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    Default HK USP Gauntlet Test

    I am a Patreon supporting member for this guy, I saw this a week ago but didn't post because it was a preview:

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    I'd say it lived up to the hype.

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    No surprises there . Makes me regret I sold mine years ago .

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    Nice getting one top of next year!

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    On top of my original thoughts. I would love to see a hk45c and a P30 go through the same thing.

    I would expect the HK45c to exhibit the same return to battery function as I have had issues with ammo no driving the gun fully into battery. (limited to one brand, 2 ftf in 500 rounds.)

    The trigger is well...the trigger lolz. But how would LEM fair? I would think it would solve this problem of "it's to heavy."

    Like I said, I enjoyed the hype. Is it just me or do most hammer guns with exception to the Sig P226 seem to do very well with this type of ridiculous testing.

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    I think HK45C and P30 will do better in such test than USP45. I found out P30 and HK45c have a tighter slide to frame fit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by battousai View Post
    Is it just me or do most hammer guns with exception to the Sig P226 seem to do very well with this type of ridiculous testing.
    I believe the hammer guns he's tested seem to have an inherent problem with debris build up under the hammer, not allowing full travel of the hammer.

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    No surprise to many of us but still good to confirm what we already know. I begged and begged since he started this series to test a USP. I'll give Tim some credit for finally doing it. I was among many to request the USP. I believe the other HK hammered fired pistols would do just as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by EDBfla View Post
    No surprise to many of us but still good to confirm what we already know. I begged and begged since he started this series to test a USP. I'll give Tim some credit for finally doing it. I was among many to request the USP. I believe the other HK hammered fired pistols would do just as well.
    I did as well, both in the comments of his other videos and via patreon. I'm glad he did this finally :)

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    Interesting to see. That was a lot of stuff to overcome. With enough external forces you will get something to fail, doesn't matter which gun. Even before testing videos I always felt the USP 45 was a tank.

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