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Hk usc?

Discussion in 'Heckler & Koch Forum' started by american lockpicker, Apr 6, 2010.

  1. american lockpicker

    american lockpicker License to Il

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    Does anyone have one and what do you think of it? I want one but I don't like that its .45.
     
  2. sns3guppy

    sns3guppy

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    I have a couple of them. One of the attractive aspects for me was the chambering. Practically nil recoil, very easy to shoot accurately, and the USC can be converted with UMP parts to be a handy carbine. It's fine with the 16" bbl, but it can be SBR'd and suppressed, and is a lot of fun. If you're going to buy one stock and keep it that way, they're a lot of money unless it's something you're specifically after. If you want a handy, very light .45 carbine, then it's great.
     

  3. majette

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    there are 9mm ump parts kits available from time to time but they are expensive plus the cost to make them into a complete ump clone. better to get a mp5 9mm/.40 clone unless you are completely set on a usc/ump.