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Guys, I have bean searching but couldn't come up w/ anything. I have a new USPc .40 LEM (date code 2010), with factory night sights. I have consistently been shooting high (3" at 25 yards). ASS-U-Ming that it's not operator error, does anybody have any thoughts? I shot a previous USPc .40 LEM for 4 years, and I also own a P2Ksk .40 LEM and have never had issues. FYI I have always used the cover hold.

Could H & K have adjusted their sights from the "cover hold" to the 6 o'clock? Any feedback appreciated!
 

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I have a BB (2011) USPc .40 LEM with Meps (not installed by HK) and it shoots dead on with "cover hold".
HK uses Meps for their factory I believe so they're the same sights.
 

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try these out to determine if its the sights, the gun, or operator error...I have a USPc .40 LEM also and mine are NOT 6 o'clock sights...mine is a BA code...


look at post #10 on this link...it might help...i know some peoples opinions vary about the diagram...but help is help

http://www.hkpro.com/forum/hk-handg...ting-3-low-3-left-10yds-sight-suggestion.html

search turned up this one too...more suggestions

http://www.hkpro.com/forum/hk-handgun-talk/139893-new-sights-shooting-low.html

another"shooting low" thread...again sound advice inside it

http://www.hkpro.com/forum/hk-handgun-talk/115792-usp-compact-front-sight.html

hope it helps
 

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I say you have to put it in a ransom rest to see if its shooting high. perhpas its just teh way your sight picture is which is throwing things off.
 

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I say you have to put it in a ransom rest to see if its shooting high. perhpas its just teh way your sight picture is which is throwing things off.
Ummmm...no

Firing it from a properly supported bench and a set of sandbags will confirm this...I have an eerie feeling its either A) operator error (no offense OP but its the most common cause) OR B) its the front sight post--since Meps come in 2 heights....
 

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Thanks for the feedback everybody; I will be back shooting early next week and will use this info.

No offense taken btw - I actually hope that it is the 'nut behind the wheel' and not the sights/weapon!
 

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yep guys...it was your's truly and NOT the weapon.... Looks like my grip was a bit off, as I had not shot a USPc for a few years. Thanks again!
 
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