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Im having a time trying to decide which variant to pick. I believe the best solution for this would be to go to a range and shoot all 3 but of course none of the ranges in my area carry all three variants (if any at all!). I'm used to shooting glocks, sigs, smiths, and berettas. I carry a glock 100% of the time. I carry a glock 27 and switch up with a glock 19. The reason for the switch is the ergonomics of the p2000, feel and how the pistol sits in my hand. I would get the p2000 for CCW.

The glock trigger pull i believe is about a 5.5 so would i be wrong to guess that a var 1 p2000 is the way to go. Or are the trigger systems so different between glocks and p2000's that i am completely incorrect.

IMHO all the specs of the p2000 look great on paper. Again, it doesn't look like i'll really have a chance to test fire the pistols before my purchase (which i really don't want to do)

ALL suggestions are appreciated.
 

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If you want to keep your training as consistent as possible, I would go LEM. Actually no matter what I would go LEM, but thats just me.
 

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You can only get the LEM in variant 2 off the shelf. After which you can send the gun to HK to reduce the trigger pull to the variant 1 level. Or you can do it using the instructions at the top of the HK Handgun forum that were graciously provided by Big Bore.

I would recommend the LEM as it is closer to a Glock than the DA/SA variant.

Check out www.policeguns.com for some good deals on HK P2000's.
 
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