HK45 with customized trigger

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  1. Phillyfan

    Phillyfan
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    http://www.triggerwork.net/usp.html

    Have a HK45 (not a USP) to sell. This was sent to Bill Springfield for a full trigger job (set screw, reset reduction, accuracy upgrade, lightened pull weight). If you have done any research on these you will know that they are nearly perfect, except for the trigger which is not great out of the box. This was supposed to be the last .45 I would ever need or want. Anyway, enough sob story.

    It comes with all the original paperwork, box, and two 10 round magazines. Has the HK night sights. Also will include the 10 rounds of Gold Dot hollow points currently loaded in the mags. Has around 450 rounds through it. Never a failure of any kind, so comfortable to shoot, and the most accurate .45 I have ever fired.

    If you have been looking for one of these, trust me, this is the one you want. Buy a new one and you will just send it out for the same work I had done. This saves you the shipping and some of the cost of the trigger work.

    Price is $1000. If you look around a new one will run you between $950-1050, so I am basically giving away the work I have had done. This is better than new.
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    Make offer, bump.
     
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    bump
     
  4. III OZZY III

    III OZZY III
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    Is this sold yet??? If not I would like to talk... Very serious about buying... Please let me know...
     
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  6. Kdawg2607

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    Are the night sights tritium or the Luminova stuff?
     
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    I know they are the stock ones that came with it, and they glow. Here is the link to HK regarding the pistol. I couldn't find what the material is, sorry.

    Heckler & Koch - USA
     
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    Easy way to tell...Do you have to "charge" the lights or are they always glowing?
     
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    You have to charge them.
     
  10. BigNickShooting

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    It's Luminova ... they're not tritium ... You have to "activate" them to really glow ...

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    bump didn't work
     
  13. Phillyfan

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    btt
     
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