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    Just picked up a new HK45CT yesterday. This is the first 45 HK since my USP that I bought about 15 years ago. People complain about the lack of grip texture but owning a P2000 I like it myself. Hopefully I'll get to put some rounds through it on monday. I ordered a flat base plate today. will order a holster on pay day.


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    Congrats on the new gun! I’d love to get one myself!

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    Thanks, there is something special about the tactical...just feel so balanced to me

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    I have the V7 LEM. Perfect shooter. Enjoy yours!

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    I have an HK45CT, and am also a fan of its grip design. Never cared for finger grooves and spider web weirdness of some grips.

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    Quote Originally Posted by THAT guy View Post
    I have an HK45CT, and am also a fan of its grip design. Never cared for finger grooves and spider web weirdness of some grips.
    I love the way the hk45 full size feels but for whatever reason it moves around in my hand when shooting the gun. My friend has an hk45c (not the tactical) and it does not move as much for whatever reason.
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    Congratulations on a nice acquisition!!!

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    Congrats on the new acquisition

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    Congrats on a great HK pistol, very nice indeed!
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    Congrats . I really enjoy mine . It serves really well as a suppressor host. I have a Rugged Obsidian 45 which also serves on my VP9.
    I put some Talon Grips on my HK45C T and it handles even better when firing .
    Enjoy your pistol . It’s a good looking gun, too!

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