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Greetings - have enjoyed the posts and will share a pic. I am
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USP 45f - KF date code


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This is your first post and first HK. Both of those will soon change, you can bank on it.
 

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Welcome to the forum and congrats on your first HK! More will soon follow :D.
 

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There's one I want that I don't have yet. Congrats on the purchase of a HK USP 45. Great weapon, it's the issue for a local (medium size) PD near where I live and work. It's one I would carry and wear proudly. I am a huge fan of the 45, and it tops the calibers of weapons I have in my collection. It's smooth shooting, accurate and possesses unquestioned stopping/defense power that's proven over nearly the past 100 years.
 

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hey all another newbie here. Might be a dumb question but what is the difference between usp45 and usp45f? the looks seem the same and also what is the significance of the date code? how do you read it? sorry for the dumb questions just something I didnt understand
 

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hey all another newbie here. Might be a dumb question but what is the difference between usp45 and usp45f? the looks seem the same and also what is the significance of the date code? how do you read it? sorry for the dumb questions just something I didnt understand
Some people type USPF which just means fullsize. Just like when you see USPc meaning compact.

The date code system is as follows..........

A B C D E F G H I K
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

Guns made this year will be marked "AI" = 08

Here is a link with more info......
http://www.hkpro.com/symbols.htm
 
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