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07-14-2013 12:01 AM
st1264 HK45 ... in OD Green, couldn't resist
07-13-2013 02:03 PM
Cdwright
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I ordered the Full Sized model...
Still a great weapon.
07-13-2013 01:50 PM
st1264 I ordered the Full Sized model...
06-19-2013 12:26 PM
Cdwright
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Range use only (pretty well all a civilian can do with a pistol in Canada). I don't have a compact pistol right now and have had my eye on this one (OD green frame).

Also want new wheels, Harken hoist and car audio for my JKU... So I am just weighing my options here. The pistol you mentioned is very expensive I think...
Have talked to military guys that love the USPc. Having smaller hands, wish I would have gotten the c.

You are correct, the Mark 24 is not cheap.
06-18-2013 09:43 PM
st1264 Range use only (pretty well all a civilian can do with a pistol in Canada). I don't have a compact pistol right now and have had my eye on this one (OD green frame).

Also want new wheels, Harken hoist and car audio for my JKU... So I am just weighing my options here. The pistol you mentioned is very expensive I think...
06-18-2013 08:58 PM
Cdwright
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I'm in the market for a HK45c compact and wondering how it compares in recoil and grip size compared to the full sized HK45. I currently own a S&W 645 & Sig 220 in 45 which I really like, shot a few 1911's but liked mine better. Also have as my lone .40, a HK USP that I really like. Just wondering if anyone can put the HK45c in perspective for me.

I owned a Sig p239 9mm and that had a tiny grip, but was surprisingly comfortable for me and I have large hands. Wondering if the HK45c's grip is also comfortable for someone with LG hands.

Feel free to PM me if you like. Thanks.
What are you doing with it? Have you looked at a Mark24, newer sibling of the 23?
06-18-2013 08:47 PM
st1264
HK45 vs HK45c Recoil/Grip size... anyone shot both?

I'm in the market for a HK45c compact and wondering how it compares in recoil and grip size compared to the full sized HK45. I currently own a S&W 645 & Sig 220 in 45 which I really like, shot a few 1911's but liked mine better. Also have as my lone .40, a HK USP that I really like. Just wondering if anyone can put the HK45c in perspective for me.

I owned a Sig p239 9mm and that had a tiny grip, but was surprisingly comfortable for me and I have large hands. Wondering if the HK45c's grip is also comfortable for someone with LG hands.

Feel free to PM me if you like. Thanks.

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