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Welcome to CC :smilez:

Well - probably all our holster makers can help - so hang in there and with luck there will be some feedback.
 

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edavisjr said:
Greeting everyone, need some guidance on an IWB holster for an HK P2000 SK. I would prefer a tuckable holster as well. Any feedback is appreciated.
Good luck on finding one. They say the p2000 and p2000sk are interchangable but I can not confirm that. Galco does not even list one for a p2000sk last time I looked. I ordered a Cochise Defender from K&D but it has not come yet.
 

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I have a 2000SK. Holsters are hard to find, but not impossible to find like they were 8 months ago when the gun was new! I would recommend KD Holsters or Milt Sparks. Either one is a few weeks wait, and both places make tuckable IWB models specifically for the SK. I have a Milt Spark watch-6 (like their Versa-Max but not tuckable and a bit thinner), and a KD Holsters OWB model. I have a KD IWB tuckable for another gun, it's a fantastic holster.

The SK will fit in P2000 holsters, but you'll have 3/4" or so of "dead space" beyond the end of the barrel. This may or may not be an issue depending on the holster design.
 

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If the holster is well molded an SK will not perfectly fit a standard full-size 2000 holster. I cannot use a 2000 to make a 2000SK holster and just shorten it. The trigger-guard configuration is completely different. The full-size 2000 uses an HK USP-C trigger-guard, and will fit in some HK USP-C holsters if they will accomodate the extra width of the ambi-slide-release not found on the USP. The 2000 SK uses a full-size USP trigger-guard configuration which is longer and broader than the 2000/USP-C trigger guard. I think firearms manufacturers do this just to piss off holster-makers, so we can't use a full-size pistol to make a compact holster and just shorten the holster, and have to purchase a completely different mold gun. I don't know what's in it for them since they don't make or supply the mold guns we use; but I suspect they're sitting back and quietly laughing their asses off at us!
Anyway, I personally really like both versions of the pistol, and am making any of my holsters designs for both. Recently holsters for either version have been very popular and in demand.
 
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