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hoghunter82
03-10-2012, 19:02
I have not owned a .45 for many, many, many years. Considering clearing out the 9mm and going 45. Last time I had a 45 it felt like a 4 pound hunk of steel. With all of the polys out there I'd love to get a feel for what would be considered the BEST. With the cash from my 9s I could likely get a very nice firearm. So what is it. The one poly .45 you must have?


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PettyOfficer
03-10-2012, 19:05
So what is it. The one poly .45 you must have?

Keep at least one 9mm and get a G21, 30 or 36

G30Mike
03-10-2012, 19:13
The Glock 30 is my favorite .45 ACP pistol hands down. 10+1 capacity and semi compact. If you would rather have a full size, the Glock 21 is a fine choice too.

nastytrigger
03-10-2012, 19:14
I'd vote Glock 21 SF or Gen4. I love my Gen3 G21.

I liked the feel of the S&W M&P45 and Beretta Px4 Storm 45, but I don't own either, just played with'em at the gun shop.

HAMMERHEAD
03-10-2012, 19:23
My favorites in order, Glock 30, USP 45, HK45, Glock 21.
I would really like to try an XD or XDm in .45 auto.

adamg01
03-10-2012, 19:27
The big three that come to mind:
1. G21, G30, or G36
2. Hk45
3. M&P45

plouffedaddy
03-10-2012, 19:31
In order IMO:

G21SF
M&P45
FNP 45 Tactical

DeLo
03-10-2012, 20:13
21 hands down.

bac1023
03-10-2012, 21:10
Probably the HK45

brisk21
03-10-2012, 21:24
Glock 21 Gen4.

Gdirty5
03-10-2012, 21:31
Hk45, Fnp tactical, hk usp tactical, mark 23, m&p45

glock2740
03-10-2012, 21:39
Love my XD45.

TSAX
03-10-2012, 21:53
Many good choices here, G36, G30, G21, HK45, XD45, XDM45 I have fired and really like






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racer88
03-10-2012, 22:02
Love, love, LOVE my FNP-45 Tactical. I can't compare it to others, since it's the only .45 I've owned.

Bald Baron
03-10-2012, 22:17
XD's are really nice, EAA's have a lot of kick. Kahr CW45 are not bad at $380 or so. These are the poly .45's I have owned.:wavey:

Joenpb
03-10-2012, 22:23
2006 Golden Bullseye Award Winner Handgun of the Year, Springfield XD .45 ACP.

http://www.nra.org/Article.aspx?id=5227

Still works great & hold 13 in the well.

http://i197.photobucket.com/albums/aa95/joenpb/XD-45/47c8-1.jpg

hoghunter82
03-10-2012, 22:31
H*ly Cow, just checked out .45 auto ammo prices. I may just hold on to my 9s !!

Reb 56
03-10-2012, 22:35
XDm .45 Compact gets my vote.

ksmedman
03-10-2012, 22:37
Another vote for the XD45!

Love mine, about 2K rounds so far, no issues at all.
XD45 Tactical w/S&W Micro90 weaponlight. It's what is on my bedside table as I post:

http://s385.photobucket.com/albums/oo294/ksmedman/XDpic1.jpg

ViennaGambit
03-10-2012, 22:38
Glock 30 for me with some 21 mags.

I cant justify the increase in size and weight going to the Glock 21 just for 3 more rounds...

http://i292.photobucket.com/albums/mm33/harry1922/54864c88.jpg

NEOH212
03-10-2012, 22:44
HK 45 or the HK 45c. Or anything HK for that matter. :supergrin:

Accept no other. Accept nothing less. :cool:

Bruce M
03-10-2012, 22:50
H*ly Cow, just checked out .45 auto ammo prices. I may just hold on to my 9s !!

I was going to mention a potential increase in ammunition cost. I would also be curious as to the purpose of the pistol as for something carried all the time, smaller size and lower weight might be more important.

Also sometimes having guns in different calibers can be useful when there are shortages of ammunition.

rahrah12
03-10-2012, 23:15
G21SF, P220 Carry, HK45C...no particular order

Kimura
03-10-2012, 23:17
HK 45 and HK 45C by far.

blastfact
03-11-2012, 00:01
I'll keep my M&P .45 FS. Shot it today. What a pistol. :)

TalkToTheGlock
03-11-2012, 00:23
My Hk Mark23 is the best polymer .45 ever made in my opinion.

There are other great options but my Mk23 is the one.


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Inebriated
03-11-2012, 01:58
Well I don't think there's really a "best" out there, but my favorites are my 21 Gen 4, My Sig P250 Compact (yeah yeah yeah, it's been a great gun for me), and the 30.

Gary1911A1
03-11-2012, 05:33
H*ly Cow, just checked out .45 auto ammo prices. I may just hold on to my 9s !!

Unless you plan on reloading, .45ACP ammo is going to run about 1/3 more than 9MM. I believe if you use a good self defense 9MM load you don't give up much for self defense if that is the original reason you want to change from a 9MM platform to a .45.

Based on my experience with my hand size the Glock 21 and FNP45 are to large for my hand let alone for conceal carry. The Glock 30 will work, but I think the M&P45 and the HK45 Compact are better. Try going to a well stock rental range where you can try various pistols to see what works best for you. Good luck.

pitt1011
03-11-2012, 08:16
Best for what? What you're going to use the pistol for will determine recommendations. For CCW, I would recommend a G30, a HK USPc, or a HK45c. I would recommend a G21 (of any variety), a HK USP, or HK45 for a full size gun for home defense, nightstand gun, or a range toy.

TN.Frank
03-11-2012, 08:58
H*ly Cow, just checked out .45 auto ammo prices. I may just hold on to my 9s !!

Yep, cheap stuff is about $20 bucks a box. That's why I handload, ammo prices don't bother me that much once I get a supply of brass on hand. I cast my own bullets too so primers and powder is all I'll have invested. That way I can load up a box of 45acp for about $3/50.
I've had my equipment long enough so that it's price isn't a factor in my reloading anymore.
I just need to find a good source for Once Fired 45acp brass. CenterFire Brass is out of stock at the moment but they did have it for $60/1K plus $11 bucks flat rate shipping so I'd be looking at $71 bucks for 1000 cases, not too bad.
One nice thing about a 45acp, if push comes to shove a good flat point cast lead bullet will still be somewhat effective.

Oh, and to answer the question, I'd figure if the PX4 Storm in 45 was anything like the 40cal that I had it'd be a good gun. My buddy John has an HK USP and he loves it but I think they look blocky. Glock 21SF is always a good way to go too if you don't mind a striker fired handgun. Of course you'd have to get a Lone Wolf drop in barrel if you'd want to shoot lead reloads.

bac1023
03-11-2012, 09:04
My Hk Mark23 is the best polymer .45 ever made in my opinion.

There are other great options but my Mk23 is the one.


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I think its the best quality polymer 45, but its big for practical purposes. I've got one myself.

HKLovingIT
03-11-2012, 12:32
Striker Fired:

M&P 45
G21

Hammer Fired:

HK USP .45 Full Size
HK USP Compact .45
HK 45C
HK45
FN

DWCT
03-11-2012, 13:40
Glock 21 Gen4

NVGlocker
03-11-2012, 13:51
Glock 30sf would be my first choice. The HK USP 45 Compact or HK 45C would be a close 2nd.

EL COLONEL
03-11-2012, 14:39
HK..........:supergrin:

bac1023
03-11-2012, 14:52
HK..........:supergrin:

I think HK makes the best polymers in any caliber.

PaFrank
03-11-2012, 15:33
For me, M&P 45c. Haven't got an HK........ yet........:wavey::cool:

bac1023
03-11-2012, 15:35
For me, M&P 45c. Haven't got an HK........ yet........:wavey::cool:

S&W makes a great polymer as well, but I prefer HK.

itstime
03-11-2012, 16:03
HK45 for sure

tuica
03-11-2012, 16:23
Glock G37....The most elegant, best handling 45 made by the Austrians! Cheers.

bac1023
03-11-2012, 17:12
Glock G37....The most elegant, best handling 45 made by the Austrians! Cheers.

There's no way elegant and Glock should ever be mentioned together.

Z71bill
03-11-2012, 17:27
S&W makes a great polymer as well, but I prefer HK.

I have 3 M&P pistols and zero HKs.

Is there something specific about the HK you like better?

I keep jumping around between G21, M&P45 & FNP45 - maybe I should give HK a closer look.

Wyoming
03-11-2012, 18:38
Own one H&K USP and two USPc in 45 ACP. Another USPc in 9mm. Great pistols from the start. Never failed to fire ever.

PaFrank
03-11-2012, 19:56
S&W makes a great polymer as well, but I prefer HK.
I hear ya.....but.....the coinage wasn't there yet........:crying:
I've fondled and caressed them, errr, I mean handled them at the lgs and I agree they are uber schweet..........:cool:

bac1023
03-11-2012, 20:21
I hear ya.....but.....the coinage wasn't there yet........:crying:
I've fondled and caressed them, errr, I mean handled them at the lgs and I agree they are uber schweet..........:cool:

Yeah, they aren't exactly cheap.

Veedubklown
03-11-2012, 21:43
Glock 21SF and a 50GI conversion slide. IMHO. If your going to carry a big friggin pistol, it might as well be the biggest! Why a .50? Cause they don't make a .51!

Feanor
03-11-2012, 22:03
I have 3 M&P pistols and zero HKs.

Is there something specific about the HK you like better?

I keep jumping around between G21, M&P45 & FNP45 - maybe I should give HK a closer look.

Well yes, it's on the cover of a video game! I think you'll be very hard pressed to improve on your G21, especially if you were to switch over to an HK45, which is, bigger, heavier, bulkier, holds less ammo, more complicated, crappy trigger, oversized controls, to high of a bore axis resulting in significant muzzle flip, more parts, harder to find parts for, and a longer wait for them, and last but not least, just about double the price!

You should go rent one and put five hundred rounds through it, do that, then you'll have a realistic point of reference. If you can't afford to do that, then you can't afford it, period. :cool:

crazymoose
03-11-2012, 23:12
There's no way elegant and Glock should ever be mentioned together.

From an engineering perspective, the simplicity of the design is quite elegant.

fnfalman
03-11-2012, 23:47
Beretta PX4 Storm.

tuica
03-12-2012, 12:55
Elegant in this (Germanic) way! From an engineering perspective, the simplicity of the design is quite elegant.

TalkToTheGlock
03-12-2012, 14:51
Well yes, it's on the cover of a video game! I think you'll be very hard pressed to improve on your G21, especially if you were to switch over to an HK45, which is, bigger, heavier, bulkier, holds less ammo, more complicated, crappy trigger, oversized controls, to high of a bore axis resulting in significant muzzle flip, more parts, harder to find parts for, and a longer wait for them, and last but not least, just about double the price!

You should go rent one and put five hundred rounds through it, do that, then you'll have a realistic point of reference. If you can't afford to do that, then you can't afford it, period. :cool:


I ordered numerous parts for my USPs and Mark23 (thread protectors, sights, V2 conversion kit) from hkparts.net and had no problems and fast service.

They are cool in my opinion. They shoot better than a G21 in my opinion and are far more accurate when paired against the G21 when I take them out.


More expensive or not, they both are polys. But they are in two different leagues. Both are the best in their level. I just think Hk makes a better product.







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TalkToTheGlock
03-12-2012, 14:52
Double post. =(




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mykylg30
03-07-2013, 17:13
The Glock 30 is my favorite .45 ACP pistol hands down. 10+1 capacity and semi compact. If you would rather have a full size, the Glock 21 is a fine choice too.
+1 i love my glock model 30. i can hit bottles at 25 yards pretty easily and get tight groups. i also want a glock 21 (the large framed .45) but i like the 30 because i can still hit stuff,carry it, and the 21 only holding 3 more rounds than the 30 is kind of dissapointing considering the size difference.

RCP
03-07-2013, 17:33
Springfield XDm .45 compact. Holds 9+1 in compact form or 13+1 with the full length mag. Accurate, reliable and just overall well built.

Swamprattler
03-07-2013, 19:40
For me the order would be; HK 45c, HK 45, Gen 4 G21m, and G30.

bunk22
03-07-2013, 19:45
Beretta PX4 Storm.

I don't know fnfalman and though I disagree with him on almost everything, I have to agree here :supergrin:

bmoore
03-07-2013, 20:08
Glock 21SF

tbc
03-07-2013, 20:33
This

http://img.tapatalk.com/d/13/03/08/uqa2a2e3.jpg


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Scrappy
03-07-2013, 20:36
Hold onto your 9s and get a 45 too.
G30. G30SF. G30S
Anyone is awesome

I hate HKs oversize controls, hate the mag release location. hate the cost of parts, and hate that they are double the price of a G30.


The G30 has proved itself, its been noted that it shot 3/4" group at 25 yards. The G21 is a little over an inch group.
I don't think the HK can shoot better then that for double the price.

deguelo
03-07-2013, 20:54
do you mean besides the hk 45/45c?



regards-- deguelo

moeman
03-07-2013, 22:47
[Anyone have a PX4 in 45? I really think the 9mm PX4 I have is > my XD I own and Glocks I shoot.

In 45 I only have alloy and steel but have no adversion to poly 45s...
http://www.handgunsmag.com/files/2010/09/hg_1207_01main.jpg

UselessEnergy
03-07-2013, 23:09
The XD/M platforms are nice, BUT the bore axis is higher than Mt. Everest and that makes double tapping a harder task with a 45acp

M&P platforms are wonderful, nice ergonomics and dependable (theres a model with a thumb safety too if im not mistaken)

Glocks are obviously proven, but they are pure function and offer little leeway for user comfort

My vote:

HK USP 45 Expert
FNH FNP/X 45

docholliday1
03-07-2013, 23:25
I've had several, XD45C, S&W M&p45C, Kahr PM45, then a G19 and now my carry gun is a Glock 36. Only had it a week, more compact than a G21 or 30 but may add a 30SF down the road. just depends what u want to do with it.

BenjiEDF
03-08-2013, 01:29
"considering clearing out the 9mm" What does that mean? ... anyway

My vote goes for a G30SF or Gen 4 if that's your thing. It's fairly lightweight, comfortable to shoot and wear, and really accurate. The ONLY thing I don't like about mine is the price of ammo! :2gun:

Tombo 65
03-08-2013, 07:59
If you reload, I would vote for the G37 or G38. Both are excellent pistols. I agree that the G37 is an extremely elegant handgun. All of the front slide serations, custom milling, and dodads that other manufacturers put on their pistols strike me as unnecessary and therefore pretty awkward.

That being said, I have been eyeing an M&P45. I like the feel of the M&P line better than the grip girth on the G21 or G30. I can shoot the G21 & G30 just fine, but I really dislike the feel of the grip on Glock's 45acp and 10mm pistols.

I think I'll wait until I can actually handle a Ruger SR45 before I purchase a new 45cal poly gun, though. I love the feel of Ruger's SR line, and the trigger pull on all of the ones I've handled and shot has been significantly better than out-of-the-box Glock or M&P triggers. Nice ergonomics, very low bore axis, and great sights.

WT
03-08-2013, 08:19
HK USP .45 Compact, Variant 9.

moonwilson
03-08-2013, 08:25
HK45 or FNP 45 Tactical. I've handled and drooled over both. I had a G21SF and hated it. I gave it to my brother, who loves it. It just did not fit my hand at all. I couldn't shoot it worth a hoot. It's the only Glock I've ever shot that I didn't care for.

Personally, when it comes to 45s, I'll take a SIG P220 every time. Not polymer, but aluminum framed and definitely not overly-heavy or bulky. That's the only gun I own two of because I like it so much. Though I think an HK would give it a run for its money. I own a nice 1911 because every American man should, but I don't like the control system. DA/SA or striker fired for me. None of that "cocked and locked" nonsense.

Darkangel1846
03-08-2013, 09:27
I have not owned a .45 for many, many, many years. Considering clearing out the 9mm and going 45. Last time I had a 45 it felt like a 4 pound hunk of steel. With all of the polys out there I'd love to get a feel for what would be considered the BEST. With the cash from my 9s I could likely get a very nice firearm. So what is it. The one poly .45 you must have?


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Tactical Hip gun...FNP.45
CCW Glock 36
JMHO :wavey:

Glock 23 Nutter
03-10-2013, 10:58
1. G36

2. HK45




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NEOH212
03-10-2013, 15:40
Probably the HK45

No question about it. No other poly gun can touch HK!

:cool:

mtbinva
03-10-2013, 15:49
Glock 30sf would be my first choice. The HK USP 45 Compact or HK 45C would be a close 2nd.

+1 I love my G30SF Gen3

Glockcubed
03-10-2013, 15:56
G21gen 4

G30SF

or

G36

barth
03-10-2013, 15:56
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ChiTownPicaro
03-10-2013, 16:01
I like the HK45 myself. The gun just feels like it was made for my hands.

NEOH212
03-10-2013, 16:36
They are cool in my opinion.

They are.

They shoot better than a G21 in my opinion.

They do for me to. Weather it's the gun or they way they fit me I don't know but they show better accuracy in my hands than any Glock I've ever had. That speaks for itself.



More expensive or not, they both are polys. But they are in two different leagues. Both are the best in their level.


Yes. I agree.




I just think Hk makes a better product.

They do. :cool:



When it comes to polymer there is HK and there is everything else.

Hk is in a league of their own that so far no other polymer gun can touch. Weather it be because the other manufactures are unwilling to do so or they can't, they have absolutely nothing on HK.

Kozel
03-10-2013, 17:13
Hk usp

ETNSHOOTER
03-10-2013, 20:46
Glock 30sf......hands down. In the $550 to $650 price range of course.

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*ASH*
03-10-2013, 21:24
hk....

mjkeat
03-10-2013, 23:19
Glock or M&P. If you're looking for something extremely small look into the XDS.

Never been a fan of the XD/XDM. The slide sits to high making it impossible to get close enough to bore axis taking away from controllability.

Cole125
03-11-2013, 00:12
Glock 21sf, no question! Very soft shooting 45, accurate and easy to shoot well.

donovan655
03-11-2013, 05:48
Px4 gets my vote. very soft shooting for a 45.

And the ergonomics are nearly identical to the other caliber's frames.

There are alot of good options though: G21, M&P, HK, Sig 220.

SDGlock23
03-11-2013, 08:25
My vote: Gen4 Glock 21.

LA_357SIG
03-11-2013, 08:39
FNP-45. By far my favorite of any .45 I've owned including 1911's.

http://i90.photobucket.com/albums/k252/chrisq_01/FILE0318.jpg

Sharkey
03-11-2013, 09:06
Didn't read all 4 pages so someone could have mentioned it:

EAA is going to release a Poly 1911 very soon. I saw it at Shot Show and thought it was pretty slick.

That said, I am partial to my M&P45C. Perfect size, soft shooter, and pretty accurate.

Kozel
03-11-2013, 09:52
Didn't read all 4 pages so someone could have mentioned it:

EAA is going to release a Poly 1911 very soon. I saw it at Shot Show and thought it was pretty slick.

.



Somebody is about to make plastic version of Model T!

Yeah!!! Now there is something to get all exited about!

ColdSteelNail
03-11-2013, 10:30
My M&P 45 full size is right up there with my P220 in accuracy and reliability and is much lighter. I still like my P220 best in case I decide to beat my assailant to death.

"Cold Dead Hands" !
03-11-2013, 11:36
The new G30s or S&W M&P.
As slim as their 9mm guns, but hold 10 rounds of big ole 230grains 45 acp
What more can you ask for in a 45 !



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Sharkey
03-11-2013, 12:33
Somebody is about to make plastic version of Model T!

Yeah!!! Now there is something to get all exited about!

Yeah no one wants 1911's anymore?! How SA and Kimber stay in business is beyond me?

pat701
03-11-2013, 13:19
How about a 12 to 14 round Sig Sp2022 45. If we are lucky maybe Sig will produce one!!:cool:

Kozel
03-11-2013, 18:18
Yeah no one wants 1911's anymore?! How SA and Kimber stay in business is beyond me?

If somebody would still make Model T there would be fan club adding nitros, spoilers and wide wheels for them.

Few months ago my BOL came over with his brand new Sig 1911. He fired one magazine from it. It jammed only once and made decent group. I gave him my old USP which he never fired before. He mage a group half the size of his super duper 1911 and it did not jam. He is looking for USP ever since even though I got mine for half the price of his 1911.

Not very bright but have to love him since my sister does. 12 >7 by the way.



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bimmer2325
03-11-2013, 19:49
USP


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attrapereves
03-11-2013, 21:05
Px4 gets my vote. very soft shooting for a 45.

And the ergonomics are nearly identical to the other caliber's frames.

There are alot of good options though: G21, M&P, HK, Sig 220.

I love my Glock 20 (same size as 21), but my PX4 45 feels much slimmer in the hand.

12131
03-11-2013, 22:48
Best poly .45?
I have owned G21 in various gens, HK USP45, HK45, Ruger P97, FNH FNP45.
Best one for me is the USP45, and that's the only one I still have, in the Tactical model.

maddawg
03-11-2013, 23:32
How about a 12 to 14 round Sig Sp2022 45. If we are lucky maybe Sig will produce one!!:cool:
i would be on that like a fat kid on a cookie!

countrygun
03-11-2013, 23:35
How about a 12 to 14 round Sig Sp2022 45. If we are lucky maybe Sig will produce one!!:cool:

Heck, to keep the same size in the grip frame, I'd be happy with a single stack.

countrygun
03-11-2013, 23:39
If somebody would still make Model T there would be fan club adding nitros, spoilers and wide wheels for them.

Few months ago my BOL came over with his brand new Sig 1911. He fired one magazine from it. It jammed only once and made decent group. I gave him my old USP which he never fired before. He mage a group half the size of his super duper 1911 and it did not jam. He is looking for USP ever since even though I got mine for half the price of his 1911.

Not very bright but have to love him since my sister does. 12 >7 by the way.



.

I'll bet if your USP was being copied by a dozen different companies that made their own different alterations to it, then it probably wouldn't have reputation with most people any better than your feelings about the 1911 design.

Sharkey
03-12-2013, 07:33
If somebody would still make Model T there would be fan club adding nitros, spoilers and wide wheels for them.

Few months ago my BOL came over with his brand new Sig 1911. He fired one magazine from it. It jammed only once and made decent group. I gave him my old USP which he never fired before. He mage a group half the size of his super duper 1911 and it did not jam. He is looking for USP ever since even though I got mine for half the price of his 1911.

Not very bright but have to love him since my sister does. 12 >7 by the way.



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Wow someone drank the 1911 haterade. They are a terrible design. I guess that is where so many companies make them. If EAA made a poly CCO version, I'd order one. Some folks have small hands and still want a big caliber so they get a 1911. Those folks shooting IPSC must be real dolts. To think I trusted my life for 8 years with a SA Govt. model. What was I thinking? Thanks for shedding the light.

maddawg
03-12-2013, 15:12
Heck, to keep the same size in the grip frame, I'd be happy with a single stack.
damn good ideal, now if only sig would make it.

GIG4FUN
03-12-2013, 15:43
HK 45 or the HK 45c. Or anything HK for that matter. :supergrin:

Accept no other. Accept nothing less. :cool:

HK 45 and HK 45C by far.

HK..........:supergrin:

I think HK makes the best polymers in any caliber.

HK45 for sure

do you mean besides the hk 45/45c?



regards-- deguelo

No question about it. No other poly gun can touch HK!

:cool:

I like the HK45 myself. The gun just feels like it was made for my hands.

They are.



They do for me to. Weather it's the gun or they way they fit me I don't know but they show better accuracy in my hands than any Glock I've ever had. That speaks for itself.






Yes. I agree.






They do. :cool:



When it comes to polymer there is HK and there is everything else.

Hk is in a league of their own that so far no other polymer gun can touch. Weather it be because the other manufactures are unwilling to do so or they can't, they have absolutely nothing on HK.

hk....


well, here I come in as well! (AND I did not catch all the other recommends for HK as I was thinking I had tagged too many...I see i had!)

I recommend HK :wavey: too


but my Glocks are great and have their purpose, and I love this forum and realize I'm in a forum for Glocks - sorry.

brisk21
03-12-2013, 22:19
If somebody would still make Model T there would be fan club adding nitros, spoilers and wide wheels for them.

Few months ago my BOL came over with his brand new Sig 1911. He fired one magazine from it. It jammed only once and made decent group. I gave him my old USP which he never fired before. He mage a group half the size of his super duper 1911 and it did not jam. He is looking for USP ever since even though I got mine for half the price of his 1911.

Not very bright but have to love him since my sister does. 12 >7 by the way.



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12 won't beat 7 if I get some of my 7 there first. Just sayin.:tongueout:

moeman
03-12-2013, 23:17
well, here I come in as well! (AND I did not catch all the other recommends for HK as I was thinking I had tagged too many...I see i had!)

I recommend HK :wavey: too


but my Glocks are great and have their purpose, and I love this forum and realize I'm in a forum for Glocks - sorry.

Bhaaa! I used to have a USP and liked my XD"s better so I sold it, now I have a PX-4 and like it better than the XD's.

I simply don't get the woodies guys here have for HK poly guns (I do like my P7M8)... Subtract $200 and they start looking better. But in the end HK is > than Glock and XD's or any other poly gun by their value point? Better accuracy--maybe... Better reliablity-- I don't think so... Ergos, not for my hand/eyes...

BTW: the only fair way to access is compare polys w/ the same barrel length.

I never have shot a SW M&P Poly but they look good and get solid reviews... That's one I will test against my PX4, XD's, Glocks (friends I shoot not my own) and my Star Ultrastar (dead company--great gun).

RMTactical
03-13-2013, 10:40
Glock 30S or 30SF