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Old 09-09-2012, 09:21 PM   #11
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The HK USP platform is a very good gun. The barrels are dead tough. The bore sits a bit higher in relation to your hand and muzzle flip is more pronounced than with the Glock. I have personally witnessed a squib load cleared by the next bullet. HK can certainly make a barrel.
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They are both very good firearms.
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Apples to oranges - when your orientation is to create the best, costs go up. A better comparison of this philosophy w be Sig vs HK like Sig 220 vs USP for 45 fans and the 229 vs USP-C for carry.

The 229 is well balanced and Felt better in my hand than 226 line. Both HK and Sig are trying to rework & streamline ergonomics.
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If you don't like how blocky the Glock is then you probably won't like HK.

HK are great firearms though and you really should try one before buying.
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I'm going today to try one out. And hopefully if they have it try a glock 30sf. I have been stuck on an hk since I seen the military channel. Kind of why I bought the M9. But I sold the M9 because I didn't like it as much as my sig. That's why I really want to shoot the hk before I buy. Don't want to throw money away.

Seriously. Which is better. The usp or hk45 ???????
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I'm presently shooting 6 Glocks and 1 H&K. There is a reason for that. I've found that H&K is way over priced for what you get in a Polymer framed pistol, which isn't a hell of a lot with H&K. The magazines are outrageously expensive, the magazine release is poorly designed, and can easily pinch your fingers. And to be quite honest about it, it doesn't do anything better than a Glock can, except contain more parts and cost a lot more.

On the plus side is it has a nice large trigger guard, easily acquired sights, and a good trigger. I bought mine because I wanted to see first hand what all the hoopla was about concerning H&K handguns. The gun is OK, but I doubt I'll be buying another. There are simply better guns avaliable at much better prices that represent a higher degree of value, than what the Elves in the Black Forest are coming up with these days.

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I personally like glocks over hk they are more economical accurate out of the box and reliable as f*** great carry gun. Has a great feel to it and abundance of accessories to make it your own. It's like a funny saying kimber the gun you show your friends, Glock the gun you show your enemy. : )
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Bilt - any of those Glocks in 10mm ?
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Bilt - any of those Glocks in 10mm ?
Like this one?
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Bilt - any of those Glocks in 10mm ?
None. 3 are 9 MM and 3 are .45 ACP.
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