Now while I have quite a bit of ammo stored up as well as a progressive reloading press (Dillion 650) with the cost of ammo and reloading components getting more and more expensive, it's just getting harder to shoot the centerfire calibers anymore. In many cases, there are .22 clones and conversion kits out there like the MP-5SD (I love this little rifle), CMMG's AR coversions, Advantage Arms has pretty well taken care of Glocks, various 1911 conversion kits or clones, Sig has conversions as does even CZ have conversion kits for their CZ-75 and so on but there is nothing out there for USP shooters. I would love to get a conversion kit for my USP-40C or even my USP-45T but the only thing I come across doing a search here is an overpriced model in Germany that comes wtih no magazines so that's not helping at all either! I would think that if I was working at H&K, seeing the success of the .22 conversions and how well they sell (hey, they did sell me a MP-5 so they should know this sort of thing sells) I would be burning the midnight oil to come up with .22 conversion kits for my products. Am I alone in feeling that this is an untapped market for H&K to make some pretty good sales to shooters that want to keep their ammunition prices down?