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  1. HK HANDGUN TALK
    I've searched for this but found nothing. I don't think I'm the only one who experiences this, so what do you think. When I draw my usp from the holster, I move my thumb over the safety lever and right before I point the gun, i push down to deactivate the safety. I like to shoot while...
  2. HK HANDGUN TALK
    Hi folks, Wanted to say thanks to those participating in the forum. It has been an excellent resource for all HK products. I recently made my first handgun purchase of an HK45C V1. After TONS of research and looking at general feedback in this forum, I decided to pick one up to be a "jack of...
  3. HK HANDGUN TALK
    Hi, I'm new to this forum and don't know if this has already been addressed. I prefer the position and manipulation of the HK45 decocker as an extension of its safety, is there a way to implement this feature into the P30s as a drop-in part? Thanks.
  4. HK HANDGUN TALK
    I have heard rumors of the USP 45 (full size) having decocker failure issues resulting in accidental discharge. While I prefer to carry mine cocked and locked, I will on occasion carry hammer down in the DA first shot configuration. When doing so, I point the muzzle in a safe direction and...
  5. HK HANDGUN TALK
    I guess I'm just trying to figure out what it could hurt to offer more LEM models with a decocker like the v0 ( I think it is ) Im not claiming to be an expert and believe the hammer remains in a decocked position once the slide has been racked and bullet chambered. It appears to be fairly...
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