Gear: HK P2000 LEM

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HK P2000 LEM

Heckler & Koch
Category: Firearms, Tasers & Accessories
Subcategory: Handguns
Price: $800? (est)
Average Rating:
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(2 Votes)
Description:

.40 caliber, 12-round magazine, DAO (Law Enforcement Model trigger-reset), ambidextrous magazine release sand slide release.

Member Reviews

  • Me_and_gunny_max30
    TrojanSkyCop, Thu, 21 Feb 2008 20:01:17 UTC.
    1st review

    This is what my agency issues and is also our only authorized pistol for off-duty carry. I envy the older Officers in my agency who still have the Glock 17, but this pistol has slowly but surely grown on me--hell, it's the ONLY firearms with which I've EVER shot a Perfect score on an official qual course (Expert plenty of times, yes, but Perfect only once), military or civilian. Also enabled me to win a Bronze Medal on the 2-man Semi-Auto Pistol Combat Course at the Nevada Police & Fire Games. The DA trigger is reasonably smooth with the LEM re-set and allows for a decent shot cadence during semi-rapid fire strings.

    Reliable with every load I've put through it, fits my hand nice (the ease of changing grip size is a BIG plus), and pretty darn compact, though awkward and uncomfy for AIWB (11 o'clock or 1 o'clock) concealed carry, comfy enough for 3 o'clock concealed carry.

    The mag release is still a bit awkward, and the trigger still doesn't enable me to shoot the type of groups I get with a Glock, Beretta 92FS, or 1911. Still, a fine weapon (which I've come to expect from HK) and one that I'm willing to trust with my life both on- and off-duty.

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  • Danny_boy_max30
    Shasta69, Tue, 13 Jan 2009 14:46:57 UTC.

    Fairly decent carry for duty use. Pro: Compact and easily scores well with a shorter sight radius. Able to keep shots centered with varied hand positions. Is forgiving.

    Cons: Magazine release relatively stiff and Armorers mention it will not loosen with usage. Easily jams with debris.

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