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2manyhobbies 11-08-2012 04:47 PM

HK Parts and Resources
 
As promised people here is my list. Please add your own and any you may run across or have good service with.

Capital City Firiearms

Galco Holsters

HK by Jarvis

HK Pro this is a HK forum that when I need advice from the experts...;)

HK parts bought my threaded match barrel from them, very nice....:D

Wolf gun springs my primary source for mag springs

Well thats my list and I am hoping to add to it very soon!!

2manyhobbies 11-13-2012 06:34 PM

Anyone else have some????

Bear304inc 12-08-2012 03:26 AM

I haven't needed parts yet but thanks for posting resources. Hope others will too along the way. Would be especially interested in hearing reviews to go with the listing if they've dealt with them.

2manyhobbies 12-08-2012 04:29 PM

Yeah this thread has been way too quiet!

jyo 02-21-2013 07:01 AM

The only parts I've changed out on my HKs has been the mag release for the larger version---nothing else needed...

2manyhobbies 02-21-2013 03:12 PM

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Originally Posted by jyo (Post 1146778)
The only parts I've changed out on my HKs has been the mag release for the larger version---nothing else needed...

HK's uber reliable in all my years (15 now with the USP) thousands of round later and other than a match barrel and mag springs... Nada but then that is what we paid for :D

jyo 04-07-2013 07:39 AM

I am told my USPf 45 will need magazine springs sooner rather than later, but so far no issues. My first HK was a USPf in 9mm back in early 1994---this pistol has never jammed in all this time (!)---I bought it because "Hi-Cap" pistols were about to be banned and my only other Hi-Cap pistol I owned at the time was my 9mm Hi Power (which I still have). I wanted a modern DA/SA pistol with 15 rounds on board. I bought many magazines at this time thinking I would pick-up another USPf 9mm (I did) and have two modern guns. I don't think I've field-stripped the first gun more than a few times this entire time (19 years)---did clean some gunk out from under extractor (spray and brush) about five years ago when case ejection became "lazy." A quick wipe-down with BreakFree CLP every so often and this pistol still looks to be in outstanding condition. You do pay more for HKs, but you only live once (I am pretty sure), so get the good stuff! These two USPfs are the primary house guns along with a 4" Security Six Ruger---for easy carry, I long ago switched to the smaller HK 9mm P2000 DA/SA---small package, just as effective...

Jagermeister 04-07-2013 09:28 AM

I wanted to contribute, but I doubt this will help. Frankonia.de. They sell mags and the store repairs anything I need for my HK. Which I doubt they will have to. The gun is perfect. Springs are cheap, and suppose to be replaced. I guess like car oil. But, once again, the springs are awesome too. Gun companies, like car companies, recommend an "oil change" after so many "miles". Maybe it is best to go with the recommendations? HK rules!!!

Garadex 04-09-2013 06:50 AM

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Originally Posted by Jagermeister
I wanted to contribute, but I doubt this will help. Frankonia.de. They sell mags and the store repairs anything I need for my HK. Which I doubt they will have to. The gun is perfect. Springs are cheap, and suppose to be replaced. I guess like car oil. But, once again, the springs are awesome too. Gun companies, like car companies, recommend an "oil change" after so many "miles". Maybe it is best to go with the recommendations? HK rules!!!

Jagermeister, the fact that you are so enthusiastic about H&K makes me want one when I turn 21.

USVI 04-09-2013 10:21 AM

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Originally Posted by Jagermeister (Post 1206033)
I wanted to contribute, but I doubt this will help. Frankonia.de. They sell mags and the store repairs anything I need for my HK. Which I doubt they will have to. The gun is perfect. Springs are cheap, and suppose to be replaced. I guess like car oil. But, once again, the springs are awesome too. Gun companies, like car companies, recommend an "oil change" after so many "miles". Maybe it is best to go with the recommendations? HK rules!!!

Here's a quote from that "other" forum.

"HK GmbH tests during the development of the USP45 indicated no reason to replace recoil springs for 18000 rounds, ammo and shooting schedule dependent. Other HK pistols like the USP40 C-LEM, P2000, etc easily pass 10,000 round Govt tests with all the original parts."

If you can afford(or find)that many rounds. :p

I find HK Parts to be a great company to deal with. When looking for other accessories I like Optics Planet. http://www.opticsplanet.com/
Both of these sites have fast service and reasonable shipping costs.


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