Question about HK LEM Trigger

Question about HK LEM Trigger

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    Question about HK LEM Trigger

    I took my new p2000sk v2 to the range yesterday, and while shooting, sometimes I pulled the trigger and nothing happened, only to realize I didn't pull the trigger back far enough. The trigger has to go all the way back and touch the frame. Is this normal? Or should I send it back to HK?


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    I looked at the p2000sk. When I tried out the LEM trigger, I felt like I had to pull it - then pull it just a little more. To be fair, I'm used to my single action trigger on a 1911. But for this reason, I'm leaning toward a USPc that I can carry 'cocked & locked' to allow for a single-action first shot.

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    It does have a long "take-up" which requires some getting used to. I find myself yanking it unles I pretty much constantly dryfire practice with it to keep in tune. Don't forget that you must rack the slide to get the proper pull as well. If you don't, you're basically using the "second strike" capability and it is equivolent to DAO on steroids.

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    Depending on which LEM you have, it may take some getting used to. I have the USPc .40. Although the trigger is "different" than most, it does have some advantages, such as a very short reset. So, if you need to, you can pump out rounds very fast.

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    I carried a 1911 for 30 years, but the LEM is one you will get used to and be able to pump out rounds very fast.

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