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Took a mill to an Hk USP... Custom 45

Discussion in 'Heckler & Koch Forum' started by asrspyder, Sep 19, 2012.


  1. asrspyder

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    So last time I showed pictures of my stuff, it was work done on some G30's. This time, it's my Hk USP. I'm just going to have fun with this gun. I'm going to end up doing absolutely everything I can to this gun, slide lightening (maybe more), matching the spring rate to the slide weight, I fit an aluminum weight to it that a friend made me, I'm putting a Delta Point on it recessed into the slide with the sights moved forward in front of it, Cerakoting the slide and weight Burnt Bronze, coating the Jarvis barrel with TiN along with a couple mags.... I might, might even flute the barrel. This is just an "all or nothing" gun for me. Anyway, here is what it looks like right now. I know you can't see it in the pictures, but the serrations in the slide match the angles of the serrations in the weight. The size of the serrations are different and so is the spacing, but I wanted it to also look good if I didn't have the weight on. For those of you that like the Match, but also hate the extra weight, that the weight has... the aluminum is awesome!

    This is what it looked like with the weight's final fit...
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    I had to make an insert that fit like a glove inside the slide so I didn't crush anything in the vise.
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    Machining the serrations in the slide.
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    What it looks like without the weight.
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    With the weight, but no barrel (still have to get it).
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    So, that's it so far. Still a long way to go. [​IMG]
     

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  2. Javelin

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    Wow very nice work my friend.
     

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    Very nice. Of course the purists will have a fit, but I like it. I'd love to have the tools and the time to get creative. Please keep us updated. Good job!


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  4. Raven1967

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    Thats some very good work you did,looks nice!
     
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    Very nice :)
     
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    Nice work.
     
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    Very nice!
     
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    That looks great!

    Let me know when you want me to send you mine! :whistling:
     
  9. asrspyder

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    Whenever you want to, let me know. :supergrin:
     
  10. asrspyder

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    So I decided to move forward on my stainless first before the black one. The stainless is staying silver of course, and I don't know if I'm gona put a compensator on it like the black one. I did for the pictures, just for picture's sake. The black one is going to get stripped of its bluing and get Cerakoted as soon as I cut into it for its sight. Then I have to decide if I'm dipping it in hydrographics... There is still black marker on the top of the slide where I marked my stopping point, and I still have to put the rear sight back on.
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