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I guess I wanted to say Hi before I started asking lots of questions about H&K's.

My very first gun was a H&K P2000SK, so I guess I started off in the right direction! Then, I bought a Sig 232, Kimber Pro TLE/RLII, H&K P7 PSP, FN FiveSeven in IOM & USG, Walther P22, Sig 229 .40S&W w/ interchangeable .357Sig barrel, and a H&K USP Tactical.

I'm also into long range shooting, and currently have a Remington SS 5R Milspec and a Blaser LRS2, both with Leupold scopes and both in .308. Planning on adding a rifle in .338LM or a .408Cheytac for really long range in the near future.

I actually found my way here because the next gun I had my eyes on was a USP Match, and because I had a question about the date codes.

Glad to see people loving the guns I love, and hoping to share and learn a lot from you guys! Thanks!
 

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Welcome to one of the finest fourms around!!! You will be very happy to learn that, once you own an HK you will be making room for more!! I see that you have a good start. now to just trade off some of that other stuff, to get your hands on a good USP 40 or 45.

You will find this is a very helpful forum and the members here are GREAT as to their knoledge of HK's. There is no such thing as a stupid question, unless I ask it..LOL So, feel free to ask anything.

You may also want to consider a premium membership as, the $ for it are well worth the investment just in lastest news from HK!! Also it help runs the site, since it's not for profit.

Happy & Safe Shooting!! :D TJ
 

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Welcome aboard and enjoy the ride...

This board requires that you have a Home Equity line of credit... :)
 
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Yeah, as you can see, I have no Glocks in my collection.

I'm not really against them, per se, but I find what I want, or what I'm looking for before having to settle for a Glock. :D

Thanks for the welcome, guys!
 

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Welcome to the PRO family, they're mighty fine weapons, definitely in the "top shelf" category in my book.
 
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