Most of the time, a larger framed pistol is easier to shoot. An optic makes it even easier to shoot after you learn how to use it.Could somebody list in order from entry level moving up the chain ALL HK pistols???
I know this is going to sound like classic HK snobbishness, but the truth is that "HK" and "lower end" aren't generally used in the same sentence. They don't make cheap entry-level pistols.Thanks for your thoughts!
I have 3 USPS BUT was looking for someone to list "In order" lowest end hk pistol to highest by model
Nope. I started late in life and on my own, no guidance, so I went with what internet said was the best. @2008 I decided to figure out how not to suck and what was the best on my own. That was the end of P7 and whole DelFatti outfit or me.Savage… you still got it?
Multiple choice options:I’m not sure how you managed to “suck” with a P7M8.
6 rounds, absolutely nothing. Repeating that 4-5 times was another story. My tolerance for the heat was under one box with that kind of pace, and then gloves had to come out, and then I had to put it down. My today's practice was 300 rounds in a balmy 92 degrees; I would've needed 5-6 P7s to get through it.I am curious though: what was it about the M8 that you feel prohibited your ability to draw and fire 6 rounds quickly and accurately from concealment?