I had a chance to fire a USP 45 a few years back and though it was a little more bulkier than some other designs, it was extremely accurate to a point that I would still consider one. The tactical version with the slightly longer barrel and the "o ring" borrowed from the MK23 would probably be icing on the cake. Unfortunately since it has a threaded barrel, it is considered an Assault Pistol here in CA and would have to have been owned and registered with the Dept. of Justice before the end of Jan. 2001.
I will own a P2000SK in 9mm in 07
I have the USP tactical. It fit's my large paws rather nicely. It's probably the best handgun I own, at least firing wise.
I have been considering trading my USP Compact (40 S&W) for the same thing in 9MM. The parasthesia in my hands is getting a little worse and the compact is just too much for me in the 40.
I will but another H&K this, but I don't know which one just yet.
If the upcoming P30 had a safety like the USP, I'd sell my USPc to pay for one... Oh well.... I'd like a longer barrel, but not a fat grip.
USP Compact in .40sw
If all works out with the new USP Compact .45acp I am thinking of getting another in .40sw. Just thinking right now.
I don't have any plans to buy another H&K this year, but if I find a USP9C with a stainless slide for the right price, that could change.
CDNN still lists the USPc SS 9mm NIB.....
On another note...........
Well they already have one patented so you might be right
Originally Posted by Blkhawk73
HECKLER & KOCH GMBH (DE)
Primary Class: F41A9/27
Other Classes: F41C3/16, F41C7/11
International Classes: F41A9/28; F41C3/14
Also Published As: WO0133156 (A1);US6637140 (B2);US2002166277 (A1);CA2380446 (A1);EP1224430 (B1);DE29919092U (U1);
What is claimed is:
1. For use with a firearm, an assembly comprising:
a cylinder having a longitudinal axis, the cylinder defining a plurality of bullet wells and being structured to rotate around the longitudinal axis in response to a shot; and
an impact base positioned behind the cylinder to support bullets within the bullet wells, the impact base being rotatable about the longitudinal axis with the cylinder in response to the shot, wherein the cylinder is tiltable relative to the longitudinal axis.
Look at the complete patent and it's not a revolver as we all know them. It's more of a break open design like an H&R but with a revoling cylinder forward of the break point. It's also a long gun not a handgun. I like the concpt but don't see that coming to production status either. Also, notice the scematics on it. The views clearly show the cylinders in the cylinder. They're of a short action bottle necked design. I'm guessing .223. Another neat concept but in the past, that design of case has caused problems in revolvers. Maybe they figured something out.
Originally Posted by uncut
I think you missed the humor in my post....
Originally Posted by Blkhawk73
I did not pay much attention to the patent nor did I look at the scematics....
I just thought it was interesting and after the 10mm remark followed by the revolver remark I thought this was funny...
This is my first forum post here .... This week I will be picking up a HK USP 40 Competition Carry. 3 LE mags, FO front site, Novak rear in OD green. I have a 40c and sold a 45c. It is very cool. Harold H.
Since i'm still undecided i can't say for sure but I'm gonna be looking at USP45F, USP45C and P2000 .40
So many choices...limited gun cash....
Ultimately i'd like to get 2 Guns, Holster, ammo and a CHL for about $1500...that's gonna take some shopping.
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