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    Quote Originally Posted by Barth View Post
    Mark 23 > SP89 > SP5K
    Fixed it for you!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by AGG View Post
    Fixed it for you!!!

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    You're delusional my friend.
    A Roller-delayed blowback designed for heavy duty full auto isn't even in the same area code as a Mark 23 or USP.
    Of course I'm biased - LOL!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barth View Post
    You're delusional my friend.
    A Roller-delayed blowback designed for heavy duty full auto isn't even in the same area code as a Mark 23 or USP.
    Of course I'm biased - LOL!!!
    Not talking SMG hosts--- excellent setup!!!

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    I agree with the others, I own a USP, a HK45, a P30, and a P2000, they basically are all variations on the same design. The right one for you is the one that feels best to you and has the features you like most.

    Personally, I am really liking the P2000 out of the group.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CAR View Post
    I agree with the others, I own a USP, a HK45, a P30, and a P2000, they basically are all variations on the same design. The right one for you is the one that feels best to you and has the features you like most.

    Personally, I am really liking the P2000 out of the group.
    This^^^^^^^sums it up.

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    Agree build quality is the same. Also agree the usp has a better trigger, especially with match.

    I'll add that I prefer the p30 and p2000 grips in 9mm, but prefer the grip of the USP and USPC in 45. the smaller caliber USP lines seem to have compact sized grips while the p series are a lot more generous for larger hands.

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    Same quality.....some of the best made pistols on planet earth!
    HK45 Tactical || USP45 Tactical
    USP9 Expert || USP9 FS
    P30 V1 LEM || P30S V3 Grey
    USP45CT LEM || CZ SP 01 Shadow
    Tavor || Bren 805 S1 FDE
    PTR91 || AK's AK's AK's

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    I have tried to love the USPc, but in the end it just doesn't feel right to me--the P2000, in spite of having a heavier trigger, is much faster for me to shoot, easier to shoot accurately, has less muzzle flip, and is more comfortable to carry. I'm sure there is someone on here that is exactly opposite, though. Pick what works for your mission and gives you the best results on the clock.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mneblett View Post
    ...for geezers like me the USP's 1911-like feel is more of the classic "what a gun should feel like," so the USP just "feels right" to me. That said, there's no denying that the ergonomics of the P30 are excellent. I regularly rotate my EDC between a USPc and a P30.
    Agreed completely. The P30 feels really nice and comfy, but the USP feels like a real tool, sort of like holding a comfy hatchet or hammer. I also think the USP just has more overall space to manipulate things and the P30 (at least the "S" models) is a little more cramped to me.

    Quote Originally Posted by Barth View Post
    Personal preference may cause an individual to favor one over the other.
    You nailed it too. Some people think I'm out of my head for preferring USPs to P30s.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CAR View Post
    I agree with the others, I own a USP, a HK45, a P30, and a P2000, they basically are all variations on the same design. The right one for you is the one that feels best to you and has the features you like most.

    Personally, I am really liking the P2000 out of the group.
    and the HK.45C is mix off all. LOL

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