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Hi Folks,

I have been lurking on this forum for a couple of months now, and based on
the threads I have seen here and the overall user satisfaction (more like
enthusiasm) I have seen, I have just purchased a USPf .40. I have been
out shooting with it a couple of times now, and absolutely love it.

I have a question: The lockout device built into the grip. The manual says
to turn it clockwise to lock the action. I find that the force to turn it with
the supplied key is very high. As a matter of fact, I cannot get it to rotate
it at all. Am I missing something here?
 

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Welcome to the site, and congratulations on the acquisition!!!
Work the device a few times with oil and it should loosen up.

Tony
 

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Stiff lockout device on USPf 40

While I was down at the range today (an H&K dealer) I showed him my USP
and explained the problem I was having getting the lockout device in the grip
to engage. Apparently, you cannot just decock the pistol with the decocker,
but must pull the trigger and lower the hammer before you can rotate the lock
and engage it. This wasn't clear from the manual. I figured I would post
this in case anybody else ran into the same problem I did.
 
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