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Posted: 2/18/2006 9:16:53 PM EST
recently i've been thinking about purchasing a new handgun. the last firearm I purchased was a Kimber 1911, about a year ago. I checked the WA laws and haven't noticed anything which would prevent me from purchasing a USP .45 tactical, but with understanding that the knowledge here is greater than what's published online by the state itself, I thought I verify w/ you guys first.

There's nothing against having a threaded barrel handgun in the WA state right?

Lastly, is there a restriction on magazine capacity for handguns in WA?

Thanks in advance.
Link Posted: 2/18/2006 9:21:28 PM EST
Threaded barrel fine
High cap mags fine.

H&K over-rated. imo
Link Posted: 2/18/2006 9:35:54 PM EST
USPs are nice. I am going to see when the compact tactical will be on the market and if they will offer it in the traditional variant 1. The LEO catalog shows it with LEM trigger and no safety or decocker. It doesn't say other options will be available.
Link Posted: 2/18/2006 10:42:11 PM EST

Originally Posted By STRATIOTES:
Threaded barrel fine
High cap mags fine.

H&K over-rated. imo

Thanks! I figured ... i've had just about every handgun out there, why not try a USP right? :D
Link Posted: 2/19/2006 5:41:21 AM EST
And while you are at it might as well get a Class II "can" to put on the threaded barrel.
Link Posted: 2/19/2006 8:33:36 PM EST
i have a full size usp in 45 and i love it. extremly accurate out of the box with any ammo i have bought or reloaded. and it feeds 185,200 and 230 great. unlike most 1911 that need ramp work to handel anything but 230.

you can try mine and see how you like it. i found my usp alot more accurate than a kimber i had.
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