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    Quote Originally Posted by caspernick View Post
    Great review of this awesome weapon. I have had mine since December and it is by far my favorite to shoot. PS. Did you intentionally load the magazines backwards in the first two pictures?
    Haha yes, I had to sneak that in :)

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    Well with a write up like that on a gun like that complete with reversed rounds in the mag, we can't really call you a noobie. Great thread. Welcome to the jungle!

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    Quote Originally Posted by caspernick View Post
    Great review of this awesome weapon. I have had mine since December and it is by far my favorite to shoot. PS. Did you intentionally load the magazines backwards in the first two pictures?
    Lol. Good eye
    " 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 azimuth View Post
    Well with a write up like that on a gun like that complete with reversed rounds in the mag, we can't really call you a noobie. Great thread. Welcome to the jungle!
    Thanks! I like to do a lot of research on guns before I buy them (and even on ones I don't buy, it just interests me), especially on a gun like this with such a cool history.

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    I never get tired of the mag faux pas. I like to see how members work it into their pictures. Still can't believe H&K didn't catch that before it was printed and distributed.

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    Thanks for the review. I know 23 is a big gun never realize it's almost as large as a DE.

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    I picked up my Mark 23 this afternoon. Holy cow this thing is a beast. Pictures do not do it justice. All of my USPs seem tiny by comparison. I can't wait to get it to the range.

    It is definitely a must have for every HKaholic.

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    The Mark 23 is like the gateway drug to more HK's. It was my first then I bought 4 more after that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hwalker84 View Post
    The Mark 23 is like the gateway drug to more HK's. It was my first then I bought 4 more after that.
    It was my gateway drug. Now I have a whole family tree of them...lol



    Below is a crummy phone camera pic of my latest. It is the HK45c on the right. It was #158 off the line. The HK45 on the left was #148 off the line.


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    The Mark is definitely pretty massive. Other than being way larger than I would want to conceal, the size isn't a bad thing to me. Also, it's approximately the same overall size as a Desert Eagle, but it's infinitely more comfortable to hold and shoot. The DE is a ton of fun, don't get me wrong, but the grip is almost the size of a 2x4, whereas the grip on the Mk23 is about the same as a USP45, which is still a little big, but totally manageable.

    The Mk23 is definitely huge. But I also think people exaggerate it a lot ("world's first crew served handgun", for example). In my opinion it's a pretty comfortable gun to shoot.

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