Total HK newbie here looking for informed opinions. I love my HK VP9, but have read and have been told it is a "cheap" HK and not a "to to war" handgun. For that I need to look at a HK45 or USP handgun. I went to a local shop that has HKs, and fondled their USPs, and frankly, the grip ain't working for me. At all. I have XXX sized hands, and the VP9 grip with its adjustable side panels just feels really great in my hand. But...I know the USP is a HK classic and was built around the 40SW round. Then I've read up on Vickers and Hackathorn's comments about the HK45, good bad and otherwise, so I'm kind of intrigued since I think it has adjustable grip panels. Do you HK experts have any opinions to offer a HK noob? I'd appreciate it.
It may sound paranoid, but the reason I bought an HK MR556 was I wanted a rifle I knew would not let me down in a real SHTF scenario. I respect HK's quality and would like to be able to have a HK handgun I could also rely on in that kind of a situation.