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    Where's my P30-22 :D
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    Quote Originally Posted by Luckypup View Post
    i just hope/wish/pray H&K will throw their hat in the ring with competition to the Hellcat, P365, etc a P365 sized hammer fired pistol with 10+1 would be a big hit. or maybe at 81 yrs of age i'm too set in my ways.
    That would be nice, I’m in the market for one of those.

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    Quote Originally Posted by navyman8903 View Post
    Honestly I have enough problems with buying a metric ton of HK goodies between weapons, log books, mags, and rounds to feed them. Next after an SP5K, some VP9's and more USP's, I'm going to need another MR762 for a G28 clone. Gonna do one my way, and one their way. Just because.......so if they came out with more things I'd just have to buy them probably.


    I'd be lying if I said I didn't want HK to have a strong showing every year, but I have a personal sense of pride that my guns run when I get them. Never had brass to the face that was the guns fault (under charged rounds) and only problems I've had with the guns are fatigued springs. That's a lot more than I can say for other brands. HK has ruined me. So if they take a bit longer to put something out, so long as it's good, and not something like a VP70 or another bastard series like the P2000's I'm good with waiting. (sorry guys, I know that'll ruffle some feathers.)
    I thought the P2000 series was just a modernized USP?

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    As far as hammer fired pistols go HK is still at the top of the Industry. Narrow the competition down to polymer framed hammer fired and they run away w it IMO
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    Quote Originally Posted by Left4Dead View Post
    As far as hammer fired pistols go HK is still at the top of the Industry. Narrow the competition down to polymer framed hammer fired and they run away w it IMO
    Unfortunately, the market is bigger than that. We can narrow down things as much as we want, but that's not how the industry is working right now.

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    While I agree that HK seems to have slacked a little on this year's shot show, I do know that some companies take "off years" to develop new products. Maybe I'm being optimistic, but it's possible HK has something good coming for next year.

    Either that, or we've been bamboozled yet again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ARC193 View Post
    While I agree that HK seems to have slacked a little on this year's shot show, I do know that some companies take "off years" to develop new products. Maybe I'm being optimistic, but it's possible HK has something good coming for next year.

    Either that, or we've been bamboozled yet again.
    Bamboozled is my vote lol, but I still like HK so not going to complain to much myself.
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    Wasn't the 416 supposed to replace the M4?


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    Quote Originally Posted by igs View Post
    Wasn't the 416 supposed to replace the M4?
    That link is for ARMY M4's. Maybe you're thinking of the Marines requesting a bunch of M27's a few years ago.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dms16 View Post
    That link is for ARMY M4's. Maybe you're thinking of the Marines requesting a bunch of M27's a few years ago.
    No I'm thinking ALL M4's, hasn't it been made obsolete by the 416? If demand is going back to the M4 what does that spell for HK?

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