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HK P2000 Reviews

Postby ActiveFan » Wed Mar 15, 2006 5:20 pm

The P2000 is a recoil operated, locked breech pistol, with modified Browning High Power style barrel to slide locking, and with buffering built into the recoil system, similar to the HK USP pistols. P2000 has polymer frame with intercangeable backstrap inserts (somewhat like the Walther P99), to allow ajustment of the grip to the hands of diferent sizes. The gun is externally sahped to be carried concealed with maximum comfort. P2000 also feature underbarrel acessory rails.

P2000 is available in three basic trigger configurations: CDA SA/DA trigger with decocker, classic SA/DA trigger with decocker and CDA (Combat Defence action) trigger withouth decocker or manual safety (also known as LEM trigger - Law Enforcement Modification, marketed in the USA in LEM USP Compact pistols).
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Postby stlcop » Wed May 31, 2006 5:17 am

i have had this weapon since it first came out. i use it for off duty you wont find a more sexier pistol than the p2000
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Postby dieter » Sat Jul 29, 2006 4:24 pm

I have a .40 SW. Never thought this gun could be so accurate. Is perfect! Very similar to the USP Compact but with no safety and smother lines, is a nice compact weapon excellent for carrying. It is very reliable and accurate, feels great in your hand. Totally worth the money.
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Postby dieter » Sat Jul 29, 2006 4:27 pm

I meant smoother.
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Postby Gunman1212 » Wed Aug 30, 2006 1:58 am

Well i dont have this gun My mother does she carries it to work with her i have used this gun it is accurate feels good and easy to work on
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Postby dedert51 » Sun Sep 10, 2006 9:39 pm

My girlfriend just bought a P2000 and we took it to the range and fired over 300 rounds as fast as we could load magazines. A great pistol, very accurate, and much better than the Taurus PT111 I bought to carry.
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Postby rabito85 » Sat Sep 30, 2006 4:25 am

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Postby babysigi » Thu Oct 12, 2006 4:22 pm

I just purchsed a .40 P200SK with the LEM trigger. This pistol is the definition of a carry weapon!!

I thought, and read, that the DOA - LEM would take some time to master since I shoot SA most times - wrong. After two magazines I was getting a 2-3 inch pattern at 15 yards. No mechanical problem, quite the contary, the action and trigger pull is extremely smooth. The recoil absorption spring must work well because the P2000SK kicks very little compared to other .40s of similar size.

After dealing with a Kahr P40 and a Kel-Tec .40 - both very disappointing - I have found a fun, accurate, reliable and handsome carry pistol that I would bet my life on - thanks H&K
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Postby Migs » Wed Oct 25, 2006 3:36 am

I have owned this pistol chambered in .40 with LEM/DAO since March 06 and have carried it nearly everyday since April 06. I use this firearm as a carry/defense weapon. I have fired approx 1000 rounds FMJ and 50 JHP (Ranger SXTs) without any malfunction. The most rounds fired at once without cleaning was 200. This firearm is extremely reliable (the most important feature of a carry firearm to me). I also chose this pistol vs. other, equally reliable pistols mainly on my ability to shoot it acurately without taking the time to aim with the sights. The way the pistol fits in my hand is comfortable, and naturally aims straight, the interchangeable backstraps help alot, the grip is thin compared to a Glock 23 or a Sig 229. The trigger is smooth and long. Following the first shot, the trigger only needs to return about half way before its ready to fire again. I found it easy to get into a rhythm of 2, 3, and 6 shot bursts. Recoil is more than manageable. Cleaning/maintaining the pistol is very simple (no trigger pull required to break down). When the slide is removed, there are only a few parts to clean, no tiny springs to worry about. I carry this pistol nearly everyday in a IWB holster at 4 - 5 oclock position and have never had a problem with printing. Overall, this pistol works perfect for me. Its reliable, shoots comfortably/accurately, and conceals well with my setup.
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Postby bchibb » Thu Nov 30, 2006 11:05 am

Mine is shooting 6 inches low at 10 yards. This is a new P2000SK right out of the box.

Any ideas?
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