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copdoc

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@Brad. Planned on helping buddy with coyotes using 1878 vetterli another buddy (shooting) helped convert to 44-40. Decent accuracy, no safety and I never converted bolt and carrier to use mag but quieter than a bb gun. Coyotes thinned out before I had time to help.


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UltraFudd

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So, not a HK, but a close cousin of the first HK (HK4). The folks who designed the Mauser HSc migrated over to the new H&K after the war and you can see the similarities between this and the HK4. The difference is that the HSc is heavier due to its steel frame. This one is in 7.65 Browning (.32ACP), and is nickel plated from the factory with an 8 shot magazine. I added the Mauser grips. They wanted the HK4 to be lighter, so it got an aluminum frame and all of the resultant issues of frame cracking when it was offered in 9mm Kurtz. Both pistols are a little large for the pocket pistol category, but a nice OWB holster makes for a comfortable carry piece.

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Guyanaman1963

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So, not a HK, but a close cousin of the first HK (HK4). The folks who designed the Mauser HSc migrated over to the new H&K after the war and you can see the similarities between this and the HK4. The difference is that the HSc is heavier due to its steel frame. This one is in 7.65 Browning (.32ACP), and is nickel plated from the factory with an 8 shot magazine. I added the Mauser grips. They wanted the HK4 to be lighter, so it got an aluminum frame and all of the resultant issues of frame cracking when it was offered in 9mm Kurtz. Both pistols are a little large for the pocket pistol category, but a nice OWB holster makes for a comfortable carry piece.

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I like it! Thanks for the background on the pistol and yes, I can the see the HK4 in it!
I have always had a weakness for SS!
M.
 

copdoc

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That is nice. I like the grips. This one is wartime, captured, with eagle L (police)

Pitted on this side. It looks like it was exposed to blood.


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AGG

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So, not a HK, but a close cousin of the first HK (HK4). The folks who designed the Mauser HSc migrated over to the new H&K after the war and you can see the similarities between this and the HK4. The difference is that the HSc is heavier due to its steel frame. This one is in 7.65 Browning (.32ACP), and is nickel plated from the factory with an 8 shot magazine. I added the Mauser grips. They wanted the HK4 to be lighter, so it got an aluminum frame and all of the resultant issues of frame cracking when it was offered in 9mm Kurtz. Both pistols are a little large for the pocket pistol category, but a nice OWB holster makes for a comfortable carry piece.

Very nice. ;)
And no cracking with use above .22 LR. :ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO:

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Thorpe

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