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    SIGCrazie is offline Junior Member
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    Here she is and I have a question.

    I just picked her up and bought her an accessory. What do you guys think?
    The spring has a slight bow in it. It still functions fine, but is this normal in the USP .45 EXPERT?

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    khellandros66 is offline Junior Member
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    Fixed the image so we can see it

    Cool, not sure its ok for a spring to bow, takea pic and show us.

    Cheers

    Bobby

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    Here's the spring.

    Thanks for the image fix, Bobby. Here's the bowing I was talking about.

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    khellandros66 is offline Junior Member
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    you guys keep copying the wrong link,

    http://img518.imageshack.us/img518/3...1690dr2.th.jpg <- is .th.jpg is only a thumbnail removing the .th depicts the below image.




    Cheers

    Bobby

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    Occram is offline Junior Member
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    Hello,

    The expert and full size USP models have a recoil compensation system built into the pistol and not a flat spring like the Compacts. The flat springs have a tendency to stay more level over time. This looks normal to me but if you want to be sure, send an e-mail over to cs@hk-usa.com and ask them. They usually get back to customers the next day.

    Regards!
    Mark~

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