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Well I got to fondle my newly arrived P2000 9mm V2 yesterday and discovered a couple of LEM differences from my USPc .45. I recently switched my USPc to the TGS LEM and REALLY like it. My V2 P2000 is supposedly the heavy LEM and the TGS a "medium" LEM if I understand it correctly. When I dry fired my P2000, its pull seemed as light and easy as the TGS LEM on my USPc. I realize its hard to quantify without measuring, but my original plan to change my P2000 V2 to a TGS LEM like my USPc has been put on hold. I cannot perceive hardly any difference between the two LEM's pull weight.

What I did notice was that the trigger reset on my USPc was significantly shorter that on my P2000 V2. I would estimate 50% shorter in my USPc. Have any of you that have/had both notice that same longer reset in the P2000 V2?
 

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Well I got to fondle my newly arrived P2000 9mm V2 yesterday and discovered a couple of LEM differences from my USPc .45. I recently switched my USPc to the TGS LEM and REALLY like it. My V2 P2000 is supposedly the heavy LEM and the TGS a "medium" LEM if I understand it correctly. When I dry fired my P2000, its pull seemed as light and easy as the TGS LEM on my USPc. I realize its hard to quantify without measuring, but my original plan to change my P2000 V2 to a TGS LEM like my USPc has been put on hold. I cannot perceive hardly any difference between the two LEM's pull weight.

What I did notice was that the trigger reset on my USPc was significantly shorter that on my P2000 V2. I would estimate 50% shorter in my USPc. Have any of you that have/had both notice that same longer reset in the P2000 V2?
Yes the reset on the P series guns is "notoriously" long IMHO, which is why both my P30L and P2K have paid visits to Lazy Wolf Guns to be "corrected". I had issues "short stroking" both of mine as I was used to shooting pistols with much shorter resets (1911s, SIG SRTs and Walther PPQs). So the choice became re-learn not to shoot to reset or mod the HKs.

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Yes the reset on the P series guns is "notoriously" long IMHO, which is why both my P30L and P2K have paid visits to Lazy Wolf Guns to be "corrected". I had issues "short stroking" both of mine as I was used to shooting pistols with much shorter resets (1911s, SIG SRTs and Walther PPQs). So the choice became re-learn not to shoot to reset or mod the HKs.

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Thanks Chuck, at least I know I wasn't imagining it. I see what you mean about short stroking because the difference between my 2 primary EDC's, my USPc and my P2000. I'm not a gun smith but have done all the work on triggers and sights for all my pistols over the years. Is there any "fix" that can be installed by us average Joe's that can shorten up that P2000 LEM reset without sending it off to specialized smiths?
 

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Thanks Chuck, at least I know I wasn't imagining it. I see what you mean about short stroking because the difference between my 2 primary EDC's, my USPc and my P2000. I'm not a gun smith but have done all the work on triggers and sights for all my pistols over the years. Is there any "fix" that can be installed by us average Joe's that can shorten up that P2000 LEM reset without sending it off to specialized smiths?
Send the frame to Bill Springfield at triggerwork.net. I think it's like $60 or $70 to have him do his short reset work. Very good work as well. He has done all of my "P" series guns. It takes about a week and you have your frame back and a fantastic trigger.

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