P2000sk-G26 comparison- LEM trigger & size- lots of pics

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    P2000sk-G26 comparison- LEM trigger & size- lots of pics

    I know that before I bought my P2k I wanted to know hoe the LEM trigger compared to a Glock trigger, and I know others wonder the same. Two things I noticed are that even though the P2k comes with an 8# trigger, it does not feel much heavier than a Glock since it is pretty smooth....

    Okay, P2k first



    Now, here the hammer had just fallen:



    Here, the trigger just reset, notice it is not a very long reset IMO




    Now the Glock,
    striker just fell



    Now, reset


    It's definitly shorter on the Glock, but not a whole lot


    Now size comparisons






    I also modified an extra Glock floorplate I had laying around...works pretty good


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    Is the HK grip skinnier than the Glock? Which seems to conceal better ? How is the recoil on the HK?
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    Well, I just picked it up today so I can only answer a couple questions:
    Yes, the grip on the HK is thinner, I ordered a holster from Mark Garrity for it and am waiting (im)patiently for it so I don't know how it conceals BUT- I'm guessing it will be pretty close to the same as the Glock, the grip is a bit longer, but also as I said, it's thinner. The specs say the HK is thicker, but I think it's only thicker in the bottom part of the slide, it seems thinner everywhere else...

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    Isn't the HK-P2K a single stack? So therefore thinner. I can't remember if it is or not.


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    Thanks for those pics. I'm debating picking up a 2000sk in DA/SA and retiring my 26.

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    Nope, its' a double stack. IMO the thinner grip is pretty noticable though...Glad you guys like the pics. I figured there a quite a few people interested in the gun but not too many who actually have one to share what they are like. I had to special order one sight unseen because no gun shops around here even had one!

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    Well, there you go, I guess I can't remember everything!

    The HK is an interesting firearm and having the choice and money, I'd get the HK over the Glock, I hear that the HK's quality is that much better. Almost double the price too.


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    Yup, it's not cheap...got mine with 3 mags and night sights NIB for $706...Comparing the Glock and HK, there is a very noticable difference in the machining and hardness of plastic used in the frame. I wish I could take better pictures, but the steel on the Glock is just a "brick" for lack of a better term. The HK, has lots more grinds and angles on it. Looking at the two guns, it's easy to see the differences.

    Don't get me wrong, Glocks are GREAT guns and they function just fine at half the price and without looking as nice- and if you shoot one well I'd get one...

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    i'd like to have one in 10mm.....
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