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And, I must admit, it is that, a toy. No way I can carry this monster "concealed."

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"Is that a HK MK23 in your pocket, or are you just happy to see me?"
 

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Sean, thanks.... the Benelli surprised me, completely. I am unable to get off shots that quickly when I ghost load it, but with one in the pipe and five in the magazine, I was able to rip through that string pretty quickly. Since some guys may not know to what you are referring here you go:

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Thanks, appreciate it. Sorry to creep you out, but it fun. I like how in one place you can see the "orange glow" inside the barrel as a cartridge is fired. Kind of cool.
 

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I have a Mark 23, and it is my first HK.

It just doesn't seem that "big" to me. Long, sure, but not big in any other way.

Is the grip really bigger than other HK 45s? I have a couple of SIG P220s (admittedly with 'fat' grips) and they seem just as "grip big" as the Mark 23.

My hands are not as large as Jack Reacher's, but I do have long fingers. I kinda like big grips, as they help me keep the "pad" of my finger on the trigger instead of the joint.

Thomas
 

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I have a Mark 23, and it is my first HK. It just doesn't seem that "big" to me. Long, sure, but not big in any other way. Is the grip really bigger than other HK 45s? I have a couple of SIG P220s (admittedly with 'fat' grips) and they seem just as "grip big" as the Mark 23. My hands are not as large as Jack Reacher's, but I do have long fingers. I kinda like big grips, as they help me keep the "pad" of my finger on the trigger instead of the joint. Thomas
Well, to hear other HK owners talk the MK23 is quite a handful, but again, if you do not have XXL size hands, which I do, I do believe it may well be considerably large in hands smaller. I agree with your assessment of why a large grip is nice. What I like about the large grip is I really can get the fleshy part of my left hand on it, unlike when I shoot other firearms.
 
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