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Old 09-08-2012, 07:41   #1
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VIDEO: Shooting the World's Largest .45ACP Semi-Auto Handgun

It's a brick. It's the world's first and perhaps only crew-served .45ACP. You have to be about seven feet tall and weigh 400 pounds to conceal carry it. When you run out of ammo you can use it as a battering weapon.

It is, the one, the only, the world's largest .45ACP semi-automatic handgun, I present, the HK MK23!!

Anyone use one before? Here's the link to the video:


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I haven't fired one, but the "HK" brand usually means big bucks. The 1911 is about as big as I'll ever need.

Not to be disrespectful to your post, but I got turned off about HK's in any form years ago due to the snobbery of those who promote and sell them in gun shops. It's still the same today too.

The guns are probably very well made and do everything those guys say they will, but I can't get past their sales people acting like royalty selling to serfs.
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Originally Posted by hoplophile View Post
I haven't fired one, but the "HK" brand usually means big bucks. The 1911 is about as big as I'll ever need.

Not to be disrespectful to your post, but I got turned off about HK's in any form years ago due to the snobbery of those who promote and sell them in gun shops. It's still the same today too.

The guns are probably very well made and do everything those guys say they will, but I can't get past their sales people acting like royalty selling to serfs.

That's why I rarely buy anything from a local gun store! Mail order all the way, baby.
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