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    I have large hands and the USP45's blocky and more aggressive grip gives me a better purchase and hold than the HK45's batman sandpaper like grip.

    When I do rapid fire drills, the USP45 sticks like glue in my hands. The HK45, not so much, as it tends to slip...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vincent04 View Post
    I have large hands and the USP45's blocky and more aggressive grip gives me a better purchase and hold than the HK45's batman sandpaper like grip.

    When I do rapid fire drills, the USP45 sticks like glue in my hands. The HK45, not so much, as it tends to slip...
    Hmm I've heard talon grips can cure this but this is great info!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Duo007 View Post
    Hmm I've heard talon grips can cure this but this is great info!
    No, Talons did nothing for me. The smaller surface area and the shape of the HK45 negated the Talons (sandpaper and rubber). Also, the adhesives of the Talons failed on my HK45 after 150 rounds. I think they're crap.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vincent04 View Post
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    Hmm I've heard talon grips can cure this but this is great info!
    No, Talons did nothing for me. The smaller surface area and the shape of the HK45 negated the Talons (sandpaper and rubber). Also, the adhesives of the Talons failed on my HK45 after 150 rounds. I think they're crap.
    Thank you for your insight!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Domino View Post
    ...Maybe a USP Expert??
    Yes I like this idea as well!

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    HK45 All the way!

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    The only thing better than a USP45 is a USP45 Tactical.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vincent04 View Post
    I have large hands and the USP45's blocky and more aggressive grip gives me a better purchase and hold than the HK45's batman sandpaper like grip.

    When I do rapid fire drills, the USP45 sticks like glue in my hands. The HK45, not so much, as it tends to slip...
    Yep, I've not found a fancy texturing that works as well as the good old checkering of the USP.

    Adding to the list, the USP has the dual recoil spring system.
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    I had the same question a few weeks ago and I was trying to choose between the two. I went with a USP45 Tactical. It’s not as slim and I’ll need an adapter for attachments but I can live with that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Duo007 View Post
    Why you said this if I may ask? Trying to weigh pros and cons.
    Personal preference (as any firearm)--- feel, comfort carrying, etc.--- and thoroughly-tested design!!!

    Tony

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