sissup unfortunately the compact grays have not been made since the original 2004 release and run of 500 in .40 S&W
Also, these new gray ones are not the same gray as in 2004, they are the current version of HK gray - same as on the VP9s
Keep your booger hook off the bang switch till you're ready to bring the hate
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Last edited by omega21; 11-28-2017 at 11:28 PM.
awesome guide! thanks
Also, your USPf looks awesome. When you get bored of it, feel free to send it to my FFL. I'll make sure to cover the shipping charges. :)
Recently got my Kalifornia Gray .45, Kalifornia Elite .45 and, Kalifornia Expert .45. Wish I had been in on the Gray earlier as I like it a lot. Maybe because it simply isn't Black like every other pistol on the market, which if anyone has noticed are basically all modified Browning actions and similar trigger actuation with differently milled/molded exteriors.
I wish I was done but I can't get the vision of the USP Compact .40 Stainless out of my head.
1. Natural Black - naturally!
2. HK Grey - same grey as the VP series
3. Blue - for simunitions
@NomNamNom - you are correct. I've seen people selling colored frames that are really banged up (e.g. rail damage from lights that don't fit or were hung too tightly) but still demanding premium prices. My advice is never buy a colored frame gun without sharp close up pics.
AGG edited my post accordingly. Hey Tony, do you know if HK ever made a USP with
1. Clear frame?
2. Blue simunition/training frame? (simunitions came after initial USP production, but I thought there might be a more recent release of such a frame)
3. Red frame? (like the P2000)
What about the colored vp9's? Are they being made in limited numbers?