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    Dean C.

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    So after fondling an SP5 for a solid half an hour at IGC this weekend I have made the executive decision to work a bunch of overtime to get both the Staccato CS and the H&K SP5.

    Why might you ask? Because I want to use it to H&K slap whenever I want because it’s fun.
     

    Expat

    Pdub
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    So after fondling an SP5 for a solid half an hour at IGC this weekend I have made the executive decision to work a bunch of overtime to get both the Staccato CS and the H&K SP5.

    Why might you ask? Because I want to use it to H&K slap whenever I want because it’s fun.
    Well done Dean, well done.
     

    63PGP

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    Aug 28, 2018
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    So after fondling an SP5 for a solid half an hour at IGC this weekend I have made the executive decision to work a bunch of overtime to get both the Staccato CS and the H&K SP5.

    Why might you ask? Because I want to use it to H&K slap whenever I want because it’s fun.
    I grabbed one of the SP5's from IGC this morning.
     

    Dean C.

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    I grabbed one of the SP5's from IGC this morning.

    Nice you pick up the K they had or the “standard” I am thinking the “standard” model myself as it’s the most “classic” IMHO, though I know the K is technically more desirable and rare.
     

    63PGP

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    Standard.

    I had a K previously, before they shipped with the 3 lug barrel and the paddle mag release from the factory. Sold that a couple years ago when the prices went nuts and someone offered a number I couldn't refuse. I always though that first purchase was a mistake once the new SP5's with the 7-8 inch barrels came out.
     

    Expat

    Pdub
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    I have the K PDW. I have been thinking I probably should have the big one also... So little money and time and so many guns I need...
     

    63PGP

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    I have the K PDW. I have been thinking I probably should have the big one also... So little money and time and so many guns I need...
    I found myself naturally gripping the pistol too close to the barrel with my K since I mostly shoot AR's. This one is much more natural to me.
     

    acd1010

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    Dec 18, 2018
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    The CS was my first Staccato. I got a P a couple weeks after it and picked up another P (used/trade) and a C2 on the same day. I no longer have a CS. I carry the C2. The CS IMO jut didn't cut it compared to a C2.
     

    kawtech87

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    Nov 17, 2011
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    So after fondling an SP5 for a solid half an hour at IGC this weekend I have made the executive decision to work a bunch of overtime to get both the Staccato CS and the H&K SP5.
    I actually used to have the MKE AP5 clone. I wish I hadn't sold it, but I needed (wanted) money for something else and let a buddy talk me out of it. Personally I'm holding out for the Staccato C model. 4-4.25" 1911 with an officer sized grip is my favorite all around 1911 style.
     

    Dean C.

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    I actually used to have the MKE AP5 clone. I wish I hadn't sold it, but I needed (wanted) money for something else and let a buddy talk me out of it. Personally I'm holding out for the Staccato C model. 4-4.25" 1911 with an officer sized grip is my favorite all around 1911 style.


    My ultimate set up right now is the CS and a C with a Steel frame. I am just waiting for them to actually make the C and in a steel frame. The new grip is that much of an improvement
     

    mcapo

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    East of Hoosier45 - West of T-dogg
    So after fondling an SP5 for a solid half an hour at IGC this weekend I have made the executive decision to work a bunch of overtime to get both the Staccato CS and the H&K SP5.

    Why might you ask? Because I want to use it to H&K slap whenever I want because it’s fun.
    Oh....I didn't ask why...I just knew I like the way you are thinking!
     

    Patched

    Plinker
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    Oct 4, 2021
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    Lake County
    The attached youtube video is from a guys coverage of NRAAM 2024. The rep at the Staccato booth (starting about 6:20) indicates that they are going to be transitioning (over years) the entire Staccato line to the CS style mags. I had been wondering about that - this is the first I have heard a confirmation of that. Makes me really want a CS now and a C or P later.

     
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