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Discussion in 'Heckler & Koch Forum' started by barth, Dec 14, 2012.
Heckler and Koch P2000SK 40 Light LEM
Very nice Barth. I like those HK's, I see you added the pac grip sleeve and all your missing now is an after market barrel
EXCELLENT! Congratulations. Makes me want to replace my G27.
Congrats Barth, I have a SK 40cal but not in LEM. It is one of my favorite's.
Great choice! Congratulations!
Congrats, Barth! I thought that the big HK45 was next in your list? You doing the Light LEM mod on this one?
Had XS Big Dot NS, extended mag release and Light LEM springs installed.
The trigger is perfect and the gun shoots outstanding.
Tried 180 gr Speer GDHP Short Barrel and Winchester Ranger T-Series 165 gr ammo.
Have some Corbon 135 gr 1,325 fps JHPs arriving shortly.
The gun is a very soft shooter and will run any self defense ammo easily.
I'm very happy with my new purchase.
These premium H&K guns shoot near match accurate right out of the box.
But with my well know barrel issue;
I did buy two OEM 40 S&W barrels for my twin P2000 357s.
And also added a OEM threaded HK45CT barrel for my HK45C.
I'll never sell my tricked out Talo EXO G27.
But this H&K P2000SK IS her carry replacement.
The P2000sk and the Glock 27 are the only two subcompacts that I would ever carry if I needed a subcompact.
As far as subcompacts go, the P2000sk and the G27 are the best of the best and I wouldn't trade either of them for anything.
OK, now you're just taking the fun out of my gun swapping/buying.
Very tempting ......
I may get one.
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Those are the only two sub's that I would carry.
That's not to say there is anything wrong with any of the others. There isn't. I just prefer the P2000sk and Glock 27 over the other ones for many reasons. Most of which have to do with the way the guns fit me and how they handle.
Great choice, congratulations.
I know....I'm just sporting with you. I do indeed like my G27. I tend to shoot very well with it. Surprisingly so since it's a sub compact.
Very nice. I just bought a V2 in 9mm last week (Xmas present for myself). I am considering the lighter trigger as well. Where did you get yours done and how much did that swap run?
Light LEM (V2 conversion to V1) is just swapping two springs
FPBS & TRS
You can do it yourself.
Or give the instructions and parts to any good gunsmith.
Shouldn't cost more than $55 labor and the springs are cheap.
Thats awesome, thanks for posting this