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....because I'm starting to love my USP compacts.I have a 9c and 45c, and I doubt I could ask for better carry guns. Man, do they feel right. I do favor the aggressive grips.

After careful consideration (and a few rounds down range), I cannot find a single thing wrong with these guns. Nothing.

I've tried the HK45 and 45c, the P2000 and 2000c, the P30, and still favor my VP9, but these USPs.....

Just about perfect.
 

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Nope, not old....just realistic. P30's do kick arse.
 

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My carry piece is a flintlock.
That's certainly a crowd pleaser right there! :D I have a USPc 9 that I carry a lot. Also have a stainless 40 & 45. I also carry a USP45 at work with a USPc9 as a backup. But recently I've gotten an Incog Eclipse holster for my P30sk, so I've been trying that out :)
 

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yeh its a 24yr old LE. agency and military proven sidearm, but old school ? i ' m gonna kindly disagree, it's the ONLY school ! the USP is iconic, that statement is shared by many others on this forum as well . when it comes to CCW i want the BEST, for me that's the USPc 45 period . i never leave home without and trust my life with that weapon on my side .

we don't all agree on that "one and only" H&K sidearm, but we do agree that H&K makes some of the finest weapons in history !

"and I doubt I could ask for better carry guns. Man, do they feel right. I do favor the aggressive grips." you hit the nail on the head !
 

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I'm old school without my USPs :) I agree, the USP platform is growing on me as well.

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....because I'm starting to love my USP compacts.I have a 9c and 45c, and I doubt I could ask for better carry guns. Man, do they feel right. I do favor the aggressive grips.

After careful consideration (and a few rounds down range), I cannot find a single thing wrong with these guns. Nothing.

I've tried the HK45 and 45c, the P2000 and 2000c, the P30, and still favor my VP9, but these USPs.....

Just about perfect.
Totally agree. Have several HK variants, but if i had to give all up but one, i would keep the USPc. Just something about it. Stylish but [email protected]@, dependable, easy to conceal but perfect qrip size, etc.
 

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I am "93" old school, as well--- the USP is my favorite CCW, albeit in the 45FS flavor!!! :biggrin:

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....because I'm starting to love my USP compacts.I have a 9c and 45c, and I doubt I could ask for better carry guns. Man, do they feel right. I do favor the aggressive grips.

After careful consideration (and a few rounds down range), I cannot find a single thing wrong with these guns. Nothing.

I've tried the HK45 and 45c, the P2000 and 2000c, the P30, and still favor my VP9, but these USPs.....

Just about perfect.
Totally agree. Have several HK variants, but if i had to give all up but one, i would keep the USPc. Just something about it. Stylish but [email protected]@, dependable, easy to conceal but perfect qrip size, etc.
I agree with everything said here.
 

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I have that exact pistol except it was just a few behind of yours on the production line!


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....because I'm starting to love my USP compacts.I have a 9c and 45c, and I doubt I could ask for better carry guns. Man, do they feel right. I do favor the aggressive grips.

After careful consideration (and a few rounds down range), I cannot find a single thing wrong with these guns. Nothing.

I've tried the HK45 and 45c, the P2000 and 2000c, the P30, and still favor my VP9, but these USPs.....

Just about perfect.
That must make me old school as well! I have been at my LGS and I also am very appreciative of the superior "feel" of the USP compacts in my hand.
With that said, I did purchase the P2000 in 9mm to use as a CCW. Once I get more comfortable with the P2000, the USP C 45 is on my list of next purchases.
 
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