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End of last year I used a credit to acquire a like new 45c. I was able to put 2 magazines through it before deciding. I was impressed with how the gun handled recoil and I liked the way it felt in my hand, so I grabbed it. I had not shot it again until this past Saturday. After putting about 100 rounds through it I have to admit I'm surprised by the accuracy, or at least my ability to shoot very accurately with it. Really is fine pistol. Easy to see why it is so popular here.
 

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I presume the OP is referring to the USP Compact 45. . . or is it the HK45 Compact?
 

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I just bought the HK45 fullsize (still waiting for it to come in) But i believe the 45c will be my next HK addition :)
^ you sir, are making amazing life decisions.

And I love my Hk45c, it is an amazing pistol. I had to re learning to do with the trigger vs the full size. But after that was over, I make nice little groups with it. I love it. It is also still big enough to be in a gunfight and not feel like you have a squirt gun. It is also a very stealthy carry piece. I really think HK got a lot of things right with the HK45/c and the P30 series.

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But I made the stupid mistake of dry firing a Springfield 1911 today so now I gotta hurry and go shoot one of my babies so I can forget about that 1911.
 

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But I made the stupid mistake of dry firing a Springfield 1911 today so now I gotta hurry and go shoot one of my babies so I can forget about that 1911.
I have done that too. But I realized recently, no matter what guns I shoot, buy, and own, my HK45 or HK45c are the ones I grab. (I will at times also Grab My USP 45, but I don't keep that one loaded too often anymore.) So as nice as a 1911 is, with a great trigger, and stuff. I still Grab the modern combat 1911, the HK45 or HK45c. Both great pistols for the job.

But I feel your pain sometimes, a Properly tuned 1911 trigger is the trigger to beat. Not too light, and not too heavy. I like them around 4 pounds. Too light and you can't hit anything, to heavy and you can't hit anything. 4 is just right.
 
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