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Old 02-10-2010, 10:11 PM   #11
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Here is another outstandin HK that is worth well over the $1k mark. My P7, one of the last 500 manufactured. Great classic gun!

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That's a beauty Wambli--I'll trade you a Bersa .380 straight up for it?

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That's a beauty Wambli--I'll trade you a Bersa .380 straight up for it?
Hummmm, while the Besra is a great gun I will have to say no...
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But the Bersa is newer, more compact, stainless, and comes with a free box of very rare .380 ammo. Why would you want to keep an old, discountinued gun for a brand new one? OK, I'll throw in an extra magazine...

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But the Bersa is newer, more compact, stainless, and comes with a free box of very rare .380 ammo. Why would you want to keep an old, discountinued gun for a brand new one? OK, I'll throw in an extra magazine...
Very appealing but still no. I would never want it to be said that I bamboozled you out of a newer, more compact, stainless, and chambered in a rare caliber handgun.
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Very appealing but still no. I would never want it to be said that I bamboozled you out of a newer, more compact, stainless, and chambered in a rare caliber handgun.
Smart man--enjoy it, it's a real beauty!
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Thank you sir.
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I have shot the H&K handguns, and they are very nice guns. I own 3 H&K rifles in .308, .223, and .22 mag. All are excellent guns!!

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i was at the local gun shop today and what i want to know is do u guys think the H&K brand is worth the price. they were starting at 1000.00
I bought an H&K USP Tactical, with the threaded barrel, about 5 years ago.

I had tried it out at the local range and I shot well with it. I am talking 10 Ring at 21 feet with an occasional flier, but this was a weapon that could group.

After that, I added (2) Kimbers and then later (3) Nighthawks before I dumped one of my Kimbers & sold the H&K, as I was EXTREMELY obsessed with performance and "SHTF" performance.

Now, if I have the choice of the H&K USP or any pistol that is NOT a true built custom 1911, I will choose the H&K everytime because regardless of costs, is a great pistol. The H&K is a great pistol.

Nighthawk 1911's, on the other hand, is a "WHOLE NOTHER LEVEL" over the average pistol. Including the infamous H&K fame.

But. Your Mileage May Vary.

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I bought an H&K USP Tactical, with the threaded barrel, about 5 years ago.

I had tried it out at the local range and I shot well with it. I am talking 10 Ring at 21 feet with an occasional flier, but this was a weapon that could group.

After that, I added (2) Kimbers and then later (3) Nighthawks before I dumped one of my Kimbers & sold the H&K, as I was EXTREMELY obsessed with performance and "SHTF" performance.

Now, if I have the choice of the H&K USP or any pistol that is NOT a true built custom 1911, I will choose the H&K everytime because regardless of costs, is a great pistol. The H&K is a great pistol.

Nighthawk 1911's, on the other hand, is a "WHOLE NOTHER LEVEL" over the average pistol. Including the infamous H&K fame.

But. Your Mileage May Vary.

JD
A Nighthawk is trully on another level and on that we agree. Awesome gun BUT we are comparing apples and oranges my good sir. As much as I LOVE my Wilson Combat and other high end 1911s if the gameplan calls for crawling and sliding through mud, sand and hell it woud be one of my HK P2000s that comes along for the ride. First, I KNOW it will come out shooting. Second the scrapes and scar look good on them.

Same reason I don't take a custom wood stocked Mauser to a Georgia swamp buck hunt, different guns for different purposes. Good to have options in the ol' gun safe.
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