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Black, green, FDE, grey, post 'em up please. I got the H&K fever.. Cool H&K porn time. Thank you all.
 
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I'll play these have been around the net for a while.







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H&K Model 4


 
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Love them

 
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Aww man! Off to a nice start. That green compact is very nice. Lubs the P30 cslinger. I have seen a couple grey frame P30s on line for sale.
 
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I'll play with a super crappy photo: H&K P7M8 with MMC night sights and Roguard externals/NP3 internal/controls



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Nice P7 there. Those pistols have gained in value. I have seen one in my life time being shot. Guy was cleaning a plate rack at 25 yards. Very accurate little shooters. One Member here in Sig Forum has a huge collection of P7s.
 
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I bought it early in the first year of release:

I only wish I had pix of my three P9S .45s and my P7M8.


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Lovely pair Tooky13.
 
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Love the USP Z06. I nearly bought a used .40 cal once. And the devious black tallon fodder ta boot.
 
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How about the modern USPc the P2000 and a shout out to Dozer and Liontribe, the man is truly a craftsman, buy something from him. You will be happy.



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I would like to play. I have a few.








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^^^^Play? I think you won. Eek
Very nice collection. Which is the favorite? I still kick myself for trading off my USP9 I bought years ago. It was a police trade in that looked beat. It was big and bulky but man was that thing easy to shoot and accurate.
 
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^^^^Play? I think you won. Eek
Very nice collection. Which is the favorite? I still kick myself for trading off my USP9 I bought years ago. It was a police trade in that looked beat. It was big and bulky but man was that thing easy to shoot and accurate.

Thanks patw. Hard to pick a favorite but my 1980 P9S, USP 9 Expert and my two-tone P7M8 are at the top. HK makes good stuff. As far as value my USP Stainless Match 45 is worth about 3 times what I paid for it.



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Very nice line up hberttmank. The last USP pictured, is that a competition model. I've seen some rare ones on line which wear a adjustable rear sight. Yes the Expert is a great pistol. Mine was .45 Auto.
 
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Very nice line up hberttmank. The last USP pictured, is that a competition model. I've seen some rare ones on line which wear a adjustable rear sight. Yes the Expert is a great pistol. Mine was .45 Auto.


Thank you David. The last USP is a Tactical in 45 auto. It has a Jarvis barrel which is not threaded for a suppressor. I also have the factory barrel.



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Oops I missed one it is a 1983 P7



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18 replies and no one has posted a picture with a round loaded backwards in a magazine yet?

What kind of HK picture thread is this anyway?

What's happened to this forum? You guys are slipping!


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18 replies and no one has posted a picture with a round loaded backwards in a magazine yet?

What kind of HK picture thread is this anyway?

What's happened to this forum? You guys are slipping!

Here 'ya go crash Cool



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