HK 45C variant question
Recently, I purchased a P30 in 9mm. I've grown accustomed to the Glock and Walther PPQ triggers, so having a DA/SA trigger in the lineup is something I've had to work on. I have gotten significantly better with it and would now like to add a .45 to the group. I already own a 1911 and would certainly consider a 4" carry model for my next .45, but now that I have spent some time with the P30, I'm more interested in looking at the HK45C. I'm well aware that the frame is based on the P2000 as opposed to the P30 and I'm fine with that. I can't seem to find the variants available for the HK45C. Every time I find one for sale it is either a right handed only safety lever or the LEM. I've had LEM type triggers before and I know I won't like that. Being left handed I find the DA/SA decocker model variant 3 of the P30 to work for me.
Is the DA/SA decocker available for the HK45C?
Thanks in advance.
Most of them are I've seen for sale are DA/SA decocker models. That's what mine is.
Go download the CDNN catalog and find the HK page.
You can pick up the ambi safety lever for that as well pretty cheap (for Hk stuff).
Since I bought my HK45c a couple years ago, the rest of my pistols sit in the safe.
Ouch... just saw the link below. I don't remember the safety levers being $49.
I guess that's the price you pay for being a lefty. Better than being burned at the stake like the old days!!
awesome guys thank you