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1 Would you buy a usp40 if it was cheap?
2 For those that carry a p2000 or uspc. Do you prefer the flat base plate or the one with the pinkie hock?
 

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Are you talking full size or compact?
Just acquired a USPc 40 and now wondering why I didn't own this for the last 20 years. Great gun.
There is a decline in popularity of 40 right now, so prices are lower on those guns. Grab all the cheap Hks you can!
I like the pinky rest to shoot with as without it my finger drops off the grip.
Carry is better with flat base plate and you'll notice a lot of people who buy one flat to carry in gun and leave the rest alone.
 

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either compact or full size.
copy on flat.
Anyone change their bobbed hammer for a non bobbed like on the p2000 for their uspc?
 

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If I had the funds and a USP 40 was available for a good price I would purchase one.

As far as USPc, I prefer the flat floor plate, I find the pinky rest is not necessary due to the grip length.


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Even if it's beat up, that's a reasonable price. Round count doesn't really matter. I mean... For the money, it could even be a fondle gun. Not necessarily something that you'd have to go out and shoot. Just a spare of a spare type of dealio.
 

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Great price for a great gun (full size or compact). I would absolutely buy one without question. I always carry my P2000 and USP compacts with the flat base pad. I have medium sized hands and never needed the pinky extension.
 

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yes and I need the extension for hand size. At this point why wouldn't any of us buy a cheap USP if the funds are available?

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