Lol that is how I came up with the sn.
Maybe that's the way these guns need to be fired.... Drunk? Lol
Jesus, go shoot that thing, will ya?
My P2000 LEM was like this when I got it. Front sight was off to one side and I was throwing rounds slightly wide. Just went to a LGS and they adjusted for me real quick and centered it.
P2000 v3 9mm
P2000 v2 --> v1 9mm
USP v1 9mm
VP9 LE Grey
P2000sk v3 .40 (traded for the USP9)
P30L v3 9mm (sold before moving to California)
ANYway...OT. My Ruger pistol came with the rear sight off centered to the left, brand new outta the box. Tho all my German guns were centered correctly. I will say tho, while it should be centered right, sometimes things happen. Then happen again when they slip thru QC. (I work in a major brand warehouse...trust me on how that happens).
Call HK after you put a couple of boxes thru it, if it's a major problem, and they'll get you taken care of pretty quickly. Tho, if you haven't fired it yet, I will go ahead and warn you, the VP9's shoot pretty close to point of aim, not point of sights, so you may notice that you have to have a 12 o'clock hold (centering the dots almost above the bullseye) to be centering the target. Both of mine shoot about 1.5 to 2 inches low at 7 yards.
I've HEARD, but can't confirm from personal use (I haven't used one with the nightsights) that the nightsights aren't quite as bad about that.
Also OT, both of mine came with barely a sheen of oil. Inside, or out. And no grease.
Oh and BTW there's a Pineapple Fanta sitting right next to the bed as I type right now. ;)
I'm going to jump in here since we're on this subject. I just bought a used USP in .357. At 7 yds. it was hitting 6" low. I noticed that there are trijicon sights not factory sights. I decided to replace the front sight with a factory sight but there are options in thickness. How do I determine which sight would have been originally installed?