100% dead on. The biggest downfall of the P-Series is the reset. It is still there on the LEM's as well. Not as bad as a v3, but there still. The USPc LEM crispness and weight would depend on the configuration of the springs. A P-Series v2 converted to v1 (light, which is what I carry) would give and USP LEM a run for its money on crispy-ness. :62:USPc and SK LEM variant for variant will be very similar. I find my USPc's reset noticeably shorter and somewhat more crisp.
I have both in 40 cal. The difference is the SK is louder, lighter, shorter grip but not by much, almost the same breakdown to clean and you will have a ****ty looking grin the first time you shoot it.Okay, so where I can rent pistols they don't just have every P2SK version for rent. They have V3 only. I think they have a USPc LEM. Would the USPc LEM be an accurate representation of what P2sk LEM is like?
Your experience differs from mine. My USP9C LEM has a better trigger and significantly shorter trigger reset than my P2000SK LEM. The hammer is very busy and somewhat distracting on the P2000SK although I doubt it will noticeable at all in a gunfight.