Grip is fine. Have a lot of small arms training and experience. Part of the reason I've been baffled. Out of all my firearms, the one that should shoot well, isn't. Defs me and not the pistol. I've been shooting with the centre of mass visible over the front sight. Being told the sight should cover the target may help.How are you holding with your off hand? Because there should be enough real estate on the side to get a good grip but the weight must be a factor.
Roger that--- you know the saying--- pics, or it did not happen!!! :biggrin::biggrin::biggrin::biggrin::biggrin::biggrin::biggrin::biggrin::biggrin::biggrin:Been out of town for work so haven't been able to get to this yet. Really want too lol. Been itching to get to the range. Good news though! Just picked up a Surefire 400U G and trijicon HD sights for my HK45.
Also I'm the cookies. My wife is the milf. Figured this would be a joint account as she's an HK buff as well.
Yeah, I think it's a shame what some innerwebs sour grapes types have done to those who do not have access to a Mark 23 in person. They call it crew served and other derogatory things so some who would otherwise enjoy the pistol are discouraged. It is a large size gun. That's it. It is not for concealed carry. It is for a specific combat purpose, that's it. My counsel is to find one and experience it yourself without the influence of trolls. There is really nothing like a suppressed Mark 23. Nothing.Wow, I didn't know the Mark 23 is the same size as an Expert! I see the grip i slightly bigger, but overall about the same size. I always thought of it to be this monster truck sized handgun.