
The last two gunstores I have been too have had them in stock, both tactical and standard models. I just took it to the range for the first time today. LOVE it.