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    My first HK was a 45C, instantly became my favorite pistol. I bought a P2SK for ccw and I love it. I swapped out the mag release paddle for the 45C larger paddle and installed Mepro Tritium sights. I actually have larger hands but still opted for the SK and very happy with it, perfect ccw gun. I didn't shave the extended pinky plate, though. I just installed flat plates on all my mags instead. I prefer that grip (pinky under/gripping flat plate), personally. It also helps with concealment a bit more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Sarge View Post
    The P2000 is my daily carry pistol and I simply love it. I have no issues at all concealing and carrying the P2000. To me the slight difference in size between the P2000 and P2000SK is not worth getting the SK..
    Sarge speaks the truth. I agree 100%. I would just add the hk45c mag release and flat base plates for the mags. Perfect. However, the p2k sk is no slouch and also my preference over the p30sk and vp9sk.

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    My P2000 is my main carry gun - been so for almost 4 years. I did get the P2000sk about a month after the P2000.

    I do carry it sometimes, when size is an issue. Not often, but sometimes.

    But, I say - buy it and have both :)

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    I have an SK in 9mm, and a P2000 in .40.

    I have medium, pushing large hands.

    With the P2000SK I have to have a 13rd mag with xgrip extension in order to get a full three finger grip.

    With the P2000 the 12rd mag works fine, no extension or larger mag necessary.

    With the extended mag in the 9mm it is only 1/8" shorter in height, at 5", than the 12rd mag in the P2000.

    I bought the SK first. If I had it to do over again I would have just bought the P2000 as it is my primary carry for 2, almost 3 seasons each year. That being said I would not give either up, nothing wrong with having 2 that are so close in size, especially in different calibers.

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr.Mayhem View Post
    Sarge speaks the truth. I agree 100%. I would just add the hk45c mag release and flat base plates for the mags. Perfect. However, the p2k sk is no slouch and also my preference over the p30sk and vp9sk.
    This is exactly what I did as well, flat baseplates (except on two 10rd 9mm SK mags), and .45c mag releases on both.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MrShipwreck View Post
    My P2000 is my main carry gun - been so for almost 4 years. I did get the P2000sk about a month after the P2000.

    I do carry it sometimes, when size is an issue. Not often, but sometimes.

    But, I say - buy it and have both :)

    Has HK ever said why they have differently shaped trigger guards?

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    No, I do not know

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    The SK kept it's euro frame/guard. The P2000 morphed from the euro guard to the USPC guard as it came to the US.
    Google Saudi P2000.

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    Trigger guard on the P2000SK clearly offers more room than the P2000 trigger guard, that's a good thing
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kost View Post
    Trigger guard on the P2000SK clearly offers more room than the P2000 trigger guard, that's a good thing
    Especially if you are green and Shrek or have Hulk hands.



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    Quote Originally Posted by HK12Step View Post
    Especially if you are green and Shrek or have Hulk hands.



    I'm with you, know how it is, I have pretty big paws myself.

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