Hi everyone. Great site. Longtime reader, first post. I'm a proud new owner of my first h&k; p2000 357sig v2. I've put about 500 rds through it and am loving it. I've got the springs and I am about to convert it to a Todd Green special. My question/problem is (and I'm embarrassed to post this) ; last night I wanted to weigh the trigger pull before changing the springs.Not having the the right tool I decided to try the ole bucket of water trick. While holding the gun at the edge of the table I had my son pour the water. At about the gallon mark I noticed that I had'nt allowed enough room for the hammer travel. Overall, hung about 10.5 to 11 lbs on the trigger with the hammer down. It feels fine and I know I can probably thumb the hammer and put that much force on it, but wanted opinions on whether anything could have been stressed/tweaked. I've kicked myself over it and can take a little heat for not having the proper gauge so tell me what you think. Am I being over concerned? Pictures coming soon. Thanks in advance.