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Posted: 1/11/2015 11:04:04 PM EST
I want one. I've owned a P2000, a couple P30's, and a couple P7 variants. My current carry gun is a CZ P-01, but I'm ready to go back to HK for a nightstand gun. Let's see some pics to whet my appetite. Also, what's a good light system for the proprietary rail?
Link Posted: 1/11/2015 11:31:11 PM EST

hkpro is a pretty good sight for all things hk. As for the weapon's light I believe only the utl fits without modification to the usp rail, but you can get the streamlight tlr3 or 4 with the usp adapter and it fits fine as well. Truthfully I noticed that you could just use the stock tlr3 and crank down on the tightening bolt, but didn't see a reason not to pick up the adapter for another few bucks.
Link Posted: 1/11/2015 11:50:29 PM EST
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Originally Posted By UltimaSE:

hkpro is a pretty good sight for all things hk. As for the weapon's light I believe only the utl fits without modification to the usp rail, but you can get the streamlight tlr3 or 4 with the usp adapter and it fits fine as well. Truthfully I noticed that you could just use the stock tlr3 and crank down on the tightening bolt, but didn't see a reason not to pick up the adapter for another few bucks.
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That's good to know, thanks!
Link Posted: 1/11/2015 11:55:18 PM EST
The USPc is one of my favorite pistols for about every need. The TLR-3 with HK clip is the right call light wise. I just keep a surefire G2X handy if I need light though, plus some trijicon night sights.
P30 and P7 I can't speak to. As for the P2000, IMHO, the USPc beats it many many times over. The safety is fantastic after about 5 minutes of adapting to it, the safety/decocker is at the right spot, the balance and feel is natural and comfortable.
Link Posted: 1/11/2015 11:56:38 PM EST


Jack Bauer approved.
Link Posted: 1/12/2015 12:00:20 AM EST
Here you go:
HK rail adapter for USPc - hkparts

Never used it, but customer reviews say five stars.
Link Posted: 1/12/2015 12:01:34 AM EST
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Yeah that too...
That sold me on it initially when I was younger...
Link Posted: 1/12/2015 12:08:32 AM EST
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That's why I have one... then I discovered that it's actually a really nice gun
Link Posted: 1/12/2015 12:11:13 AM EST
Why a compact for a night stand gun? Why not a USP full size or even bigger the Expert or Elite?
Link Posted: 1/12/2015 12:22:35 AM EST
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Originally Posted By Tesseract:
Why a compact for a night stand gun? Why not a USP full size or even bigger the Expert or Elite?
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I prefer the compact due to how it simply feels in the hand compared to a full size. Its about as "compact" as a glock 19, so it fits all my uses and haven't had a need for the extra polymer and steel.
Link Posted: 1/12/2015 1:05:09 AM EST
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Originally Posted By Tesseract:
Why a compact for a night stand gun? Why not a USP full size or even bigger the Expert or Elite?
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I tend to shoot compacts better than full size pistols, and I can always use a full size mag in a compact.
Link Posted: 1/12/2015 1:06:40 AM EST
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Originally Posted By andersw:

I prefer the compact due to how it simply feels in the hand compared to a full size. Its about as "compact" as a glock 19, so it fits all my uses and haven't had a need for the extra polymer and steel.
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Originally Posted By andersw:
Originally Posted By Tesseract:
Why a compact for a night stand gun? Why not a USP full size or even bigger the Expert or Elite?

I prefer the compact due to how it simply feels in the hand compared to a full size. Its about as "compact" as a glock 19, so it fits all my uses and haven't had a need for the extra polymer and steel.


I havnt shot the 9mm but a friend brings his USPC 45 to the range and I agree it's a nice shooter.

I was just wondering why and I understand your answer.

Cheers
Link Posted: 1/12/2015 1:09:15 AM EST
Nice little piece, but it got replaced by a G26 for carry and the HK now does nightstand duty.

I want a VP9 in the worst kind of way, though
Link Posted: 1/12/2015 1:22:31 AM EST
Get the extended mag release, P30 mag adapters, and LEM
Link Posted: 1/17/2015 4:26:54 PM EST
Okay guys, I'm getting ready to purchase in the next week or two. Any lines on a good deal either new or used excellent condition? I'd prefer v3 DA/SA with decocker only, but I can live with a decocker/ safety combo.
Link Posted: 1/17/2015 5:26:24 PM EST
Nice pistol...in death ray 9mm....mags are $$$$$
Link Posted: 1/17/2015 5:38:24 PM EST
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Originally Posted By andersw:
The USPc is one of my favorite pistols for about every need. The TLR-3 with HK clip is the right call light wise. I just keep a surefire G2X handy if I need light though, plus some trijicon night sights.
P30 and P7 I can't speak to. As for the P2000, IMHO, the USPc beats it many many times over. The safety is fantastic after about 5 minutes of adapting to it, the safety/decocker is at the right spot, the balance and feel is natural and comfortable.
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This is what I was going to suggest. Tlr-3 with the HK is good to go. I even got a holster made for my HK .40 compact with the light.
Link Posted: 1/17/2015 5:47:17 PM EST
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Originally Posted By andersw:

Yeah that too...
That sold me on it initially when I was younger...
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Originally Posted By andersw:

Yeah that too...
That sold me on it initially when I was younger...




I had a 2 tone Sig 228 because he had one in season 1 and 2 as well I think...nice to know I'm not the only one easily influenced.
Link Posted: 1/17/2015 5:51:19 PM EST
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Originally Posted By reyloxdm40:

I tend to shoot compacts better than full size pistols, and I can always use a full size mag in a compact.
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Originally Posted By reyloxdm40:
Originally Posted By Tesseract:
Why a compact for a night stand gun? Why not a USP full size or even bigger the Expert or Elite?

I tend to shoot compacts better than full size pistols, and I can always use a full size mag in a compact.


Can't use a full size USP mag in a USPc.
Link Posted: 1/17/2015 5:52:04 PM EST
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Originally Posted By RIA45ACP:




I had a 2 tone Sig 228 because he had one in season 1 and 2 as well I think...nice to know I'm not the only one easily influenced.
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Originally Posted By RIA45ACP:
Originally Posted By andersw:

Yeah that too...
That sold me on it initially when I was younger...




I had a 2 tone Sig 228 because he had one in season 1 and 2 as well I think...nice to know I'm not the only one easily influenced.


That's why I have a USPc.
Link Posted: 1/17/2015 6:04:21 PM EST
My USPc. I also have two P2000s in 9mm, a P30, a P30L and a VP9.

Link Posted: 1/17/2015 6:20:13 PM EST
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Originally Posted By HeyCoach:


Can't use a full size USP mag in a USPc.
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Originally Posted By HeyCoach:
Originally Posted By reyloxdm40:
Originally Posted By Tesseract:
Why a compact for a night stand gun? Why not a USP full size or even bigger the Expert or Elite?

I tend to shoot compacts better than full size pistols, and I can always use a full size mag in a compact.


Can't use a full size USP mag in a USPc.

You can use P30 mags though
Link Posted: 1/18/2015 8:11:08 PM EST
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Originally Posted By SuperMoose:
My USPc. I also have two P2000s in 9mm, a P30, a P30L and a VP9.

http://photos-h.ak.instagram.com/hphotos-ak-xfp1/t51.2885-15/10004273_1492074081050823_389643428_n.jpg
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Which would you recommend for a sometimes carry mostly nightstand/ home defense gun? Uspc or P2000? I don't like a safety, so a P2000 might make more sense. I've owned one in the past, but it was before I ccw'd...
Eta- Also I can get a new P2000 for $650, vs $700-$1100 for a used USP compact.
Link Posted: 1/18/2015 8:18:11 PM EST
I shoot my USPc's better than any pistol I own...minus my 1911. I have a USPc in both .40 and .45 and also a full size USP in 45. I've never shot the 9's and my .40 USPc is the best pistol I own and the only .40 I own. Granted the USP was designed around the .40 round so that could be why. I don't shoot Glocks...or even the P30 near as well.
Link Posted: 1/18/2015 8:20:18 PM EST
Glock 19

Wait, what?
Link Posted: 1/18/2015 8:23:09 PM EST
The USP c 9 mm is my Elanor.

I have wanted one since they were introduced, but something always gets in the way. I'm almost at the point of trading my USP Tactical for one.
Link Posted: 1/18/2015 8:29:43 PM EST
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Originally Posted By Kingpin38506:
The USP c 9 mm is my Elanor.

I have wanted one since they were introduced, but something always gets in the way. I'm almost at the point of trading my USP Tactical for one.
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U mad bro?



I was in the same position and I happened to find one for a very good price, then I found a USP45 for a steal.

I couldn't shoot the 45 worth a crap, but the compact is the most consistent pistol I've got. Weird.
Link Posted: 1/18/2015 8:36:38 PM EST
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U mad bro?

http://s13.postimg.org/p2oz95aev/20150118_192605.jpg

I was in the same position and I happened to find one for a very good price, then I found a USP45 for a steal.

I couldn't shoot the 45 worth a crap, but the compact is the most consistent pistol I've got. Weird.
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Originally Posted By MadMonkey:
Originally Posted By Kingpin38506:
The USP c 9 mm is my Elanor.

I have wanted one since they were introduced, but something always gets in the way. I'm almost at the point of trading my USP Tactical for one.
U mad bro?

http://s13.postimg.org/p2oz95aev/20150118_192605.jpg

I was in the same position and I happened to find one for a very good price, then I found a USP45 for a steal.

I couldn't shoot the 45 worth a crap, but the compact is the most consistent pistol I've got. Weird.

Not mad. Just jealous. If you change your mind about a 45, krylon that slide and IM me.
Link Posted: 1/18/2015 8:39:01 PM EST
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Originally Posted By Kingpin38506:

Not mad. Just jealous. If you change your mind about a 45, krylon that slide and IM me.
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Originally Posted By Kingpin38506:
Originally Posted By MadMonkey:
Originally Posted By Kingpin38506:
The USP c 9 mm is my Elanor.

I have wanted one since they were introduced, but something always gets in the way. I'm almost at the point of trading my USP Tactical for one.
U mad bro?

http://s13.postimg.org/p2oz95aev/20150118_192605.jpg

I was in the same position and I happened to find one for a very good price, then I found a USP45 for a steal.

I couldn't shoot the 45 worth a crap, but the compact is the most consistent pistol I've got. Weird.

Not mad. Just jealous. If you change your mind about a 45, krylon that slide and IM me.
I sold my 45 so I can't go back to it... I used the money to help pay for an FNX-45 Tactical though, which I shoot way better

I like two tone too much to paint the slide. I dunno who did the chrome job (it was like this when I got it) but I think it looks pretty darn good!
Link Posted: 1/18/2015 8:42:56 PM EST
There are much better weapons available. DA trigger pull is way much. Reliable but not flawless feeding/ejecting. Mags are expensive. I actually have an HK flag for the man cave but actual use got me over the fan boy phase. It's a fine weapon but if you've got a few other HKs I wouldn't say you're missing out if you don't own a USPc.
Link Posted: 1/18/2015 8:51:10 PM EST
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Originally Posted By 0PSEC:
There are much better weapons available. DA trigger pull is way much. Reliable but not flawless feeding/ejecting. Mags are expensive. I actually have an HK flag for the man cave but actual use got me over the fan boy phase. It's a fine weapon but if you've got a few other HKs I wouldn't say you're missing out if you don't own a USPc.
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I beg to differ. I have a P30, P7,and the Tactical. I need a compact to round it out.
Link Posted: 1/18/2015 8:57:27 PM EST
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Originally Posted By 0PSEC:
There are much better weapons available. DA trigger pull is way much. Reliable but not flawless feeding/ejecting. Mags are expensive. I actually have an HK flag for the man cave but actual use got me over the fan boy phase. It's a fine weapon but if you've got a few other HKs I wouldn't say you're missing out if you don't own a USPc.
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I've owned a P2000, 2 P30's, a P7, and a P7M8. Thanks for the advice, but I know what I'm getting into with an HK.
Link Posted: 1/18/2015 9:02:39 PM EST


I recommend the Hogue grip for the USP.Just don't get lubricant/cleaner under grip when cleaning to prevent the grip from getting loose.
Link Posted: 1/18/2015 9:06:23 PM EST
Sorry, no USP9c. Just these.

Link Posted: 1/18/2015 9:09:45 PM EST
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Originally Posted By Dredd308:
Sorry, no USP9c. Just these.

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And some people say it's not an addiction.

OP, just want to tell you that you suck, and I hate you. Thanks to your thread, my desire for one of these has went back up to full tilt boogie need.
Link Posted: 1/18/2015 9:16:57 PM EST
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Originally Posted By reyloxdm40:

Which would you recommend for a sometimes carry mostly nightstand/ home defense gun? Uspc or P2000? I don't like a safety, so a P2000 might make more sense. I've owned one in the past, but it was before I ccw'd...
Eta- Also I can get a new P2000 for $650, vs $700-$1100 for a used USP compact.
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Originally Posted By reyloxdm40:
Originally Posted By SuperMoose:
My USPc. I also have two P2000s in 9mm, a P30, a P30L and a VP9.

http://photos-h.ak.instagram.com/hphotos-ak-xfp1/t51.2885-15/10004273_1492074081050823_389643428_n.jpg

Which would you recommend for a sometimes carry mostly nightstand/ home defense gun? Uspc or P2000? I don't like a safety, so a P2000 might make more sense. I've owned one in the past, but it was before I ccw'd...
Eta- Also I can get a new P2000 for $650, vs $700-$1100 for a used USP compact.
I have a .40 USP C and a 9mm P2000. To me, the P2000 carries a little bit better. But they're both great. The USP C trigger is better, but you get a universal rail and better ergonomics on the P2000. Honestly, I like them the same, and I'd get whichever was cheaper.

ETA: Pics:

Back when I carried the USP C cocked and locked. Now I carry it decocked, safety off to match the rest of my HK's. Also its got a lot more wear on it today, it gets abused



New P2000 from this past Black Friday


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Originally Posted By Ragin_Cajun:
Nice little piece, but it got replaced by a G26 for carry and the HK now does nightstand duty.

I want a VP9 in the worst kind of way, though
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The VP9 is gooooooood.


Link Posted: 1/18/2015 9:19:41 PM EST
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Originally Posted By 0PSEC:
There are much better weapons available
. DA trigger pull is way much. Reliable but not flawless feeding/ejecting. Mags are expensive. I actually have an HK flag for the man cave but actual use got me over the fan boy phase. It's a fine weapon but if you've got a few other HKs I wouldn't say you're missing out if you don't own a USPc.
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LOL.

Try operating a Sig or glock left handed.
Link Posted: 1/18/2015 9:28:30 PM EST
Cool gun but a dated gun. Hopefully a VP9 compact will arrive this year. Much lighter, thinner, ergonomic, better trigger, longer site radius, ambi controls, etc.
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Originally Posted By CaribouLou45:
Cool gun but a dated gun. Hopefully a VP9 compact will arrive this year. Much lighter, thinner, ergonomic, better trigger, longer site radius, ambi controls, etc.
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I can't stand the looks of the VP9. It's like a P30 was raped by an XDM ...
Link Posted: 1/19/2015 5:13:48 PM EST
I have a VP-9 and love it. I don't mind the looks, but it feels great in the hand, and it is a very nice shooter.
Link Posted: 1/19/2015 5:21:35 PM EST
Let me know when you get one OP, I have a spare light adapter I'm not using.
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Link Posted: 1/19/2015 10:36:26 PM EST
USP9C is top right. It's .45 cousin is just below it.
The others are wacky guns no one else likes.


Link Posted: 1/19/2015 10:46:42 PM EST
I got rid of my USPc and roll with the P2000 - I like them both really well, but P2000 fits a little better in the hand.
Link Posted: 1/19/2015 10:54:08 PM EST
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I say go for it. Somehow I got paranoid appendix carrying a Glock so I ordered a USPc on the last day of the rebate. LEM, V7. Long trigger pull and exposed hammer to ride while holstering reduces the risk of any ND.

I had it for one whole day before I shipped off the slide to get Heinie's installed on it. Can't wait to install the extended mag release and light FPBS and get out to the range with it. Then wait another 2 months for the holster to arrive...

What drew me away from the P2000 was the way the rental P2000 shot; the mag release kept on digging into my finger and I understand the triggers are slightly better in the USP series vs the P series. That, and I just liked the way the USPC looked a whole lot better.
Link Posted: 1/19/2015 11:13:29 PM EST
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Originally Posted By smokiexd45:
Let me know when you get one OP, I have a spare light adapter I'm not using.
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Wow, cool offer. Thanks!
Link Posted: 1/19/2015 11:15:21 PM EST
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Originally Posted By Manduck:
USP9C is top right. It's .45 cousin is just below it.
The others are wacky guns no one else likes.


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Nice collection you have there. I'm almost tempted to skip the USPc and save for a P7M13.
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