Any opinions? The glock setup with the 3.5 connector has a very positive reset. How would you compare it to the LEM of HK?
Hell, on the P2000 it's a LOT longer!LEM reset is also positive, but generally a little longer, especially if you have a Glock with a competition trigger job!
+ 1 Gato !I wouldn't compare the two at all. Glock and Walther (AS) resets are far cleaner than HK's. It's not a design flaw so much as it a product of the design so don't take it as an attack. 1911 resets, properly tuned, will obliterate anything. Sig took initiative and deserves credit for their Elite series. Now if only they would get the bore axis down...
Pardon the thread drift but what happened to the Walther?I kept breaking my AS Walther so sacrificed reset for durability and moved to the 34 and 35. Same round count - no breaking. I still have an AS for nostalgic purposes and wish they had imported the damn Canadian model.
I changed my USP40c from V1 to LEM, then back to V1. The LEM is very similar to SA in V1, which I am used to carrying with a 1911. The LEM keeps the hammer spring under near full compression, much like SA, allowing the lighter pull, but it lets the hammer fall in a ready state like in DA on V1. I think the DA in V1 is just plain terrible, but I think the SA is better on my USP40c in V1 than LEM, so I switched back. My Glock 17 with 3.5# trigger has more consistent travel, shorter reset and is just better overall than DA/SA/LEM in the my USP40c.Hell, on the P2000 it's a LOT longer!
The reset on a P2000 does not come close to that of a Glock.
I love everything about my P2000 with the exception of the trigger.
I've had both the LEM and V3 and I don't consider either to be on par with even a standard Glock. Much less one with the 3.5 connector.