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    thinking about a p2000sk

    In .40, anyone out there carrying one currently? how do you like it and what holsters work well to conceal it? thanks


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    I have like the looks of them for awhile....handled one sometime ago. Like the ergos of them....typcal HK quality. Dont think you will go wrong.
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    i lovw my current hk but it is just a little big to carry day to day. My brother just got a p2000sk himself so i am hoping to check his out here shortly. Just wondered how you guys have faired with them.

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    Have you looked at the p200sk in .357sig?

    It's one SWEET gun!

    I've got a friend that has one in 9mm and really likes it, fwiw.
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    I have a P2000 in .40 and it conceals very well in a Supertuck. I can only imagine that the P2000sk would conceal even better. As far as the .357, shop around before you buy. They may have combos out there. When I bought my P2000, it came with the .40 and .357 barrels and 3 mags. After I bought it, I looked around and every store around here wanted the exact same price for just the .40 with 2 mags.
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    I've carried the 9mm V.3 for several years in a Galco Concealable. I've got nothing bad to say about the P2000sk at all. It is a very competent CCW. I love the mag release style. I had a hard time choosing between LEM and traditional...both are good triggers for carry.

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    I'm not completely sure if it's an "sk" or just a P2000, but the USBP carries them. My brother loves his.
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    i shot my brothers today. it was a fairly nice piece. Comfortable to shoot and accurate. i wish it had the magazine release like my full size .45 but of the guns i have looked at in compact versions this one is the best so far. I really like that it is a Da/Sa.
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    I have the P2000sk .40 with the light LEM trigger. Crossbreed Supertuck IWB. Excellent combo!

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    I carry a regular P2000 in .40 S&W on a daily basis. I carry it both openly and concealed. I wear regular adult clothing, typically with some form of jacket or suit coat. I find it very easy to wear and carry without notice.

    The caliber is very suitable for self defense and the pistol is easily managed.
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    I currently just started carrying the .45 compact and the recoil is NIL (NOTHING).

    Debating on swapping my SP-101 layaway for the p2000sk .40, but would like some feedback on the .40's recoil. Various internet post says the recoil is snappy!

    Is this true? Any takers on this question?

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    I currently carry a HK P2000SK .40 V3 (DA/SA) in a Minotaur MTAC. I really like this combo. The HK is awsome! I did put a flat mag base plate on all my mags. It shoots great as you would expect from an HK. I am 6' tall and 180lbs. With the MTAC it conceals great. Here is a link some pictures and a review of the MTAC

    http://www.defensivecarry.com/vbulle...taur-mtac.html

    You won't be disapointed with the P2000 SK

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    Quote Originally Posted by KoB View Post
    I currently just started carrying the .45 compact and the recoil is NIL (NOTHING).

    Debating on swapping my SP-101 layaway for the p2000sk .40, but would like some feedback on the .40's recoil. Various internet post says the recoil is snappy!

    Is this true? Any takers on this question?
    If you are used to shooting a 9mm then you may think so. I used to carry a .45 so the .40 seems more controlable to me.

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    yeah, i am pretty dead set on getting the p2000sk. it is a little snappy on the recoil but not any worse than my full size hk .45 so it didn't concern me a bit. I'll probably have one of my own here in a the next couple of weeks.

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    P2000sk will be my next piece. Can't wait to get one.

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