HK LEM Owners need some advice

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    HK LEM Owners need some advice

    O.k. I've shot everything on my list to shoot but the LEM in any version. I'm going with the P2000sk. I have an USP Tactical so Im familiar with the DA/SA trigger pull on that model. I had the chance to dry fire the LEM today but dry firing is well dry firing. My question is once the slack is taken up and it brakes and fires. To reset the trigger do you need to let it go all the way to release or does it reset just past the brake. Thanks for your time and incite.

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    If you're dry firing the handgun, the trigger will reset to the original DA weight. If you're shooting it, and it cycles and re-chambers a round, the light trigger pull will prevail until the gun is empty or you physically unload it. Hope this helps
    BTW, you've got a REALLY NICE carry gun. I have a USP Compact in 40 cal, and it shoot like a dream.
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    O.k I understand that part. The second part of that question is to reset the trigger do you need to release it all the way out (if that makes sense)or does it have a shorter reset for follow up shots. Thanks

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    when dry firing try this... pull the trigger and hold it... then rack the slide with your other hand, then you can feel the trigger reset...

    But to answer your question the trigger will not need to come ALL the way back just until the trigger reset..
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    I was thinking of doing that will try that today.

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    The P2K has a reset of about half way. The USPc has a much shorter reset (I have both).

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    I have a p2000sk in 40 with the LEM. You only have to move the trigger foward a quarter inch to reset the action.

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