I've had a USPc 9mm and 45. both are the same, but different. I would recommend buying one of each!
Its really not fair to compare the USPc to the HK45 since the sizes are so different. If you want a full size pistol I would go with the HK45 since I think you stated you already have a USPf. If you want a compact pistol you might want to compare the USPc to the HK45c. The HK45c will be larger and possibly less concealable due to height, but its certainly much closer to the dimension of the USPc than the HK45 is.That is kinda what I though...
I guess I'll probablyw ait for the Hk45 to come out...
sounds like you should wait to see if a HK45-T comes out, and I bet it will.Acyually, I have been wanting the HK45 for a long time. I wanted a fullsize 45, and I really like what I have herad about the HK45.
However, I came across a USPc 45 CT at the GanderMountain in my town - I'd never buy there, as it is too expensive. But, I like the looks of the threaded, extended barrel, and I was just trying to covince myself whether I wanted the USPc CT or the HK45.
I don't plan to carry either - it will just be a range toy. I'm thinking that the HK45 will be more comfortable at the range.
The USPc CT is just a bit unique, and may not be available forever. It was just a consideration...
wouldnt a slightly longer barrel be irrelevant because the .45 is a larger projectile?I have a USPc in 9mm. The sight radius and barrel is a tiny, tiny bit longer on the 45 ACP USPc.
Anyone who has both a 9mm and 45 ACP USP COMPACT - is the 45 any easier to shoot - even a little?