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    Quote Originally Posted by gumby View Post
    Likewise. Now, if I could just figure out why (6) p2000's are up for sale on the calguns website, when normally there are none.
    Probably asking 10% over msrp too :)

    I have flat floor plates for all my p2000 and USPc mags. Changed them out long ago.


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    All flats for my USP C. finger groove sticks out way too much IWB. The cost of flat plates are crazy for what they are though.

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    I put the flat plates on my p2000’s and HK45C. I do keep the normal rubber pinky extended bases on my p2000sk’s. They are still easy to conceal and help me get a good grip on the shorter grip. I do keep one mag standard for back-up range use for the 45C and p2000.

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    Hands are too big - need the extension on both 2000 and 2000sk.


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    I have the flat floor plates, at least in a couple of mags, on my carry guns, P2000SK .40 can't stand the extended on this one, P-2000 9mm, USPc .40 and HK .45C

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    P2000/USP9c/P30SK... No Pinky+0 for me, switched them all out to flats before they even hit the range.
    If I'm going to have an extended/pinky, it might as well have +rds (P30SK 13/15, P2000/USP9c 15/17).

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