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I'm not usually an impulse buyer. I was at a local gun store picking up my .45 suppressor that was just out of jail. While completing the paperwork, I saw an HK 45 with a threaded barrel, a new gun with the SN of the receiver and the barrel the same. I had been thinking about getting a quality 45 ACP and this one just felt good in my hand.

I got it home and was doing research and found most with the threaded barrel are marked "tactical". Mine is not marked tactical. It has the 16x1 LH twist threaded barrel. It was made in the USA.

I'm just guessing this was just old stock the dealer had but would like to know for sure.

I have to use blue Loctite, since the barrel is LH and the booster on my can is RH. A big pain but I'm dealing with it.
 

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HK45's do not have "Tactical" engravings. Sucks, I know. Enjoy. Great pistol.
 

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The only 45 marked tactical is the USP. Get one of those too, they're the leader and best. Welcome and congrats on the HK45t.
 

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I have to use blue Loctite, since the barrel is LH and the booster on my can is RH. A big pain but I'm dealing with it.
To the OP
I'm confused at this statement as to WTF you are doing ?
And if this is humor or for real ?
Could you please expand more on the statement above in quotes you made ?
 

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I have to use blue Loctite, since the barrel is LH and the booster on my can is RH. A big pain but I'm dealing with it.
I'm curious about this statement as well. Are you talking about securing the suppressor to your barrel with loctite? If so, let us all know how that turns out....pics before and after will suffice.


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