I now have a USP LEM in 9mm

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  1. slamdunc

    slamdunc JAFO

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    I've had a Sig Sauer P938 listed on Armslist for about three weeks. I get a hit on it Thursday morning, a fellow who lives two hours away saw my list of trades and sends me pix of a LNIB HK USP 9mm with the LEM (trigger, Jet-Funnel and 3 LE magazines). I had to add $100 to make the deal go, but it was well worth it.

    Five years ago, I would have never even experimented with the LEM trigger because I had this notion that it was a double-action only trigger and I wasn't having any part of that. Then I research it a little and actually shot one, but I was too cheap to spend the $150 for the kit from HK. I just got home, and I may well end up wearing the darned thing out just playing with the trigger.
     
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    Congrats on your new HK.
    Shoot it well.
     
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    Very nice. I really like my LEM P2000 and agree that the trigger is amazing compared to all the other DA semi-autos I own. The fact that you also scored well with the jet funnel and 18 round mags makes it even a sweeter deal.
    Did the previous owner mention if it was a Match or Hybrid LEM?
     
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    slamdunc JAFO

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    No, I have the original invoice and it isn't the match version. The H&K label reads: USP9 LEM W/JET FUNNEL, 18RD MAGS, NS
    When I got the first photos from him, I thought it was a V2 and was in the process of ordering a LEM kit from HK. I was almost doing cartwheels across the parking lot when I saw the tags. Not to mention, it's been a safe-queen (up until now).
     
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    Congrats on a great pistol
     
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    Nice find. Since HKs are kind of pricey most people take good care of them.
     
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    Nice Trade.....give a range report soon !!!!!
     
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    Congrats!


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    HK LEM and Sig DAK are both easy for me to shoot. I even like a Kahr K9 trigger. They would all be easy to master for newer shooters.
     
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    I had one, converted it to LEM and shot about 7k rounds thru it. Sadly I let it go and now on the hunt for another. I already have mags, a jet funnel and LEM kit, hell, even some holsters......just need one to pop up at a reasonable price. Great shooters for sure.
     
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