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Heckler & Koch H&K P2000 SK Sub-Compact .40SW LEM [704302A5]
by James R
Date Added: Sunday 06 November, 2011
Wow, what a nice gun. Out of the box there were no finish defects, all the machining was clean, and all parts fit tight. After a quick cleaning and lube I took it to the range and put 162 rounds through it without any problems. Ammo was a mix of UMC 180gr FMJ, Magtech 180gr FMJ and Federal 165gr HST.
Recoil of this .40 S&W subcompact felt pretty good (it’s all subjective). I personally like the .40 S&W a lot. I have two other .40’s and that’s the round I practice with. This HK has a dual recoil assembly, which probably explains why the recoil felt like I was shooting a larger gun. I could easily have dumped 2-3 more boxes of ammo downrange before tiring. For those who like .40 S&W and may be on the fence about getting this subcompact in that caliber: don’t hesitate, get it. And if the recoil on the .40 is good, I bet the 9mm version shoots real nice.
The LEM trigger has a long, light take-up and a crisp break at around 8 lbs with little if any stacking. I like it a lot and am very glad I got it. From what I read elsewhere it seems people either love the LEM or hate it, I don't see much middle ground. I was able to get my hands on one at a local gun show to check it out before buying.
Bud's shipped within their promised time and I got a great deal.