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    You made the right decision! I love them. I installed the match components, shot that for a while. I recently installed LEM Parts. It is a beast. A pleasure to shoot.
    I also installed the Trijicon HD'S.

    Have a good one
    Ray

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    Congrats. I feel your pain with the waiting .
    " A free people ought not only be armed and disciplined,
    but they should have sufficient arms and ammunition
    to maintain a status of independence from any who might attempt to abuse them,
    which would include their own government " - George Washington

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    Quote Originally Posted by runngun View Post
    You made the right decision! I love them. I installed the match components, shot that for a while. I recently installed LEM Parts. It is a beast. A pleasure to shoot.
    I also installed the Trijicon HD'S.

    Have a good one
    Ray

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    I love my p30s and vp9 trigger. I love my friend's usp 45 trigger. I am going to shoot ~500 round first before I decide if I need a match trigger or just cut 2 loops off the hammer spring (that is what I did on my p30s and feels great).
    My vp9 is a le w night sight and I installed trig night sight on my p30s. I want to keep the current sight and wait. It will be a range/target gun. So, night sight is lower on priority. But not ruled out.
    My friend told me.
    Pencil does not misspell, people do.
    Gun does not kill people, people do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lourx View Post
    Congrats. I feel your pain with the waiting .
    I can wait. My ffl close by 630pm and I have to leave work early to make it on time. She always wonder why I get excited but still waited extra 1 or 2 days before I pick up...

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    Congratulations on the acquisition--- the USP is a wise choice!!!

    Tony

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    By the way, I am surprise no one posted "it is a good move to pick the usp 9mm over beretta m9a3".
    Have a nice day guys.

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    Congratulations!! Read the Thread. titled "A chat with an HK Armorer MUST READ" on HK PRO Forums on the USP45 297,000+ rounds through USP45. Waiting on your fine purchase will become very difficult after reading this article.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silentheart View Post
    By the way, I am surprise no one posted "it is a good move to pick the usp 9mm over beretta m9a3".
    Have a nice day guys.
    Beretta is the oldest current type gun manufacture out there and has a lot to brag about. They make a fine weapon, period. Comparing comes down to a personal choice and the Beretta guys have their own blog. Welcome to H&K and the USP is a tack Driver, simple as that!

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    Quote Originally Posted by EDBfla View Post
    Can't believe it took me so long to buy it. Can't believe that I had been missing out all these years. I bet it won't be your last USP. Enjoy
    That is exactly how I felt when I bought my first USP9 after having bought several other polymer pistols before it.

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    Just an update. Buds got my payment on 3/8. Still has not shipped out as of today. My experiences w buds were pretty good before. This is a little longer wait for me. It is ok, I can wait. Thinking about taking my pride and joy beretta 92 vertec to compare with the new usp 9mm after it arrive.

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