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7.62mm Crusader
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That's a cool story of your P7. That would be a keeper right there. I will go for the more modern poly frame H&K. Finding what I want in a local shop is a different idea. Anyone have more USPs to post? Would like to see them.
 
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That's a cool story of your P7. That would be a keeper right there. I will go for the more modern poly frame H&K. Finding what I want in a local shop is a different idea. Anyone have more USPs to post? Would like to see them.


I’ll give you good deal on a like new VP9 Tactical.... just taking up space in my safe.






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This thread needs a MK23 to be complete and so do I,lol. I was so hoping to get one this year but the cost of ammo and the gun itself is a little more than I care to spend/afford right now, but maybe one day...
 
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Love that big gun patw. Ive never seen one but on line.
 
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This thread needs a MK23 to be complete and so do I,lol. I was so hoping to get one this year but the cost of ammo and the gun itself is a little more than I care to spend/afford right now, but maybe one day...


I have that same train of thought every few months. I wish I jumped on one a few years back when they were ~1500 on the used market. Seems they're about a grand more now.
 
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here is my anime blaster. the VP9 is one of my favorites.

dozer



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here is my anime blaster. the VP9 is one of my favorites.

dozer




I am picturing you bumping into EVERYTHING and EVERYBODY with that thing. “‘Scuse me, pardon me, sorry mam, pardon me, no I’m not happy to see you, oooo sorry did I get you in the eye?”

Smile. Razz


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yep, she is a big one with that huge magazine. i keep that one for the nightstand. this is my fun range gun, so i kinda went crazy with it. i even made a full leather gunslinger type rig for it. these are the things that happen when you put somebody like me in kornteen for too long.

dozer



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I’ll be honest....I get it. Love the gunslinger setup. Very retrofuturistic.


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thanks. i may or may not have been re-watching all the Firefly episodes around the same time. Shiny!

dozer


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Posted these two a few years back. Still have them.


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Posted these two a few years back. Still have them.

Nice! There is that MK23 we been looking for!



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On the bottom USP at a quick glance it looked like you had a Hole saw bit on the end. It took me second and in that second all I could think was ...... why, there has to be a story. Smile then it hit me. Smile

Still now I kinda want a hole saw bit muzzle device....kinda a redneck/Appalachian standoff device. Razz


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[QUOTE]Originally posted by cslinger:
On the bottom USP at a quick glance it looked like you had a Hole saw bit on the end. It took me second and in that second all I could think was ...... why, there has to be a story. Smile then it hit me. Smile

Somebody once asked me why I spent spent so much on another piston (MK23 muzzle threads are opposite twist direction of the Tactical threads) It was actually cheaper in the long run when you consider the $1,200 cost of another KAC suppressor plus another $200 tax stamp and another 5 to 9 months wait on the ATF. Got that Tactical piston in 30 days of purchase.


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Dozer, whats with the trigger in your VP? Is that how they come from H&K?
 
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7.62mm Crusader
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Posted these two a few years back. Still have them.

Nice! There is that MK23 we been looking for!
Nice pair of USPs. The MK23 is the bunk. I could save a while longer and get one of those. Eeeh maybe not.. Big Grin.
 
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DavidLee, that is a lobos custom trigger. VP pistols have a nice trigger from the factory, but i wanted just a bit more. it really improves the feel. i highly recommend them, just understand they are not like a glock. they are bit more involved to install.

dozer


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Thank you sir. It has a very nice contour.
 
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Beautiful pair Carl. Really pondering the USP guns.
 
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