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    Welcome to the site!!!
    When the apocalypse arrives, I will increase the chance of survival by carrying a Mark 23 (primary) and USP45FS (secondary).

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    Quote Originally Posted by AGG View Post
    Welcome to the site!!!
    When the apocalypse arrives, I will increase the chance of survival by carrying a Mark 23 (primary) and USP45FS (secondary).

    Tony
    Only two pistols for the apoc...Amature. :)
    A Diamond is just a piece of coal that made good under pressure!

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    Quote Originally Posted by FS1 View Post
    Only two pistols for the apoc...Amature. :)
    I did say "primary" and "secondary"--- no limitation on the number!!!

    Tony

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    Quote Originally Posted by AGG View Post
    Welcome to the site!!!
    When the apocalypse arrives, I will increase the chance of survival by carrying a Mark 23 (primary) and USP45FS (secondary).

    Tony
    If you wear out BOTH of those, it’s not the apocalypse, it’s the end of the world.

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    They are reliable. Overall clunky and large by today’s standards, especiallly the USP design. They could do so much better. It is mind boggling why folks keep giving them a pass. Look how aggressive and regular Walther has brought out products! Hope they come around, they need something new. Of course there are those that will say “ just give me another clunky expert...”

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    I once had to send in a USP9 that had an issue where the hammer would fail to reset. Another issue is that the first shot I ever took with my USP9 Compact resulted in a jam, although it never jammed again after that, so I suspect it was in its break in period. A P30L in .40 that I owned briefly didn't have any issues when I shot it, but the next owner complained about jams; I suspect limpwristing, but it could have been a break in period issue too. I own and have owned other HK's that never had a hiccup. Only one trip back to the factory out of the ten or so HKs I've owned is very good. The fact that they tend to have a break in period is not great (Glocks don't), but it's just something you learn to live with. I trust HKs, Glocks and CZs the most of any handguns I've owned, in no particular order.

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    As I was filling out the paperwork for my second Mark 23, the LGS employee asked "Why do you like this HK stuff so much?" I looked up and asked him, "Every manufacturer has made a bad model gun. Name a bad gun made by HK."

    I kid you not, he told me "Well, that squeeze-cocker thing was kind of stupid." I was like WTF! Clueless.

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    Um......VP70Z?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Indreams84 View Post
    Um......VP70Z?
    If you compare it to other guns in its class, it's head-and-shoulders above the competition. Pretty much all of the others only fire staples.

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