GUN Who here has a HK USP?

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  1. Gouda

    Gouda New Member

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    How do you like it? Would you reccomend it? Im looking more at the .45.
     
  2. Platinum_Thunder

    Platinum_Thunder Reliability for life and liberty

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    They really aren't that bad. IMO over priced but I would take one over a Sig or Glock anyday. One thing I have noticed is the trigger is kinda bouncy. :dunno:
     
  3. GunShow

    GunShow You had best unfuck yourself

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    I had a USP .40 and found that it shot well and was extremely reliable, but I ended up selling the gun because I wanted something concealable for CCW. Great guns but they are a bit pricey. Now if I could pick up a USP tactical and get a good can for it that would be sweet.
     
  4. ryanbum

    ryanbum Its the one that says Bad Mother Fucker on it

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    I have one in the .40 caliber flavor. It is a nice gun, shoots OK but for some reason it isn't my fav. This is very possibly because it is in .40 cal. It has awesome features including being able to carry DA OR SA with the saftey engaged.
     
  5. -RUNNR

    -RUNNR Insanely truthful

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    Tactical here in .45

    Love it, sucks as a carry weapon though
     
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    A96HondaAccordCoupeEX Silver Member

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    USP 9mm

    Seems to shoot "low" i think..., but i'm so use to compensating for it, it seems natural now :hs:

    The USP is the unofficial official gun of OT :coold:



    :mamoru:
     
  7. mixwell

    mixwell weakkutz

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    The USP fucking owns man, i really recommend it. IF you can get it in .40 S&W compact size. With that setup, you can drop in a .357 sig barrel. .357 sig in a USP is sex
     
  8. Gouda

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    well I really dont want a 40, Im really wanting a nice .45. So I thought the USP or the Glock 21C.
     
  9. inferno8ball

    inferno8ball 190 proof Everclear + MD Amped energy d

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    ive shot the USPc in 9mm and the USP fullsized in .40, i liked both of them alot. for me i really liked the way it fit my hand and the trigger rocked if u asked me, well compared to the glock that i shot.

    when i looked in to pricing i was like ouch....im gonna save up foir a bit before i look into purcahsing one myself, ill probably go with 9mm because it will be for range use and just home defense, i dont plan on carrying.
     
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    A96HondaAccordCoupeEX Silver Member

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    for some reason, around here, the 9mm is more expensive than the usp 40 or 45 :confused: :wtf:? Usually about 50 bucks higher


    :hs:
     
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    Really? weird. . .
     
  12. keyser

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    I got an offer to buy a compact USP .45 for $500.
    Do you guys think this is a good deal?
     
  13. Pure Energy

    Pure Energy Guest

    I paid 6 for mine. USP 45f and yes it does seriously own!
     
  14. mixwell

    mixwell weakkutz

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    That is a very good deal. What is the condition on it??
     
  15. keyser

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    Im not really sure yet. havent had a chance to look at it...
     
  16. Mikel

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    I have a stainless slide USPc 9mm. I love it. More accurate than I'll probably ever be, fits my hand perfectly, reasonably concealable, and bulletproof reliable. I also love how naturally the safety lever falls to hand. Knocking the safety off when you draw it seems very natural, unlike a lot of guns I've shot/fondled. I carry it everyday and highly recommend it.
     
  17. ryanbum

    ryanbum Its the one that says Bad Mother Fucker on it

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    No limp wristing? The reason I ask is because I shoot S&B almost exclusively with no problems.
     
  18. SS109

    SS109 3100 FPS OT Supporter

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    Pretty good deal for a .45 Compact. I just paid $700+ for a new Compact.

    I use mine for concealed carry, but I have to wear BDU's to conceal it, no tight jeans allowed.
     
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    Redmouse Just looking...

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    Kinda late...but I own both the USP Full and Compact in .40SW. I carry either one depending on the weather. I don't have any problems concealing them either. My only gripe is the heavy double action on the first pull. But you'll get used to that over time. Both pistols are V. 1 but lately I've been carrying with the safety off. I didnt see a point in having extra levers to fumble on in case of an emergency.
     
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    that's why u carry it cocked and locked with the safety :coold:
     
  21. SS109

    SS109 3100 FPS OT Supporter

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    I treat my H&K USP's like a 1911, cocked & locked with safety on. One of the reasons I upgraded to a H&K versus a SIG or a Glock. External safeties are a good idea.
     

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