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    I’ve been waiting on my p2000sk since mid-December. HK CS told me a week ago to expect a shipment of the p2000sk to arrive from Germany late April early May. They are currently way behind fulfilling Military and Police orders currently and have a back-log of those orders before they start producing and shipping civilian orders. But... they said late April,early May... fingers crossed and praying that’s the case.
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    Quote "What is the downside to shopping via Gunbroker?

    Only downside is you have to pay $35 shipping and whatever you shop charges you for the transfer. In Calif you will be charged sales tax on the GB price at the time you do your DROS.
    But it is the exact model you are looking for. Many of here on Pro have bought dozens of guns on GB with no issues, you can ask the seller for additional photos.

    Good Luck
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    Mine was made in 2018, oops 2017.
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    No one really knows what goes on behind HK-DE closed doors, HK-USA will know when the containers leave port.
    chuckster62’s post on the GB P200SK LE deal is decent, considering your CA circumstance. Low stock, on-roster and you’re subject to Eco101. As suggested, ask for pics – breech and hammer face, extractor claw and ejector, barrel front and hood, mags top front, date stamp (BI is 2018).
    You’re still looking a good $700+ by the time you take it home, but HK you pay to play and cry once.

    I guess CA gun laws work, for the good citizens.
    Good luck.
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    Here's one in stock at a great price:

    Duncans Outdoor Shop Inc | Heckler & Koch P2000 Sk Pistols

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    Quote Originally Posted by GasGuzz View Post
    [...] As suggested, ask for pics – breech and hammer face, extractor claw and ejector, barrel front and hood, mags top front, date stamp (BI is 2018).
    You’re still looking a good $700+ by the time you take it home, but HK you pay to play and cry once.
    Good advice, I will certainly do that. All told, assuming I got it for $650 off GB, with shipping, the $50 or so added by my local FFL, plus tax, DROS, all of that, it comes out to more than $800.

    I heard from someone they were looking at these at a local chain, and the one that was in stock locally was all scratched up from life in the display case plus back and forth between the safe, so actual pictures from a dealer across the country would be a must.

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    I guess CA gun laws work, for the good citizens.
    Good luck.
    Many thanks, but for the record, CA gun laws are generally ridiculous and getting worse, though in some respects it depends on the county out here. On a statewide level, leftists have a supermajority and they are basically reducing the supply of handguns very effectively. With respect to county CCW laws, many are shall-issue when it comes to CCW permits, but the blue urbanized counties (LA, SF) are never-issue in practice. Happily in Orange County, where I live, we have about 22,000 permit holders at this point. It's not shall-issue, but more like "probably issue with acceptable good cause and evidence to back it up."

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    Great find, I really appreciate that.

    I'm planning to rent one at a local range before I buy, but with some luck, either Duncan's or GB will work out.

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    I meant that in jest, as gun laws don’t affect the BG’s.
    I was in Buena Park. They effectively banned/registered my AR’s in the first wave of AW’s ban in 1986, I left for CO in ’88 and good riddance.

    Do you have a nuclear family outside of CA?

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    Quote "I'm planning to rent one at a local range before I buy, but with some luck, either Duncan's or GB will work out. "

    If you can't find one at a local OC range I have a P2000sk 9mm in LEM 4.1 if you want to try it out. I am in OC once or twice a week.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chuckster62 View Post
    Quote "I'm planning to rent one at a local range before I buy, but with some luck, either Duncan's or GB will work out. "

    If you can't find one at a local OC range I have a P2000sk 9mm in LEM 4.1 if you want to try it out. I am in OC once or twice a week.

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    Gosh, the pistol pictured in your avatar looks so very interesting. I had no idea they made them in stainless. I don't want to take the thread sideways, but that photo is so interesting.

    Regarding the P2000SK, that is very kind of you to offer.

    I called Evan's a couple of days ago, and they have a P2000SK for rent. I can't recall if the guy told me the caliber; they may have more than one. I've not been to Evan's in a good long while, so to be direct, I am looking forward to going there. I've passed Evan's on SART many, many times, and I don't know why I never made the time, just once, to call on them. It's been a decade, at least, since I patronized that store. I almost feel guilty.

    A friend has one in .40 S&W, as well. I've not fired it, but I was very impressed with the ergonomics, and that was the main impetus to get me looking for one. I've never owned an H&K firearm, though I have shot them from time to time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GasGuzz View Post
    I meant that in jest, as gun laws don’t affect the BG’s.
    I was in Buena Park. They effectively banned/registered my AR’s in the first wave of AW’s ban in 1986, I left for CO in ’88 and good riddance.
    Do you have a nuclear family outside of CA?
    A lawyer I know-- I consider him to have a good amount of credibility-- is very sanguine that a perfect plaintiff might well get Roberti-Roos overturned via SCOTUS. Unrelated to the thread, but I've read that CO has become California-ish in their zeal, at certain levels, to part you from your ARs. Do you have nuclear family outside of CO?

    I figure I'm stuck here in the PRC for another ten or fifteen years. I'm encouraging my kids to get out, and hoping one gets settled in a nice 2A-friendly state. One can always dream. I have family in NoCal and Oregon, and overseas. Overseas is worse for firearms owners.

    Until then, I plan to keep on keeping on, renewing my CCW as long as the cost remains within a range I can afford. Sooner or later, the fit will hit the shan out here. But history shows, no one ever learns anything from history.

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