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Discussion in 'Heckler & Koch Forum' started by writwing, Apr 25, 2010.
+ 1,000,000 on that! I think I may smell a troll? Do you?
I own 3 HK pistols. I have never had a problem with any of them and I'm sure that it will stay that way. People that like to bash HK are usually the ones that haven't owned one much less shot one. There are the people that will keep reassuring themselves that their lesser quality gun is ok in a endless mantra in an attempt to convince themselves that they actually believe what they are saying. I don't have to do that. I carry a HK, I carry the best.
And I only have to say it once!
For CCW, the choice is easy. P2000SK, I sold my old P2000 as the SK is more than capable for CCW distance with out the size.
I'm still highly interested in a P2000, even thought I bought the 45c and the G19. Every time I go to the gun store I think about just putting it down on layaway. Hopefully someone buys it soon.
Scrap the G19 and get the P2000!
I've had the USP, and still have a P2000 and P30. All three are amazingly capable weapons with the P30 being the best "service size" weapon, and the P2000 generally better for concealment. They are an evolution of the USP.
The P30 is, IMO right there with the G19 as the 2 best pistols in production today. The P2000 is very close also.
Next up for me is the HK45c.
They need to create a 15 round mag for the P2000. Yeah I know it uses USP Compact mags, but still, they need to do it.
For the 9mm, there's always a P30 mag. (won't fit flush).
How's the trigger on the 9mm P30...that is, 4#, 5#, short reset, etc? I haven't been able to find one to feel it.
Both my 9mm and .40 P30 LEM's were stock V2's and I changed the the springs to make them V1's. And they are both right at 4 lbs and are very nice. The reset isn't as short as a USP or HK45 LEM but for me after some practice and building muscle memory its a non issue.