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Does anyone know of any HK armorers in the central texas area? Specifically one that can work on a Mark 23.

I need a hammer change. The rubber part of the current hammer peels off and I’m too scared to do it myself lol (found an armorers manual online)



Thanks in advance y’all!
 

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If you want to stay local, Hank Fleming Gunsmithing in Austin is well versed in the HK pistol lineup.


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I had the same problem. Did it myself but it was a little difficult. I wouldn't try it if you haven't worked on any other HK guns before. HK sent me the hammer free under warranty.
 

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I am surprised to know that the most reliable pistol in the world has rubber in the hammer?

I immediately did some quick search and found out it’s the same with USP and HK45? But I guess the answer makes sense that the government wanted it to be rubber in case it was dropped and snapped off in a metal form so the metal was not jagged. It actually enhances reliability! Now I am happy.
 

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I am surprised to know that the most reliable pistol in the world has rubber in the hammer?

I immediately did some quick search and found out it’s the same with USP and HK45? But I guess the answer makes sense that the government wanted it to be rubber in case it was dropped and snapped off in a metal form so the metal was not jagged. It actually enhances reliability! Now I am happy.
It's a drop test requirement, covered in my video review of the USP series.
 
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