I brought HKs and Glocks. 9/40/45.
I never thought the 40 was all that snappy and never understood how people thought it was snappier then the 45.
What I found was......
G22 vs HK USP 40c. Both felt about the same. Like shooting 9+P. Not much more recoil then the 9. A little slower but not buy much.
HK USP 40c vs HK P2000 40. Not snappy but the P2000 had more felt recoil in my hand. Possibly due to the shape of the grip. The P2000 has a more aggressive palm swell where as the USP has almost no palm swell.
P2000 9mm vs G19. Glock hands down. Soft shooting, very little recoil. Where as the P2000 9mm had more felt recoil then the G22 or the HK USP 40c, even though it was in 9mm.
Glock 21 vs Glock 21 (45acp). Yea I know same thing. One was being tested cause it was new and the other one had sight adjustment. But they both had more recoil then the 40s&w
I was going to bring a Sig 228 as well but I have to get new grips before giving it a fair shot. As of now the OEM grips dig into my thumb.
From my findings.
-The G19 was the smoothest 9mm
- 40s&w is not much more snappier then the 9
- HK P2000 is 9/40 has the,hardest felt recoil
- 45acp recoil harder than the 40s&w
Ammo used was
-9mm 124gr Aquila, PPU, ZVX
-40s&w 180gr Meg tech, Geco
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