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    Quote Originally Posted by ArLEOret View Post
    Tunnel rat, that ammo carried 13 as opposed to 8 is something I have been considering. I used to think that since I have retired (10 years ago) 8 would be enough for most situations. But alas that is changing nowadays. That is why I bought the 13 round mags and the XGrip adapters. Now I shall follow advice mentioned here and get the proper holsters. Will order after the Holydays.
    It's a very big difference, and as you said the P2ksk can use those mags too. I owned a 239 for a while. They shoot much better than their size would suggest. But frankly they're not very efficient for their size.

    Best of luck with your new pistol!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barth View Post
    This is one long thread.
    I'm dyslexic and can't possibly wade through it.
    I own two factory P2000 357 LEM guns (with 40 S&W barrels).
    And a factory P2000SK 40 LEM (with 357 Sig Barrel).

    The crazy thing is the SK has less felt recoil.
    A better trigger.
    And I shoot it better than the P2000 guns.

    The SK will run P2000 mags with X-Grips.
    And P30 mags too.

    It's great in 40 S&W.
    But even better in 357 Sig.

    I'd take my SK hands down every time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 9mmSteve View Post
    The P2000 and P30 are very close in their parts, so even if the P2000 goes away someday, it's not like you'll struggle with parts or something.

    Here are some pictures I snagged off the internet, 99% chance they are from members on here... there is also a comparison with the SK, as that's sure to come up. The P series is all pretty much the same in size, the P2000 will have a little less height in the bottom, making it a little easier to conceal. The SK is even easier. All can take the P30s 15 round mags. The P2000 uses 13 rds from the USP compact, they also work in the SK (many use them with a grip extender), and the SK has it's own mags that are too short to fit in the others (but I can use the other two)

    Personally I really like the look of the P2000. A lot.

    (The last three pictures are between the P2000 and the SK)
    P2000 with mag inserted is same height as P30? I took a tape measure to my P2000 and top of sights to lip of mag is 5.5", slightly taller than P30!

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    Quote Originally Posted by igs View Post
    P2000 with mag inserted is same height as P30? I took a tape measure to my P2000 and top of sights to lip of mag is 5.5", slightly taller than P30!
    Holy necroposting, dude.

    Yours probably has the extended fingerest mag.

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    I went to the P 2000 to get away from Glocks. I sent mine in to Lazy Wolf and got an excellent action job from them. It is now my edc. You will not be disappointed with it. I use it to shoot IDPA matches and it is now my edc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Herb View Post
    I went to the P 2000 to get away from Glocks. I sent mine in to Lazy Wolf and got an excellent action job from them. It is now my edc. You will not be disappointed with it. I use it to shoot IDPA matches and it is now my edc.
    Forgot to say I find the P 2000 much safer to use than a Glock. Glocks are easy to shoot but also easy to have an accident with.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Herb View Post
    I went to the P 2000 to get away from Glocks. I sent mine in to Lazy Wolf and got an excellent action job from them. It is now my edc. You will not be disappointed with it. I use it to shoot IDPA matches and it is now my edc.
    What trigger variant is yours? I just got a good deal on a P2000 V3 and I am considering converting it to a V4.1CH with decocker.
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    Quote Originally Posted by timesplitter88 View Post
    What trigger variant is yours? I just got a good deal on a P2000 V3 and I am considering converting it to a V4.1CH with decocker.
    I am a bit unsure of the exact variant. However, it is da sa with a decocker on the left side of the back of the left slide. I hope that helps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Herb View Post
    I am a bit unsure of the exact variant. However, it is da sa with a decocker on the left side of the back of the left slide. I hope that helps.
    That would be a V3.

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    Carrying the p2000 (with flat mag base) is night and day compared to the p30. The p30 has too much grip, the p2000 conceals well. It is not even close on my body. I know it is only 0.4”, but that makes all the difference.

    With the flat mag base, the p2000 is the same size as a g19.

    Best all around HK in my opinion. The p2000 can do it all.

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