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67raregt

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Some range time with your Hsc
« on: December 02, 2019, 11:44:47 PM »
Have you shot your Hsc lately? They are very accurate weapons!


I exercise my French made Hsc 6 times a year. In this session I fired 11 rounds at 16 ft with Speer GoldDot 60 grain ammo. They punch real clean holes. I usually take it every other month to the range along with my EDC.
The Hsc is just about the same size a Sig P-938 and just as accurate.




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Re: Some range time with your Hsc
« Reply #1 on: December 03, 2019, 12:16:42 PM »
Thanks for sharing.  I have not shot any of mine in a long time.   Maybe I ought to. 

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Re: Some range time with your Hsc
« Reply #2 on: December 06, 2019, 06:47:38 AM »
I guess very few Hsc owners shoot them. Too bad, there great weapons!

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Re: Some range time with your Hsc
« Reply #3 on: October 10, 2020, 06:17:00 AM »
Two years ago, I acquired a '70s Interarms .380 HSc. Then last Fall, an early wartime 7.65 model.
The .380 turned out to be a 'jam-o-matic', along with a very uncomfortable recoil.
The 7.65 was much better on both counts using it's one original mag, though when the slide locks back on this empty mag, it's a struggle to withdraw and while doing so, the slide slams forward.
I'm not really all that disappointed as I never planned either HSc to be my 'carry-gun'.


I did recently buy a spare 7.65 HSc mag online and this one locks the slide back properly, allows easy mag removal, and the slide stays locked back until the mag is reinstalled.
Unfortunately, I haven't yet made it back to a range to test with live ammo.


Happy Motoring,  Mark