Caleb Cotto: This or p226 tacops they are both nifty just one is a different caliber but
it's for open carry
Bbzije1: Consider this set up for the hk45c. Lem trigger, medium backstrap, talon
grips. I dont know your reason for owning this firearm but from what you
say and what I see from this video, you may benefit from these simple mods.
JACKSONLEWISOFCANADA: for smaller handed shooters which grip do you recommend?
SURE SHOT: Great stuff!!!
dillon sanford: also how do you like your p2000 thinking about picking up one of those as
well for conceal carry
dillon sanford: great review, looking to pick one of these up, i just wish they put that
spiderman grip on there like the full size but none the less i will take
your word for it on the CT
ajfam871: Nice vids. I debating getting an HK soon I just cant decide which to get.
If you could only have one which would it be out of the HK45, HK45c, and
the the P30?
01AceAlpha: I see an H&K 45C, but where is the CT..... Looks like you just added a
threaded barrel. Not the same as an actual CT, different slide, slide
SerenBeatz: finally after 4 mins you put the proper mag in it.
PolarBearCO2: At 2:52 you say this has a right hand twist. HKParts.net states "New HK
German 45 Caliber Tactical Thread Protector fits all HK 45 full size &
compact barrels threaded 16mm X 1mm left hand twist." Cheaper Than Dirt
also has the thread protector for $12.xx and states "New HK German 45
Caliber Tactical Thread Protector fits all HK 45 full size & compact
barrels threaded 16mm X 1mm left hand twist." So, you have the handgun in
your hand. Is it really a right hand twist as you say or is it a left hand
twist as CTD and HKP say?
puresureshot: Did you purchase your HK45c from firingline in Westland
SURE SHOT: Yes and it comes with the AAC suppressor, Bad ass lol.
HKmanlp1: If CCW is your main purpose I would just buy the standard HK45c and add
nite sights. Why screw with trying to conceal the extra barrel length. For
me the grip is okay, but I did end up adding grip tape to the sides. Makes
a night and day difference in my opinion. This gun is meant to be used for
a suppressor/duty purpose. It would make a great home defense gun as well.
Vito Calo: Advance Armament Tirant 45s all the way!!!!!!!!!
702CitizenArmory: hum... very interesting, I knew that there were still using the P226 thats
why I was a little confused for a second, Thanks !
DailyChannel: I just wanted you to know. If your trying to get a Triant AAC or EVO-45
there sold out for the non-standard thread pattern on your HK45. The
standard pattern on the 45acp guns is 578x28mm thats what my FNP-45 tac
had, My glock wolf barrel & my Sig p220 elite TB. So FNP-45 Tac $1399.00
Higher Sights, Barrel nut, 15+1, Optics Plate, HK45 Tac: $1368.00 No
Suppressor sights, No Barrel nut, 11 Rounds max,
aychkay: I just got my hk45ct today! I love it. Good review
HKmanlp1: Yeah mine is an actual HK45ct, not one of the dubbed ones. You could make a
regular HK45c into one like mine, but you will end up paying more than
buying the HK45ct straight up in most cases. My HK45ct was made in 2009.
DailyChannel: are you getting the silencer for it?
HKmanlp1: Variant 1 is the standard safety/derooster HK setting. It has a lever on the
left side of the pistol. With this lever if you push it all the way up it
puts the weapon on safe. When the lever is flat it is ready to fire. When
the lever is pushed all the way down it deroosters the pistol. On a Variant 3
you no longer have the ability to place the weapon on safe. The lever only
acts as a deroosterer. The nice part of the V1 is it gives you the ability to
carry roostered & locked like a 1911.
HKmanlp1: No I have a place in the grand rapids area I use for all my gun purchases.
DailyChannel: Also that crapty green letters TRU DOT! I put black sharpie on it
Dubtak: Any more video? You still there?
HKmanlp1: Well I still am not a huge fan of the stock grip. But it is a very reliable
pistol. And it exudes HK quality.
Sip Angutti: Beauty! I love airsoft and ordered the mp7 didn't like the mag release but
guess ill suck it
kowa45: Nice Choice...Navy Seals just went to that gun.
Iñaki Klutch: Dude you gotta post more videos with the silencer. EPIC gun... my dream
Imdefaninja: If you decide to sell it let me know. I don't executive protection in Vegas
and I run an M&P45 would like to upgrade abit
skatepunk71: Thank you.
Stu Bur: I like both the HK45 and HK45C. I have the HK45 and I find it is even
compact enough to conceal with some care. If I were to buy the HK45C I
would put a slip on Hogue grip on it although it feels fine as it is. I am
looking for a LEM kit for my HK45 but the Variant 1 lever is okay. Both are
great guns. I prefer them over the also great USP.
navyman8903: mmmmmm. I love that gun. After the money settles from the group buy and a
few other things I am working on, I will probably get one.
HKmanlp1: Yes they are using it. It is called the Mark 24. It virtually replaced the
HK Mark 23. Seals are still using the sig P226 as well.
HKmanlp1: I have submitted my suppressor paperwork to ATF for my tax stamp. We'll see
how long it takes!
ROUGHNECKROGERS: Great vid. If you ever find yourself in the Grand Rapids area I own you a
yamrz500: Awesome looking H&K and i love the standard .45 the only draw back i don't
like the night sights! When the H&K USP .40 came out i put some tru dot
night sights on and they are lit all the time when i pull out the 45 in the
dark you have to use a light to charge them,But i'm like you and really
love H&K as you know ! Keep that suppressor in Michigan and away from
Illinois your laws go forward and we go backwards!
HKmanlp1: Well I am never selling this pistol, but I feel your pain. Just about
anything would be a better option than a M&P imho.
HKmanlp1: Yeah I'm hoping to get in on that group buy myself
hyzerponix: Great video! Fellow native Michigander here, been looking at the 45 Compact
for my first venture into 45acp. I currently have a P2000 V3 in 9mm and
hell yes-- HK all the way indeed!
jeff steeve: The HK45CT grip is way better for IWB carry in my opinion.
HKmanlp1: Yeah still here, had a daughter recently and she consumes all free time. I
have plans to make some.videos. I will be doing one on recent pickups I've
had. P7M8, P7M13, HK45T, and a Springfield TRP 1911.
Jeenius IAMa: is it a p30 which uses .45 acp instead of 9mm ?
misirloupowerslide: 1 guy doesn't know what H&K stands for
skatepunk71: Great video man! I was curious on what you think of the Mark23? I'm either
going to get that or thisHK45CT for my next purchase. What do you think?
702CitizenArmory: are the SEALS really useing this gun ? this is the 2nd time I have heard
someone say this on youtube.
TheSololobo: I had an expensive learning curve when it came to pistons, finally
settlling down with H&K. Now I'm finding myself replacing my guns with
H&K's of the same caliber. And I completely agree about the mag release,
once you get used to this platform its hard to go back- as it lend itself
to a smoother reloading procedure IMO.
ksk583: ugly mag
jack: what is the best suppressor for these?
Bryce from Missouri: The short answer is yes. They do have this in their arsenal (they also have
a suppressed Buckmark in their arsenal). The fact is, the Seals can pretty
much carry what they want as a side arm. They can also customize their M4
however they want. They are issued the p226 as he said. I know a Seal that
used a USP40. He told me there is basically a list of approved side arms.
They don't exactly get to choose from it, but if they have a custom gun of
their own, it might be OK'ed by the CO.
SprawlnbrawlFFA: Seals use whatever they want lol, I read in various books written by
different seal members use Glocks, Sigs, HK's and even PPK . But their
official issue side arm is the Sig 226
BCandD73: nice! Wish they put out a fill-size hk45 tactical too.
HK45CT (Compact Tactical) Review/History4.8
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