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What do the letters after USP designate?
USP variants?
Calibers?
DA/SA only?

Any sites, you know of, that explain all of them?

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What do the letters after USP designate?
USP variants?
Calibers?
DA/SA only?

Any sites, you know of, that explain all of them?

Thanks

The "C" and "F" denotes the pistol size.

An USPF= a full sized model.
An USPC= a compact model.

Easy eh?...

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Old timers refer to the full size USP ad simply that, USP. They refer to the Compact as USPC. Some like to make sure you know they are talking about the full size and include the "f" after USP but that is being a little redundant, repeating one's self, saying the same thing over and over. ;)

Sometimes the Tactical is referred to as the USPT but most just call it the Tactical, like the Expert and Elite are called just that, Expert and Elite. Same applies to the Match and Mark 23/SOCOM.
The Compact Tactical is usually referred to as the CT since that is the way HK refers to it.
 

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Thanks pickenup,

I am waiting for my 1st HK, an Expert, right now and I was wondering the same.

....and yes I did say my 1st HK. By the looks of it it's not going to be my las.
 
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Thanks for the replies.
That is about what I figured.
I'm looking to pick up a little brother for my Expert, and did not want to find out too late that a "letter" meant something I else.
 
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