I'll try...Can someone post an objective reply to this dead horse thread?
I don't know where you're shopping, but good gunstore prices I typically see for both areNIB P2000SK: ~$900
NIB G19: ~$400
I beg to differ it is entirely a persons opinion on which is better. You will hear argeuments both ways and they are based on opinions. IE the P2ksK is smaller therefore easier to conceal. That is a opinion I have no problems concealing either one. Some would say the G19 is better because of ammo capacity again that is a opinion. Because some do not care for the mag capacity and are more worried about how a weapon feels in the hand.Remeber, your reply should be objective so your opinion doesn't matter.
Thats a good point. To be fair, one really should compare a sub-compact to another not a sub-compact to a compact. With that being said, I like my Glock 26 too and I have nothing but good things to say about it. The only thing is you MUST get rid of the factory sights and get some better ones. But after doing that the G26 rocks!I believe Gordon Miller sells the Glock 19 for $359 & the P2000SK for $718.00 but as someone mentioned earlier CDNN possibly has the P2000 cheaper but I have not checked the price. Price wise you are looking at around a $300 difference between the guns new but you can allways find a good deal on a used gun if you are not in a hurry. Both of these guns are equal on reliability so you really need to hold & dry fire both of them to see which one fits your hand better but rember you will be comparing a mid size Glock with a subcompact HK so it is really not a fair comparison. Now if you are comparing the P2000sk with the Glock 26 then I would say the HK would be more comfortable than the Glock with more trigger options but I will tell you My subcompact Glock 27 has never jamed once even after I tried to shoot it limp wristed which says alot for a semiauto so small.