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Old 05-04-2013, 12:45 AM   #41
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That is one sweet USP Relic! Thanks for posting the pic. I too want a P7M8 like the rest of you, just not at $1,000!

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Old 05-04-2013, 12:09 PM   #42
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andI have seen $800. M-4 platforms going for $1,200. all due to the best gun salesman in US history Obama.

Prices will come back down, and it will for ammo too but it may take a few years for the ammo pricves to return to some kind of normal...



This reminded me of something that happened to me about 2 years back...

Had my HK USP in my Dillon leather strong side pancake, stepped out the back door to take the wife to some late evening hair appointment and it was a A Typical MI cold winter evening.... Hit some bad ice on the concrete and did a perfect 180° rotation 4' above the ground, and then I went down to the ice and concrete HARD

Did you know the human head does make a sound like a coconut when it hits something resilient to giveing like cement

Well don't feel bad I didn't either until that evening

No concussion, laid there for a couple of minutes accessing damage before I attempted to move, I WAS LUCKY

No damage, so I stood up and started to go into shock, but I talked myself out of it...

On the other side the HK never left the holster, with one in the pipe never discharged, good leather , outstanding gun...

I remember reading about H&K when I was not old enough to purchase a handgun and the testing is minus freezing point. Nothing but reliability. I've dropped my compact 45 and no discharge just a few scuffs on the mag.
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I found an old issue of Guns & Ammo from '94 or '95 from when I was a kid. It had the new HK USP .45 on the cover. It's a nice companion piece to my USP .45. Good thing I saved it, I have no idea why.

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HKparts.net has been good to me they offer a wide selection of parts for all HKs including mags most are usually in stock. I bought the extended magazine release and 2 13rd 40 mags for $30 each a few months back great service from them.

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