NorthWriter: @KnightBanneret Me too! When the world goes to hell, this is what I want on
mrpicky510: Oh my god look at that glorious beast! What a work of art. You know if I
can get one in California?
twelvgage1984: damn really? o well i would of looked nice anyways.
You're not on fire yet.: your name is scary and then in the middle of this video I'm mesmerized then
you're like "I can't wait to shoot this guy.." and I'm like 'omfg what no "
then I think about it..
Vasili Psihopedas: the point was to make the gun shoot subsonic so the suppressor could be
used effectively. also 10 mm and 50 ae are not going to be as available or
cheap for military use.
humans4targets2: @daniel55645 USP .45 comes threaded and is smaller, I have a video of mine
on here also.
humans4targets2: @DobermansRock lol yeah I have the tactical as well
Tommy Xu: great video. are there so my differences between the mark 23 and the mk23
Z0mb3h Hunt3r: That is what I call a Fanny Pack gun. Nothing like Operating whilst wearing
a Tactical Fanny Pack. :)
fireman1291: Just bought mine today! And ordered a AAC TiRant45 silencer. You going to
TACTICALOPERATIONS10: Can you truly fire 45super out of this pistol? then im sold
Longhammer37214: A work of Art. I must own one. I have the USP .45 Tactical, love it.
DobermansRock: Its a nice gun but I actually like the USP Tactical a little more. The USP
combines the safety with the derooster which is less to mess with. My big
gripe is these guns don't come from the factory with a thread protector or
picatiny rails. The only plastic guns I will buy are H&K. Sig makes one of
the best all metal tactical guns. And of course the 1911 will never fade
away or fail...
TheForge10: Finally none of those stupid airsoft fake replicas , want a review of a
Louis Kuhn: @LegendofHogger It's the other way around, dude. It's called a SUPPRESSOR,
not a silencer. You can't completely 'silence' a firearm, except in movies.
David Vu: you got an ugly thumb
squrelbate: @vaderisasoxfan No, the civilian ones have "MARK 23" on the side here in
the U.S. If you don't know what you're saying, don't try to argue against
me. Go buy one for youself, and then you can talk.
WhyMeee43: Why wast the money on a pop gun like that, if your not going to War?
jmmurdy: Is your favorite movie calateral
Brian Howard: its basically a USP on stairoids bad ass vid though man. did you shoot it
yet i hear that got some sort of recoil reduction spring in them?
tjohn1986: Your heavy breathing is very distracting. I am guessing you're very out of
shape. Thx for the review though
HUE JOHNSON: AS OF JULY 2010, HK HAS STOPPED PRODUCTION OF THESE PISTOLS. MY HEART
STOPPED FOR 3 SECONDS. DONT KNOW WHY, MAYBE A REPLACEMENT IS ON THE WAY,
BUT THIS THING SETS THE STANDARD, AND SETS IT HIGH.
DobermansRock: @WhyMeee43 Yeah the HK45 has some really good reviews. I say if you can
afford it and you don't mind plastic guns. Have at it. You won't go wrong
with a H&K. They make the only 9mm(MP5) I would(don't) own. The tactical is
a big gun but I am comfortable with it in my hand. The recoil is very
smooth and controlable. I HATE GLOCKS, XD's etc. Yeah you get something for
your money but I am a gun snob so I have legitimate gripes. I don't care
what police carry cause they don't shoot enough. .
the4armedmonk: @daniel55645 usp tactile, the mark 23 is made more rugged then the usp T.
falloutforever88: Put a can on that bad boy yet?
humans4targets2: @bigmo6907 Go with the usp 45 tactical....
squrelbate: I hate to dissappoint you, but that isn't the HK23 SOCOM... sorry. When HK
sent civilian models to the US for us to buy from the standard FFL, they
printed "MARK 23" on the side. When SOCOM received theirs, they said "MK23
SOCOM" down the side. I hate to be the one to tell you, but that's just a
standard MARK 23 worth about $1,200. The SOCOM is typically over twice that
Michael Anthony: damn the mk23 grip is like a 2x4
vaderisasoxfan: @squrelbate only the military mk 23s have socom written on them. the
civilian versions just have mk.23 on the slide.
DobermansRock: Good by HK, going to 1911...
twelvgage1984: i'd put a 1911 trigger on it, that would look badass!
Emilio s: I'm a huge fan of h&k bit there firearms are so damn expensive
gradeaaaplus: @maaachinima it didn't skip the ad
bigmo6907: Hey human4targets i got a question about this pistol. I really want a Mark
23 but the price on this gun is expensive but price is not the problem. I
just want to know if the gun is well worth the price or should i just go
with USP Tactical or could you tell me whats the differnce besides the size
of the gun. y
RANGECOACH1: you ain't secretly Brad pitt doing a research project for a character your
developing are you?
frankgon4: Any info on the HK45 (not the HK usp). ?
Bob Hill: Great review; I have always enjoyed your reviews, I find them professional,
informative, and unbiased; just the facts. Do you plan to buy or build a
silencer for your Mk23 (is that legal in Ohio?) Also, is the Mk 23 smaller,
lighter, and thinner than the 1911A1? I enjoyed hearing about the origin of
your username and I commend you for standing up for your rights and not
letting yourself get intimidated by politicians or the public. I'm glad you
didn't get hurt by that man with the bat.
Jay Martin: A 1911 trigger is for a single action semi-auto and isn't made for a double
action semi auto. I have a Kimber 1911 and a HK-45. Thats why I would know
it wouldn't work.
Xytaglyph: look up some comparisons between the guns, the biggest reasons that i can
see are accuracy and durability as well as overall ruggedness of the
systems. The Mark 23 is much thicker and stronger in a lot of the areas
such as the slide and the polymer hand grip, also the barrel is longer, and
statistically the weapon has tested for over 30,000 round durability with
one weapon firing 15,000 rounds in succession without a single ftf or fte.
Other than that, its a fanboy thing I suppose.