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    Default WTS: HK USC45 carbine NIB

    After finding and buying a few other "toys" recently I decided to sell my NIB USC 45 purchased late last month.

    Comes with 2 10 rd mags - HK case - Owners manual.

    No longer for sale ...

    PM me if you have any questions.
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    Is this one of the newer production ones?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Hkdon41 View Post
    Is this one of the newer production ones?
    Yes, date code is BK (2019).

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    Oh OK I was looking for one of the older black ones


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    Whats the difference with the older and newer USCs?

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    Quote Originally Posted by HKloverboy View Post
    Whats the difference with the older and newer USCs?
    HK, I'm not familiar with any changes other then a run of grey early on.

    I do yield to others who read this with more knowledge then me though ...

    Here's an article I found with some background info: https://www.tactical-life.com/firear...k-usc-carbine/

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    Putting this back in the safe for now - may use for a trade - thanks to all for the views / questions.
    Last edited by Marksman188; 07-15-2020 at 11:47 AM.

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    @HKloverboy , @Marksman188 , @Hkdon41 the difference, other than date code, is that the engravings evolved over time on these carbines. I am making a detailed account of this - with comparison pictures - here: https://www.hkpro.com/forum/hk-refer...ml#post3741448
    Otherwise guns are same same. Interesting that your USC came in that HK bag. Mine came in cheap egg-crate foam in a cardboard box. Same date code as you. All my old 2000 era ones didn't come with bags either.
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    Quote Originally Posted by omega21 View Post
    @HKloverboy , @Marksman188 the difference, other than date code, is that the newer run (BK) has the serial number on the barrel in addition to the receiver. I think location of "HK" and ".45" laser engraved on the barrel is different where on the old one is was at the base of the barrel by the receiver and on the new one it's towards the tip of the barrel. These all are merely cosmetic differences, but for those who want to SBR and chop the barrel, when you do that, you lose the engraving since you lop off the front end of the barrel. Otherwise guns are same same. Interesting that your USC came in that HK bag. Mine came in cheap egg-crate foam in a cardboard box. Same date code as you. All my old 2000 era ones didn't come with bags either.
    omega21, thank you for your post - I knew I could count on someone to pick up for me :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marksman188 View Post
    omega21, thank you for your post - I knew I could count on someone to pick up for me :)
    Oh yea, you are welcome. There's no shortage of geeky HK knowledge here!

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