The P2000 never hard a problem as far as I know, it was just the USP's they had different designs prior to sometime before 2005.Both P2000's of mine are fine, never a prob. date code on my oldest P2000 is AD (2003) with 9000 rounds thru it.
Yes, it get dry fired. Yes, it is my 'beater' gun...
For the P2000 firing pin assembly you need to replace the block, springs, etc. Big bore seems to have a good handle on it (surprise surprise), Im just trying to paraphrase what I read. If you do a search he gave a good amount of detail about it.Broke the firing pin on my AC-dated USP9 after about 3000 rounds. The gun was never dry-fired without snap caps.
This redesigned FP that you guys are talking about – is it directly interchangeable with the original one or do you also need a new FP stop, spring, etc?