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    I prefer the USP Compact with standard spurred hammer.

    Both are outstanding handguns, it's all about preference.

    This wears spurred hammer, HK45C Mag release, Trijicon Green night sights, converted to V9, and DecalGrips.

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    Still the op question not answered: how does it justify 200$ price difference?

    Kost: why would you remove decocking function?

    PS. This is the latest thread i could find on USPc vs P2000sk. Did not want to start a new one as nothing changed.

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    justify 200$ price difference... It doesn't, different guns fetch different supply/demand.
    By the way, this thread is vs. P2000 (not SK). I have both in 9/DA USP9c/P2000, mechanically and the prevailing - user preference.

    As for V9/No-Decock, normally to alleviate inadvertent decock.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GasGuzz View Post
    this thread is vs. P2000 (not SK)
    Oops. That is even 300$ difference. The cheapest USPc I see here is 835$ and P2000 - 530$
    I cannot believe that safety switch costs that much.
    Too bad I want my gun to have safety

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    Quote Originally Posted by andru View Post
    Oops. That is even 300$ difference. The cheapest USPc I see here is 835$ and P2000 - 530$
    I cannot believe that safety switch costs that much.
    Too bad I want my gun to have safety
    I prefer the P2000 over the USPc, but I think that puts me in the minority around here. Personally, My P2000 is the go-to carry for me most of the time. When summer hits, I will drop to a P2000SK at times, but same family and same LEM trigger.
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    but why? price? safety gets stuck on the clothes?

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    Quote Originally Posted by djeuch View Post
    I prefer the P2000 over the USPc, but I think that puts me in the minority
    You're not wrong.
    When I’m in 2 gun mode (on long drives)… P30SK CCW + P2000 console or USP9c CCW + 1911 Commander console, same/similar controls. Again, user preference depending on what/where/how/why.
    Me, yes the P2000 is more ergo but the USP is the quintessential SHTF. Pro on the P2000/USP9c, same mags.

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    IF YOU MUST BUY NEW?

    USP Compact

    $450

    $385 with ONE mag

    These are carried often shot little LEO trade ins.

    So, if all things were equal, if price was NOT an option?

    He also sells the HK USP full size for $415 or $365 with one mag

    I purchased from Mark at SGB a few times and the pistols I got looked pretty much barely used.
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    I think I like the P2000 better. It is lighter and has a lot smoother trigger pull in D/A than my USPc. The USPc seems to be maybe a little bit more accurate. That may because it has been shoot more.

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    Tuco45, do you have p2000 or P2000sk?

    From HK web site:
    USP - dual recoil spring
    USPc - single spring
    P2000 - single spring
    P2000sk -dual recoil spring

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