I'm sure many of you are disappointed by the fact that H&K has neglected to put the label, "Tactical" on the USP9 SD. Has anyone looked into engraving this into the slide?
I'm definitely disappointed that the USP9 SD doesn't come with a match trigger, but that's something that is easily fixed in the aftermarket. It's not as obvious how one would go about getting "Tactical" engraved on the slide.while it would be cool to have tactical on the slide, Im really more dissapointed that it doesent come with a match trigger like my .45 tac and .40tac. it would be neat to have a "complete set" all saying tactical but i guess its not that big of a deal.
when I pick up my 9mmSD the first thing im spending any money on is a match trigger
Shockwave, of course he can do what he wants.Yeah, that's just like me putting a modified SL grill on my SLK. Mercedes never made such a model--and I darned well know it. I did it just because I thought it looked cool. I am such a poser asshat.
Come to think of it, my semi-auto MG42 says "MG42" on the side--and I darned well know that it's not a machinegun. I am SUCH an asshat!
(BTW: Read all of the above with plenty of sarcasm and humor. I think Uebermind should engrave whatever he wants on the side of his pistol. It's HIS pistol! He's the one he needs to please--no one else! And the only person who's an asshat is anyone who takes any of this big-boy playtime too seriously.)
Haha, I didn't realize this thread was going to be so controversial!Whats your point?
The USP 9SD is a USP 9SD. The heading that HKpro posted the gun under won't change that FACT.
It looks like HK answered the age old question of 9mm or 45acp...9mm isn't near the round that a 45acp is, so it doesn't deserve to be called TACTICALHaha, I didn't realize this thread was going to be so controversial!
I guess part of my frustration is that the USP 9SD doesn't really have a classification; if it's described as "a 9mm version of the .45 tactical", then why wasn't it labeled "Tactical"? Does it serve less of a tactical purpose than the .45 and .40 S&W models?
And if it is in a completely different class, as some have suggested, why wasn't it given any other kind of distinguishing mark, like "SD", to distinguish it from other 9mm USPs?
Also--would you knock someone with a .45 USP that did a perfect conversion to a USP Tactical, and wanted to label it "Tactical"?