H&K people out there?

H&K people out there?

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    H&K people out there?

    I don't see much about H&K on this forum (except one avatar).

    Anyone out there carrying one? Which one, how do you like it, etc etc.

    Is it difficult to find a selection of c.carry holsters?

    Finally got one in my hand and the feel was incredible.


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    Well, here's one.

    I carry my P7M8 fairly often; very comfortable in a Galco Royal Guard IWB holster.

    Which HK were you looking at?
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    The only pistols i own are HK's. I have a HK .45 (non usp version) and a p2000sk v3 for everyday carry. I love them both. It can be tough to find holsters in the store. All the ones i have I ordered online. For the .45 i have a fobus paddle holster that i really like for open carry and i also got a tactical thigh holster because lets face it it looked cool lol. I have never tried concealed carry with the .45.

    The p2000sk i have a fobus OWB holster which sucks compared to the one for the .45. I would not reccomend it to anyone at this point. For concealed carry i have a Crossbreed super tuck that works pretty well for the most part. Pretty comfortable even when sitting etc.

    I love me some HK's. What gun did you molest that has you asking about them?

    these are my 2.

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    Carry this one sometimes....

    or this one....

    Neither one has ever seen a round it didn't like to fire....their shootin machines.
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    I carry my HK45 (carrying it right now, as a mater of fact), and also shoot IDPA with it.

    I really like it - accurate, comfortable to shoot and dead boring reliability.

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    I don't currently carry an Hk, but a few years ago I did. It was an USP45c. One of the most accurate and reliable weapons I owned. Carried it in a Mitch Rosen OWB holster. I also owned (never carried) an Hk 45ap Tactical.

    H&K makes exceptional weapons..!!

    Here's a few photos of the rigs and a photo of the target with a grouping of 9 bullets bench fired at 20ft with the 45c.





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    P2000 and P2000sk in Milt Spark's VMII (the one for P2000 fits both). Six month wait for holster, well worth it with a good belt. I prefer LEM trigger, other DA/SA with de-cocker. Different backstraps are included for different size hands. Most reliable handgun I have ever been around. This combo works best for me along with Dan Wesson CBOB.

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    H&K P-30 here. Probably the most ergonomically correct gun I own. Everything is just where I need it. The mag release is sheer genius, the slide release is just where my thumb finds it.
    And it has never failed to go bang.

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    It was the P2000. Afterwards I went to the H&K website and found out that the P2000 comes in the smaller version....also read up on the action which is honestly still a little confusing to me - the LEM/CDA model. Not used to a de-cocker (esp when they say it is DAO).

    Must continue to study up and go back and hold it some more :) Would like to shoot one but none available here at ranges where there are rentals. I'll be in a larger city soon for a visit so I plan on looking up options to shoot one while I am there.

    Good reports, thanks.

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    The p2000sk is the more compact version of it that you are refering to. The LEM trigger is more of a DAO type of shooting. Some prefer that. My dad has the LEM trigger on his. Personally i wanted the DA/SA version with the decocker. I prefer to shoot in single action as i am much more accurate but like having the decocker for safety while carrying.
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    So then the one I looked at was strictly the DA/SA, and if I got the LEM model the decocker would be gone. Is that right?

    (yes, not a pistol person so much, learner here) Just thinking outloud here more than anything ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by cammo girl View Post
    So then the one I looked at was strictly the DA/SA, and if I got the LEM model the decocker would be gone. Is that right?

    (yes, not a pistol person so much, learner here) Just thinking outloud here more than anything ...
    yes if you got the LEM version there would be no decocker.
    I LOVE ME SOME HK's!

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    Quote Originally Posted by cammo girl View Post
    So then the one I looked at was strictly the DA/SA, and if I got the LEM model the decocker would be gone. Is that right?

    (yes, not a pistol person so much, learner here) Just thinking outloud here more than anything ...
    Yep; the LEM is a DAO-type trigger.
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    I carried a gov't issue P2000 with an LEM trigger. Of the guns I've carried, it is, no doubt, my favorite. Off duty, I carried it in a C-TAC.
    The preceding post may contain sarcasm; it's just better that way. However, it is still intended with construction and with the Love of my L-rd Y'shua.

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