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Which of the HK pistols do you think is the toughest?
USP, P2000, P30, VP9/40, HK45
 

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Four way tie.
 

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USP 1st P2000 second.
 

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1st: USP, 2nd HK45
 

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Hks are Bombproof

Which of the HK pistols do you think is the toughest?
USP, P2000, P30, VP9/40, HK45
I own;
USP Elite 45, USP Tactical 45, USP Compact stainless 45, P2000 357, P2000SK 40, P30 40, P30SK 9mm, VP9 and HK45 Compact.
They are all bombproof :cool:
None has ever FTF, FTE or return to battery with minimum +2K rounds each down the pipe.

When you buy a Hk. You buy quality :wink:
 

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As a new guy to HK pistols ... would that be a USP9 full size that's ranked second to a Mark23?


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I wouldn't bet my life on the difference between any Hk guns.
I mean, thinking of this as as engineer, if I had to come up with a quantitative definition of "toughness" I suppose I would define some sort of mechanical testing (mean rounds before failure, highest proof load without dimensional change beyond 0.001", plastic deformation limit in torsion/bending, etc), and I expect the larger, thicker construction of the Mk23 would post better numbers than the USP, HK45, P30, etc.

In terms of functional reliability, yeah, they all work.

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But if those were the cards I was dealt? SP5K :cool:
I don't care about the industry creating some legal fiction in which submachinguns with the stocks cut off are "pistols" to squirm out of NFA regulation. That's not a pistol.
 

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Mark23 (it's just a USP on steroids)
USP Full size
HK45

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Didn't care about the industry creating some legal fiction in which submachinguns with the stocks cut off are "pistols" to squirm out of NFA regulation. That's not a pistol.[/QUOTE, ]
Regardless of what you care about, legally in the United States of America, it is a pistol.
Get over it
 
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