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    Serial number prefix of 24, I agree with Tony, USP 9 full size. With the shiny barrel hood and serial number font, it is an early USP. My KF USP 45 has the same shiny hood.

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    I saw the bullet and thought it was a 40cal, didn't know that the prefix's determined the caliber. Cool to know, theres a lot to learn about HK's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by boriedd704 View Post
    Serial number prefix of 24, I agree with Tony, USP 9 full size. With the shiny barrel hood and serial number font, it is an early USP. My KF USP 45 has the same shiny hood.

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    His is a KD/93 to be exact!!!

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    nice video, thank you for posting

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    Quote Originally Posted by boriedd704 View Post
    Serial number prefix of 24, I agree with Tony, USP 9 full size. With the shiny barrel hood and serial number font, it is an early USP. My KF USP 45 has the same shiny hood.

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    was the HK USP9 the US Army officer's sidearm? looks like he's wearing a shoulder holster , I didnt know the US Army carried the USP9

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    You guys musta watched a different video than the one I saw.

    YOU NEVER SEE WHO OR WHAT FIREARM IS USED TO KILL THE CAPTURED HOG.

    Yes, you see them remove A BULLET from the hog. But you don't see ANYONE who actually shot this hog...

    Like Tony said, IT'S TELEVISION... never ASSUME anything with these guys
    Or maybe there is a different video?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rockdem View Post
    I saw the bullet and thought it was a 40cal, didn't know that the prefix's determined the caliber. Cool to know, theres a lot to learn about HK's.
    recovered 9mm bullet appears to have a hollow tip but shows little deformation
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    Quote Originally Posted by omega hkpro View Post
    recovered 9mm bullet appears to have a hollow tip but shows little deformation
    Agreed--- again--- TV!!!

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    It was likely close range and may have been directed into soft tissue. I agree it is TV and who knows what actually happened.

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