Pull the trigger is the first step. Second step, rack the slide and see if the hammer remains cocked or does it follow the slide?
You cannot rely upon the existence of the decocker and the non-spurred hammer as being DA/SA (V3). A lot of shooters have configured their 'P' Series pistols into unsupported configurations and it is possible to have an LEM (V1 or V2) pistol with a decocker and regular hammer.
Ahh ok I missed that it was on the box/bag.Also...to reinforce what some have said, if you purchased this new, the type or variant should be on the box.
It is also listed on the bag of the spent shell casing, under Model. Looking at your picture, it reads P2000-V3 on the bag.
Again, as pointed out - if used, your not quite sure what the previous owner may have done with it.
Somehow when I skimmed the description I caught the "new" and missed the "less than 50 rounds". I was basing my estimate off of a never fired pistol that you had purchased and put in the safe. A pistol that has been fired (albeit very little) would command a bit less in this market. I would put it about $700 as a place to start and go from there. My apologies for the oversight. I guess reading is fundamental after all.
No never tried it there I have always used my S&W M&P and got very use to shooting it.You ever try it in IDPA? I shoot my P30 and other than the grip it's basically the same. Might be fun. If it was V2 then you and I would be haggling about now. I haven't seen a decently priced V2 P2000 in 9mm come up since I missed Bender's. Contribute some posts to a few more threads and you have the 31 posts you need to throw it in the WTS section. Good luck.