my thoughts exactly. If you want to play with fire go right ahead. It says in every hk manual I have not to shoot lead. I think hk knows a little bit more about their product than we do. If you have to shoot so much that the cost of shooting is that big of an issue then go to 9mm or something.Through normal rifled barrel lead bullets are fine, but if your USP has polygonal rifling, then you may want to be cautious. I've heard the pressures may get too high from the soft lead and you may get a Ka-Boom. Just letting you know what I've heard. You may be fine with it, but I'm not going to risk it with mine.
And where in the USP manual does it say this? You can't shoot lead with p7s because it clogs the gas port. I have been shooting lead ball for over 20 years and have never had any problems. I have put 400 to 600rds of lead ball threw 3 USPs every weekend for over 5 years and one thing I have found is they are better at not leading.I wouldnt run it, doesnt the manual specifically say no lead ball? Due to leading the barrel, let alone the problems with the can
Thank you I think that’s the one I am going to get but I am going to talk to them first but I think it will get too much bullet lube residue in it so if I can’t shoot lead ball in it it’s not a deal breaker I’ll just load some FMJ too shoot it.The new AAC Ti-RANT cans are user serviceable. I'd recommend that one. I went with a SilencerCo Osprey but I've shot a friend's Ti-RANT on my USP compact tactical and it was very quiet, well-balanced and lightweight.