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Discussion in 'Heckler & Koch Forum' started by hk_shootr, Nov 1, 2010.
Ive never held a HK but i was wondering what is a better/easier gun for ccw? The hk usp compact or the hk p2000 or something else? Also how is the recoil on them
I thought i was done buying hand guns, guess what i was wrong.
I am drueling over these guns......
Thanks to this thread i am going with HK instead of a Sig
Recoil? What recoil?
HK USP Compact 9mm & TLR-3
Just purchased this new stainless USP 45c today.
HK USPc 40 OD - Changed out to the spurred hammer this week.
USP Compacts in .45, .40, and 9mm.
I found the recoil harsh on an eighteen hundred dollar les bear but pleasantly light on a 45C or tactical.
Limbsaver makes one now with no finger grooves or palm swells. I like it so far, but it does add about 3mm or so to the backstrap. I think I got it from Brownells
Just my "3" cents....-
"EXC- LIKE NEW" graded P7
^^^ That's a sweet looking P7.
My run of the mill USP 9mm w/Hogue grip.
Going to add match trigger and V3 detent plate.
Run of the mill?!
Those 9mm USPs are sAWEEt shooters!
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My new USP .45 like i used to have and missed. I agree a very nice P7^^^^^