P7 and Mark 23.
VP70. Hard to get used to the grip, the sights are difficult to focus on, and of course the trigger pull of a staple gun.
P7 and Mark 23.
My opinions may have changed, but not the fact that I am right.
I haven’t shot enough HK and only own 2, but I would guess the vp7 would not be a winner for me.
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P30. I just can't shoot it well. I could should my VP9's and HK45t very very well. P30 LEM, can't do it.
The top two are because of the trigger, but I’d never sell the P320 because of the modularity (presuming all returns to normal someday after “voluntary upgrades” and satisfying the US Army).
As for my accuracy tracking, CZ is numero uno, followed closely by the VP9, then PPQ, SIG, and Glock 19.
I love all my HKs and have no least favorites. But the HK that was most difficult to learn was the P2000 in heavy LEM. I tended to grip the gun very hard as I worked the LEM trigger with a semi-lose finger. I learned to do the opposite: I dialed back the grip pressure, stiffened and straightened my trigger finger, and now the gun shoots like a dream 10-15 yds out. It's joy to shoot like.
Hot box shooters, low capacity, and a lot of trigger over travel.
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“We used to carry knives,” he said. “Now we have to carry keys.” ; China Fences In Its Nomads and an Ancient Life
Withers; Andrew Jacobs; New York Times July 15 2015.
Feel I may have my Hk card revoked for admitting this
Rented a P7 once and couldn't hit the broadside of a barn.
The Squeeze Cocker just freaked me out - LOL!
Maybe with some more range time I'd warm up to one?
Strangely, I took to LEM like a duck to water.