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HK 9mm usp compact...cause I was a good boy


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Santa brought me a HK usp compact in 9mm...already put a reduced hammer spring in it and got a flat floorplate mag 10 rounder    We dont know what to do with all the rest of Santa's presents or the reindeer for that matter .cause Char unloaded on him with her 9 as he was going back up the chiminey....she was so freaked out about all the noise...she then went outside and killed Rudolf and his buddies with a 308....... so dont worry bout going to bed early and leaving cookies and milk out for him next year...just sayin    :) Wash






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DNP The research I did said that HK doesn't use pumkin on a pole/6 o'clock sight picture.....you must cover the bullseye/target with the front sight with it being inline with the rear sights

and it was true....the normal hold on our 1911's are target on top.....so if you do that with HK it will shoot low as I found out at the range.......cover the target and its right on,but it means a different sight picture from all our other handguns....soooo....to correct this on an HK I just ordered a 6mm front sight vs the 6.2 which is standard for 22 bucks....now the hold will be the same as our other toys........front sight punches out easy they claim 5 min job....can be bought at hkparts.com but its a heckuva gun aint it?

:) Wash

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