Thanks for explaining this! Which makes perfect sense.....You have to understand that in the past, and maybe still so, HK built guns for specific govt contracts and subsequently sold them to the public, not for the civilian market with the hopes they would get big govt contracts, which is opposite of what most other companies do.
This is not true. Whilst fit is highly personal ( USP fits me perfectly, P2000 does not fit well ), many complain the grip of the P2000 is slippery.Ergos - advantage P2000
Each to their own I guess. The USP feels way too blocky in my medium sized hands as opposed to the P2000(and P2000sk). Am still looking at possibly purchasing another one as the USP prices are dropping down to almost the same as the P2000 series in many LGS in my area, and the internet as well... please explain your comment about the USP being tougher concerning the price point...you lost me on that one.This is not true. Whilst fit is highly personal ( USP fits me perfectly, P2000 does not fit well ), many complain the grip of the P2000 is slippery.
The Ergonomics of the P2000 is in fact the only thing preventing me from buying one.
As for the price point, the USP is tougher and re selling it, one can actually make money on it.
Full of win.