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    Default VP9 & P30LS V3 picked up today, and ...

    ... the P30's DA/SA trigger is light-years ahead of my 1998-vintage USPc 45.

    Is it as good as a tuned 1911? Of course not. But what a night/day difference as compared to the Compact. I'm really looking forward to getting to the range to take the first shots!

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    Hmm. I have both of those guns too. I'll have to do a side by side comparo too. Never had trouble with the USPc trigger. It's a combat mechanism, not competition, but crisp and without creep. My P30 trigger is def sweet though. Just haven't compared the two yet.

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    Maybe there's something wrong with my USPc 45 then. I recognize it's a service weapon, but the DA pull feels like an 8-9 stage trigger.

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    I'm enjoying my P30S and trigger, that I recall measuring around 11lb in DA. But, then I don't own any other HKs for a family comparison.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Donald View Post
    I'm enjoying my P30S and trigger, that I recall measuring around 11lb in DA. But, then I don't own any other HKs for a family comparison.
    The obvious solution is to obtain comparison examples :D

    Nice C2, BTW. '67?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mneblett View Post
    The obvious solution is to obtain comparison examples :D

    Nice C2, BTW. '67?
    Yes, original 1967 427 435hp 3×2 carbs that I restored.

    I am working on adding to my HK collection...some day.

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