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Hi all,
So I recently picked up a used LEO P2000 in 9mm. It has the LEM trigger, V2 I think. I am traditionally a DA/SA guy, but I am really starting to love this LEM trigger.:wink: It helps too that it's a lot easier for the wife to use when we go shooting. I know a lot of folks on here rave about the Light LEM, i.e. V1, but I'm not comfortable carrying it with that light weight of a trigger (at least not yet). I'd like to get it at the V4 pull weight. Would someone please tell me what parts I might need?

Thanks!
-TR
 

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If you want to lighten it up a little more you can go to Variant Todd Green Special which is between V1 and V4. I have it on my P2000 and love it. To get that you change the FPBS and the Hammer spring to the lighter V3 ones.
 

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Trust me, if you can strip the frame, the slide is nothing. The slide is a two minute job. I used the above thread when I did mine. Left my laptop sitting on the bench next to me. Had no problems.

My P30 should be here tomorrow, and my FPBS and TRS should be here from HKParts Friday. So I guess I will spend Friday night in the garage.
 

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FPBS is very easy. Takes 5 minutes. I was really nervous before I started but I wouldn't think twice about doing it again.
 

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The Firing Bin Block Spring? Meaning I have to disassemble the slide. Never done that before, just done the frame. I think I'll just go ahead and get any of the springs I might need.

Should the following parts keep me covered for the different LEM variations?:
Light trigger spring, HK light trigger return spring - HKPARTS.NET
HK Hammer Spring | HK Spring - HKPARTS.NET
HK Spring | HK FPBS - HKPARTS.NET
You might also want to pick up an extra roll pin or two, just to be safe: HK Roll pin 3 x 14mm - HKPARTS.NET

If you have the correct roll pin punch, replacing the Firing Pin Block Spring is a breeze. I'd never done any slide disassembly before replacing the FPBS on my primary P2000, but following the directions from the Reference section of this forum, it was simple and took just a matter of minutes. I've since done a couple more, and whenever I do this I always try to replace the roll pin with a new one.

After replacing the FPBS to bring my gun to the V4 configuration I decided a little lighter would be better, but like you I was not sure I really wanted the lightest V1 LEM. So instead I went ahead and replaced the mainspring (hammer spring) to bring it to the Todd Green Special variation that was mentioned earlier. Now it feels perfect--not too heavy and not too light. And as a bonus I didn't have to mess with the Trigger Return Spring, which everyone says is the most difficult of the three springs to replace.
 
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