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    Default Re:HK usp 45

    Bought new LIVE THIS GUN!!!
    Moving forward I've already put 3k rnds thru it👍🏻
    At what point do I take to GS to do full detail strip and clean and chk all springs???
    10,000 rnds????

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    Don't be afraid to do it yourself , save your money.

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    We're talking HKs here, and you bought yours brand new.

    I wouldn't do a detailed strip/cleaning and parts inspection/replacement until you reach at least 10k rounds.

    And I'd field strip and do a general cleaning/inspection every 500 rounds just to keep things in working order. I'd also replace the RSA every 20k rounds.

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    IIRC, Federal ammo sent a USP to HK for service, at like 285K rounds.
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    Sometimes detail stripping is for the zen of the activity....:D

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    Welcome to the site, and congratulations on the acquisition!!!
    No extensive stripping/breakdown should be needed (< 100K rounds)--- just watch for any potential problems (FTE/FTF) after 10K rounds (there are always exceptions)--- keep those parts (e.g., extractor, ejector, springs, etc.) on hand--- check the ammunition/magazine first at the first sign of improper functioning.

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