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Posted: 9/17/2004 1:58:12 AM EDT
Any of you guys have any significant trigger time on one of these...especially one in .40? I handled one the other day and kinda liked the way it felt and handled. Are they making it in .357Sig yet?

Link Posted: 10/3/2004 5:58:34 PM EDT
I want both versions and am looking for some feedback myself, have you found out anything?
Link Posted: 10/4/2004 1:28:51 AM EDT
Nothing substantive. Some gushing pap over at HKPro by guys who have apparently only held one, but that is to be expected since they think God invented H&Ks. First one I see with a good price tag in .40 I'm gonna buy and find out for myself, I think. I am not crazy about the ambidex slide catch but can probably live with it.
Link Posted: 10/4/2004 7:39:54 AM EDT
Link Posted: 10/4/2004 5:09:07 PM EDT
Got one and really like it. And yes, God did invent Hk's.hrilledesp is your left handed. Traded in a Kahr p9 because after the initial
problems with the p9 I didn't feel like I could depend on it for a carry gun.
I have shot it pretty extensively, and like my current and previous USP c,
never experienced any functionality issues.
Has less felt recoil than the P9 and is a tad slimmer than a comparble
size glock. Never liked the wide on glocks for carry. Love the trigger once
I got used to it and the Kahr p9 HAD a great DA trigger.
Link Posted: 10/5/2004 1:49:44 AM EDT
Thanks for the info, NoComp. I will probably have one myself before too much longer. I sold my G27 because it was just too wide, and I had stopped carrying it at all. Guess I will see if the slight difference of the little H&K is worthwile.

Link Posted: 10/17/2004 1:04:22 PM EDT
I picked up a P2000SK in 9mm and love it! Super accurate for such a small weapon and the LEM trigger is sweet! I picked it up as a replacement for my P232 Sig. Not that there was anything wrong with the Sig, just 380 is not my best idea of a man stopper, plus the P2KSK has less recoil, 11 rounds of 9mm instead of 8 rounds of 380, and is the same size. I had a PM9 Kahr also but parted ways with it. Just not comfortable to shoot, hence I didn't shoot it well. I can conceal the P2KSK even with a pocket holster without major problems. With an IWB holster it totally dissapears. Get one, you'll like it! Also, there are pics of mine in the handgun forum. The HK pic thread.
Link Posted: 10/20/2004 7:10:53 PM EDT
I've got a .40 P2000 that replaced my USP compact 9mm, and as far as the trigger pull goes it takes alot less pressure to fire than my 9mm. The first shot is stiff but after that it's very light.
Link Posted: 10/23/2004 11:14:08 AM EDT
I was looking at them yesterday and was pleasantly suprised. I at first thought that they were another sissy gun brought out for the PC police departments, but actually, they seem quite well designed for concealed carry. I think the USP is a heck of a gun, but these seem to be refined even more.
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