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    Default HK single stack subcompact.

    Look what just hit the patent office.

    https://uspto.report/patent/grant/D918,328#D00000
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    Default Re: HK single stack subcompact.

    Not that final design has to follow the design patent exactly, but I'm not really interested in it. No paddle magazine release, slide release in the wrong location, just doesn't seem to do anything better than anything already out there.

    My dream carry gun list is:
    Double-ish stack (like is all the rage nowadays with the 365 and Hellcat)
    Hammer, or exposed striker that you can block while holstering
    Paddle magazine release
    Slide release big enough to hit easily, but not in a location you're likely to accidentally ride it
    Aggressive texturing, checkering preferred
    Light rail
    Optics cut

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    Default Re: HK single stack subcompact.

    Quote Originally Posted by TooBigToFit View Post
    Not that final design has to follow the design patent exactly, but I'm not really interested in it. No paddle magazine release, slide release in the wrong location, just doesn't seem to do anything better than anything already out there.

    My dream carry gun list is:
    Double-ish stack (like is all the rage nowadays with the 365 and Hellcat)
    Hammer, or exposed striker that you can block while holstering
    Paddle magazine release
    Slide release big enough to hit easily, but not in a location you're likely to accidentally ride it
    Aggressive texturing, checkering preferred
    Light rail
    Optics cut
    I agree with this initial assessment based on the drawings. Hell, it may not be something they're actually bringing to market. In any case, nothing that would compel me to move from P365 yet. They're a little late to the game, as usual.
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    Default Re: HK single stack subcompact.

    Quote Originally Posted by TooBigToFit View Post
    Not that final design has to follow the design patent exactly, but I'm not really interested in it. No paddle magazine release, slide release in the wrong location, just doesn't seem to do anything better than anything already out there.

    My dream carry gun list is:
    Double-ish stack (like is all the rage nowadays with the 365 and Hellcat)
    Hammer, or exposed striker that you can block while holstering
    Paddle magazine release
    Slide release big enough to hit easily, but not in a location you're likely to accidentally ride it
    Aggressive texturing, checkering preferred
    Light rail
    Optics cut
    I'm thinking you should patent that motherfucker!
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    Default Re: HK single stack subcompact.

    Quote Originally Posted by Justin///M View Post
    I agree with this initial assessment based on the drawings. Hell, it may not be something they're actually bringing to market. In any case, nothing that would compel me to move from P365 yet. They're a little late to the game, as usual.
    But at least HK really vets their stuff before sending out to the public... They don't have the teething problems other gun companies do. Curious how many rounds it will hold and have extra capacity mags available.

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    Default Re: HK single stack subcompact.

    Yet another striker fired gun. How about a single stack based on the USP?

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    Default Re: HK single stack subcompact.

    Quote Originally Posted by Justin///M View Post
    I agree with this initial assessment based on the drawings. Hell, it may not be something they're actually bringing to market. In any case, nothing that would compel me to move from P365 yet. They're a little late to the game, as usual.
    Totally agree here. I don't see me moving away from my P365 anytime soon either. Unless I decided to OC something bigger with a much larger capacity, which I don't see happening.

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    Default Re: HK single stack subcompact.

    Quote Originally Posted by esh21167 View Post
    Yet another striker fired gun. How about a single stack based on the USP?
    I would buy like 5 of those. No one has cared about us hammer guys. There's the XDE, but yuck.

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    Default Re: HK single stack subcompact.

    Quote Originally Posted by Pag23 View Post
    But at least HK really vets their stuff before sending out to the public... They don't have the teething problems other gun companies do. Curious how many rounds it will hold and have extra capacity mags available.
    Yep , the Nazi's have always made very efficient implements of death.
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    Default Re: HK single stack subcompact.

    Not to be a "killjoy" but when I first looked at the drawings- I said "man that looks like a Springfield Hellcat". When I clicked on the youtube video under Reference at the bottom of the webpage my suspicious were correct. It seems HK is trying to model a Hellcat. This outta be good. Sounds like a Patten infringement lawsuit in the making.

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