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    Where do I get a .357 barrel from?

    I wanna make my USP a .357. Wheres the best place to get the barrel from?

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    I am not sure. Have ya checked over at HK pro?

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    No but thats a good idea.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mdnitedrftr View Post
    No but thats a good idea.
    Yes it is! Those guys know everything. I bet ya you could find a Jarvis one. They seem to be the best aftermarket bbl out there for HK

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    After reading a bunch of posts I think you're right.

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    If you become a member at HKPro.com you will be able to purchase right from HK. They have been selling alot 40SW and 357sig barrels.

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    If you're still looking for one, I bought my factory .357 Sig barrel for my USP-c from Cal's Sporting Armory. Not sure how often they have them in stock, maybe I just got lucky...
    http://www.calssportingarmory.com/HK...ccessories.htm

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