Time to buy a usp(;
Ship to HK and explain the repeated issue. Let them look it over, and inspect it, maybe they can see someth8ng you can’t, and fix accordingly.
I will never take a chance with my firearm. I haven’t used my HD gun in a long time, but every 6 months, field strip, function check, fresh lubricant, etc. don’t ever take a chance on your family’s life and safety.
Rule #1 - family protected at all cost.
FAMILY, faithfulness, compassion, honesty, empathy, trust, hockey, single malt Scotch 21+, Heavy Metal music, German, Irish, Belgian, English bier, what else is there...?
Time to buy a usp(;
I put 139 rounds through it today. Perfect function. The XS Sights have to go though. They just aren't my jam. Their regulation is weird and I just can't stand them. Impact is 2 inches high and 2 inches left of POA even when benched at 20 yards. I think either they aren't regulated correctly or I am just so used to notch and post that my brain just can't process enough crayon colours to use them.
A few things for those interested:
9 rounds of Federal Champion 115r FMJ Avg: 1158 (Box: 1125) High: 1180 Low: 1147 ES: 33
9 rounds of Speer Lawman 115gr TMJ Avg: 1173 (Box: 1200) High: 1184 Low: 1151 ES: 33
5 rounds of Hornady Critical Duty +P 135gr Avg: 1064 High: 1070 Low: 1059 ES: 11
4 rounds of Federal HST+P 124gr Avg: 1173 High: 1188 Low: 1147 ES: 41
I'll tell you the Lawman ammo is fairly warm. I think it shoots harder than +P HST, which is weird given the same velocities and projectile weight difference. The Critical Duty is a pretty soft shooter. I don't think the 3.6 inch barrel of the P2000, at least in my example, gains much from +P loads. I'm going to throw some standard pressure HST down it to see what the difference is.
Instead of a single robust slide release on the USP you get two compromised slide releases that break on the P series. The VP series is even worse with stamped sheet metal.