View Poll Results: Which one would you rather carry?

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  • P2000sk 9mm

    45 16.61%
  • P2000 9mm

    38 14.02%
  • P2000 .40

    42 15.50%
  • USP Compact .45

    146 53.87%
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    seen the movie, don't recall that scene. damn blockbuster online - watched too many movies and don't remember the good ones.

    gotta watch that one again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mw1311 View Post
    seen the movie, don't recall that scene. damn blockbuster online - watched too many movies and don't remember the good ones.

    gotta watch that one again.

    Heck yeah! Awesome scene!

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    I've been using it for my sig on like 5 other forums !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shipwreck View Post
    Before I bought a 1911 last year, I thought about buying one of these - but 1 - I hear they will be discontinued, and parts may be an issue in the future. 2 - I hear its not a gun U fire a lot of rounds thru at 1 session (heat and fouling in the gas chamber).

    And finally - the main issue - I won't ddrop that kinda money w/o at least firing 1 once. 1911s are still more or less the same, no matter what the brand. Before I spend that much cash - I wanna try one first. And, I know no one here w/ one.
    Quite sometime ago Massad Ayoob did a torture test on an early P7 model (precursor to the M8) and ran a documented 4000 rounds without cleaning except for wiping down the exterior to prevent any surface rust. About three-quarters of the way to the end of the test the slide would not lock back after the last round due to the gas ports starting to clog, but the gun kept on firing. When he stripped it the inards in his words were "as dirty as an engine that ran for 100,000 miles with no oil change" (a little over-dramatic)but the pistol never failed him. Despite stories to the contrary, these guns are extremely reliable.

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    Other than the comfertable fit In my hand, are there any mechanical advantages of the 92k over the USPc?

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    I prefer the H&K USP Compact in .45 caliber!

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    I voted the USP-45 Compact.

    Would rather have a HK-45c when they come out later this year.

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    You didn't add the P2000SK .40 ... !?! V2 LEM lol, that thing rocks


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    P7 or new P30............

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    HK

    Sometimes the USPC .45 and when going smaller, the PSK in .40

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    If your going to make me carry one of those darn things it will be the .45.
    Scott

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    I would take the .45 compact cause it's small and packs a punch

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    Why do so many perfer a USPc over P2000, and apparently regardless of caliber. I'd carry 9mm, and I like the fit and feel of both the USPc and the P2000, but isn't the p2000 slimmer thus better for concealment? What am I missing about the USPc?

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    Persoanlly, I really like the external safety the USPc offers that the P2000 doesn't.

    If I carried an HK, it would be my one and only USPc 40.

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    USP Compact .357 Sig

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    Is't the 45 the only of the 4 that has the roller lock bolt system?

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    P7PSP
    P7M8

    Long live the squeezecocker!

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    Not on the polling list, but my vote goes to the P9S - 45 cal. Narrow and comfortable to carry.

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    USPc in 357sig

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    Gotta go with the USPC 45. Till I pick up my USPC in >357 sig then they will rotate

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