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My USP 45 is a nail driver. If yours is not accurate or shooting where you're not pointing it, get back to the shooting basics!
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Thank you @Kost ! Much appreciated.
Still considering the usp40T. I know my p30 .40sw is way too light for the .40. The USP should be a better platform for the .40.
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I've trained and practiced with the USP.40 since 1997 and I love the pistol. I have a few. Recoil is not an issue with any USP. Capacity and penetration in various objects, the .40 wins out in my book.
You really can't go wrong with either. The USP40 and 45 are excellent guns. But if cost is an issue, the USP40 will be far less expensive.
Both are excellent , can't go wrong with either...Maybe you should buy both..
Try them if you haven't. Only issue I have with the 45 is it's longer grip, I don't get a good perch on it like the other where the mag flare is up against my pinky.
USP 45, can run .45 Super if you need protection from large animals. GJM on pistolforum wrote a lot on this.
I have big bony hands so I like it better than my USP 9mm or my HK45. I have shot the USP 45, USPT 45 a lot they are very accurate.
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