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    Since no one has mentioned it yet...How about a P7M10

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    Just throwing in my two cents, in the past I have owned a P2000 full size .40, A P30S V3 .40, and last week I just got a USP40 full size. In the past, I have ended up not keeping any of my .40 caliber handguns, but i can tell you after shooting my USP 40, I can tell you this one is going to be a definite keeper because it is by far one of the most accurate .40 S&W ive ever fired. :D
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    No, didn't really find it top heavy, felt pretty well balanced. It is a bigger gun so it felt good. I did need to put the Hogue grip on it, made a night and day difference in my grip and my ability to control the gun, especially with sweaty hands. No steel mags available for the .40, only plastic. I absolutely recommend the jet funnel and jf mags, it really is a great 'upgrade' and does make it feel better. If you look enough, you can even find the jf mags for around the same price as the standard mags.

    Quote Originally Posted by HighCaliber View Post
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    Hey, did you find the USP Tactical a tad top heavy?
    My Tactical came with plastic mags. I may look for steel mags to add some weight or would you recommend the jet funnel to add more weight and balance to the gun?
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    Since CDNN is selling P30 and P30L for $599 that is a total no brainer. I might pick one up myself. VP40 if you insist on SF.

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    I would recommend the Tactical or VP40

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    1) USPc for CCW . 24yrs of service and reliability .

    2) USP tac for target or suppressed . the best trigger out of all .

    3) P30 for best ergonomics and most comfortable grips .

    4) P2000 for CCW . the grips are to slick for my CCW needs vs a lot of members love the slim design and concealability .

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    Vp 40 if yer old like me, easiest to shoot well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TBxd View Post
    Vp 40 if yer old like me, easiest to shoot well.
    I am an old soul, haha.

    Quote Originally Posted by HighCaliber View Post
    Didn't you just buy the German USP 9 NATO Compact from Classic Firearms?
    Yes, I did... it's awesome... love the pistol but the round is what I am wishing was a bit stouter. Love the trigger, ergos, design.. everything but the round. Especially consider .40 only gives up one round total capacity which is almost trivial.
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    +10 for the P2000 V1!
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    Quote Originally Posted by BigBoss0311 View Post
    No, didn't really find it top heavy, felt pretty well balanced. It is a bigger gun so it felt good. I did need to put the Hogue grip on it, made a night and day difference in my grip and my ability to control the gun, especially with sweaty hands. No steel mags available for the .40, only plastic. I absolutely recommend the jet funnel and jf mags, it really is a great 'upgrade' and does make it feel better. If you look enough, you can even find the jf mags for around the same price as the standard mags.
    Thank you! My impression is probably from being really fond of all steel guns and also from holding the Tactical with a plastic mag empty.
    I will ev
    I will probably get the jet funnel just to add more steel to it.
    In a worl where everyone wants to go light I want to go heavy..:)

    On the grip: Just goes to show how personal this is because the USP grip is perfect for me. The P30 was too rounded for me and a bit slippery and the P2000 too slippery.
    USP is like holding a perfect 4x4 and hitting the nail in the head, so to speak.

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