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    Quote Originally Posted by HK CS1 View Post
    HK has no plans to discontinue the USP series pistols or the Mark 23. The only USP pistols that have been discontinued are the USP40T and the USP45CT. Both of these pistols were discontinued a while ago.
    They should totally bring back the USPCT. Would love one of them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GuntherRommel View Post
    single stacks are for gingers
    😁 unless it's a 1911.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gumby View Post
    unless it's a 1911.
    agreed , Magnum P.I. Style

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    Yeah I don’t like single stacks or mall ninja red dot Robocop pistols. I wish they’d offer a variety that had a swap the hammer for a striker version and include a pic rail too. That being said the hammer original is fantastic

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    Quote Originally Posted by toolman23 View Post
    The manager at my local gun store told me that he saw a notice stating that until the end of 2019, HK must fulfill government/military contracts which will preclude the production of any civilian-designated firearms due to production capacity issues. So, whatever is in the pipeline now for civilian sales is all it's going to be until the end of 2019. I haven't been able to verify that yet.
    I noticed that the P30 was also virtually impossible to find, and was told by a dealer in Dallas, the same thing as this ^^^

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    Hope not.
    IMHO the USP line guns define Hk
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    Well, I almost bought a lightly used USP40 Compact at my local Cabela's yesterday, but I ended up buying a new USP45 Compact on GB because I'm more comfortable knowing Bubba hasn't tried to mess with it.

    And I agree with you Barth, the USP line defines Hk for me as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr.Mayhem View Post
    They should totally bring back the USPCT. Would love one of them.
    yeah, for some odd reason apparently not enough sold to keep it in production. I was at SHOT 2017 and noticed no SS models on
    display and to my dismay the HK rep. said production had stopped. Not enough love for the SS either I guess..........
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    Quote Originally Posted by toolman23 View Post
    The manager at my local gun store told me that he saw a notice stating that until the end of 2019, HK must fulfill government/military contracts which will preclude the production of any civilian-designated firearms due to production capacity issues. So, whatever is in the pipeline now for civilian sales is all it's going to be until the end of 2019. I haven't been able to verify that yet.
    Hoping to to clarify, does this mean civilian-designated production likely won't begin until early-2020? After that, what's a reasonable timeline to expect new products will hit the market: <1 year, 1 year, 2 years, etc.?

    If they score another big gov't contract before then, does that whole timeline get delayed?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Str8shtr View Post
    Well, I almost bought a lightly used USP40 Compact at my local Cabela's yesterday, but I ended up buying a new USP45 Compact on GB because I'm more comfortable knowing Bubba hasn't tried to mess with it.

    And I agree with you Barth, the USP line defines Hk for me as well.
    Good on ya! USP Compact. 45 is such an amazing balance in a number of features in the USP Series, it's wonderful! Show us pictures! =)
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