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.
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 :)
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.
Last edited by spentcase; 11-28-2018 at 08:38 PM.
No, I do not know
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.