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Discussion in 'Heckler & Koch Forum' started by barth, Nov 1, 2012.
HK45C and P2000 357. All LEM all the time...
Nice! I'm actually considering getting out of Glock all togther and picking up another 45C. I love this gun, it carries and shoots so well. 19 size, 45 hit, what's not to love. I know someone will bring up a G 30, had one and hated the grip on it. The 45C's grip was made for my hand.
Now to find somebody with a 45C with nite sites that wants a OD 26 with NS and 3rd gen 19 with nite sites...
I've been telling folks the same thing.
G19 size with 45 hit.
My HK45C is my EDC and favorite handgun these days.
Today at the range I fired boxes of ammo through my;
Glock G27 40-9mm,
Kahr Mk40 Elite,
HK P30 40 LEM,
HK P2000 357 LEM,
the HK45C LEM.
My tricked out Glock came in second.
But the HK45C was the clear leader of the pack.
That gun, in my hands, is just on a different level.
Thanks for the pics Barth. I have a hk45c at the top of my want list. I really like the grip on my p2000s and Usps but have never got to try a P30 or HK45 so we will see.
The Batman Grips on the P30, and full size HK45, feel dreamy to hold.
But I prefer the P2000 and HK45C grips for shooting.
GTs very own Deanna swears by her full size HK45.
So it's definitely a personal preference thingy.
HK P30 40 V1 and P2000 357 V1
Your hk45c has become your favorite ccw over the p2000 357sig? I bet your p2000 is not happy.
I have two P2000 357s.
And the twins are hot as a pair of hornets - LOL!
I love my 357s and they aren't going anywhere.
Of my four HK Light LEM guns -
The Big Dog HK45C has the smoothest, lightest, most crisp, clean trigger. Seems like my larger frame guns often have better triggers.
And I cheated with the springs on the HK45C.
The HK light LEM spring configuration, I believe,
is light FPBS, light TRS and heavy hammer.
That's how my P30 and two P2000s are set up (~4.5 lbs).
I used light springs for all three on the HK45C.
Gunsmith measured her at 3.9 lbs.
Soft shooting, deadly accurate and a trigger like butter.
She's just the sweetest thing.
Very nice indeed
I really like the HK45c (and HK45). I just wish someone would make an extended mag with more than ten rounds.