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03-31-2007, 16:50
Today at the Jackson Gun Show (which, no surprise...SUCKED)I handled (briefly) a USPc 40S&W. I have small hands and I was impressed with how comftable the grip felt. I'm pretty much a 100% Sig shooter (with a couple of Glocks in the stable as well) and I don't have any experience with the USPc. For that matter, I don't even personally know anybody who owns one. If I were to seriously consider getting one, it would be in either 40 or 357. I would be interested in a little feedback from those of you who like, and dislike, them. Obviously, a lot of it is strictly subjective (grip angle, fit in hand, etc), but any feedback on reliability, accuracy, company support, etc, would be appreciated.

04-01-2007, 16:01
I think Dauntless has a USPc... I'll ask him.

04-01-2007, 18:53
I have a H&K 45 USPc you can borrow and try if you wish.

Just let me know by PM.

Lest anyone wonder, it's not for sale.

I have only shot it about 50 rounds. I was using reloads from a Jackson gun show and one got stuck in the receiver. (The guy apparently failed to check the brass before reloading.)

I got it out and just never got back around to shooting it again.

I wanted to get to the gun show today, but was doing honey do's. I'm going to fewer and fewer Jackson gun shows and missing it less and less. The gun prices are way too high and I don't need any more glass figurines or books or jewelry or knives or camo.