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    Default Best compensator for a HK USP Expert (.45acp)?

    Dear friends

    I'm writing to ask help concerning my HK USP Expert.

    From my search, it seems that there are a wide variety of compensators for USPs, made of either aluminum or steel. It seems that some of those were discontinued (?), but others may be available.

    The question is: what would be the best readily *available* compensator for my HK?

    I did some searching on ebay as also an ad here in the forum (can't post link) but would like to hear you guys opinion on the subject.

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    It would be really nice if the compensator also got a standard picatinny rail (currently I got an adaptor on it):
    Best compensator for a HK USP Expert (.45acp)?-expert_adapter01.jpg

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    Not a fan of match weights or comps, but try this:

    https://www.matchweight.com/collecti...er-koch-expert

    Alot of forum members swear by this brand.
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    Quote Originally Posted by valkyrie_rider View Post
    It would be really nice if the compensator also got a standard picatinny rail (currently I got an adaptor on it):
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    Holy Smokes!! A tan USP45 Expert? Is that HK factory or did you cerakote the frame?

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    I would just like to point out that match weights aren't compensators; compensators by definition redirect gasses to reduce vertical recoil (muzzle brakes redirect gasses to reduce horizontal recoil). I say this because I was quite curious as to where you saw steel comps, until I realized you simply meant a match weight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vincent04 View Post
    Holy Smokes!! A tan USP45 Expert? Is that HK factory or did you cerakote the frame?
    There are no colored USP Experts :)
    He either cerakoted the frame or mix match the parts.
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    Quote Originally Posted by valkyrie_rider View Post
    Dear friends

    I'm writing to ask help concerning my HK USP Expert.

    From my search, it seems that there are a wide variety of compensators for USPs, made of either aluminum or steel. It seems that some of those were discontinued (?), but others may be available.

    The question is: what would be the best readily *available* compensator for my HK?

    I did some searching on ebay as also an ad here in the forum (can't post link) but would like to hear you guys opinion on the subject.

    Mandatory photo of my Expert.
    A Merkle Weight is what you want.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TooSixy View Post
    There are no colored USP Experts :)
    He either cerakoted the frame or mix match the parts.
    That is correct!

    It was cerakoted by a specialist in San Jose - CA.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TooSixy View Post
    A Merkle Weight is what you want.
    Do you known where I can find them?

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    Quote Originally Posted by valkyrie_rider View Post
    That is correct!

    It was cerakoted by a specialist in San Jose - CA.
    Now you're making me want to do mine... A good project.

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