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Old 05-16-2013, 18:03   #1
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Glock 19 = Which HK Model?

Which HK model is most closely comparable to the Glock 19? Likewise, which would be most like the G23?

What do you get for 1.5 to 2 X the price of a Glock?


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Old 05-16-2013, 18:49   #2
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Which HK model is most closely comparable to the Glock 19? Likewise, which would be most like the G23?

What do you get for 1.5 to 2 X the price of a Glock?


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IMO, the P2000 falls into that category, and since it is available in .40 and 9mm, it covers both. As to the second question,
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Old 05-16-2013, 19:40   #3
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Yes, the P2000 line would be most similar to the compact GLOCK line.


I have a LOT of GLOCKs, and my EDC is a 26. But I do have some HK, and you get a fit and finish that is top shelf, fully ambi controls, many different trigger options, and a smooth accurate shooting gun right out of the box.


Here is a 23 with a P2000:

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Nutnfancy does a nice comparison
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Old 05-16-2013, 22:46   #6
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I too own a lot of Glocks and other brands of pistols. My hands down choice for serious EDC is a HK P2000. Superb pistol in every category. Bill
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Old 05-16-2013, 23:12   #7
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Which HK model is most closely comparable to the Glock 19? Likewise, which would be most like the G23?

What do you get for 1.5 to 2 X the price of a Glock?


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I have a 19. And a USPc .40 which is currently being sold.
The USPc has the safety and decocker which some prefer.
The P2000 does not. Might just have the decocker on some of them.

As far as what you get?
A lighter bank account.

It's personal preference as to what you'd like for the money. My USPc fits my hand better than a compact Glock with the finger grooves.
The grooves on a full size Glocks are better.
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Old 05-17-2013, 00:09   #8
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I too own a lot of Glocks and other brands of pistols. My hands down choice for serious EDC is a HK P2000. Superb pistol in every category. Bill
Same here. The P2000 is my EDC pistol. I have the G23 and it is very similar in size to the P2000.

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Old 05-17-2013, 00:34   #9
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USP Compact or P2000 are going to be comparable in size.

The big decision when getting an H&K is knowing whether or not you want a hammer fired pistol. If you do, and you want a polymer frame pistol, then you want an H&K.

After that pick caliber, model and trigger configuration.

The cost difference over a Glock is peanuts if it's the right pistol for you.
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It's personal preference as to what you'd like for the money. My USPc fits my hand better than a compact Glock with the finger grooves.
Are you selling the USPc because of the safety? You could get the LEM conversion for it. When I got mine conversion, it was $79, though I haven't priced one lately. Ultimately, I converted it back, because I had a P2000 LEM and wanted the variety (but I am not selling the kit at this time).


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The grooves on a full size Glocks are better.
OMG YES. I find the G19 / G23 such an awkward gun in general (even my GEN 2 without finger grooves). I can't shoot them worth a darn, yet the full size I can shoot really well.
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Either the P2000 or USP Compact.
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