GUN Can anyone attest to the difference between P2000 and USP

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    I found some length/weight differences, and magazine capacity. Also the USP has the safety on it. Other than that, I don't see anything that is a major difference. :help:
     
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    only real notable difference is no external safety,changable backstraps, ambi slide release and universal rail on the p2000 opposed to the usp's proprietary rail.
     
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    P2000 has better grip ergonomics, but is snappier than a USP. Otherwise, strikingly similar... what a surprise. :mamoru:
     
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    I thought it couldn't be that bad, until I read it:

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    What a fucked up place.
     
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    I'm from CA and I was amazed at the shit in that thread. :eek4:
     
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    Both full size?
     
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    Wouldn't that be in violation of the 4th amendment? Has there been any suits against this practice?
     
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    P2000 compares with the USPc.
     
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    It's not, I believe, because you are agreeing to the search in order to have 5 (or more) guns.
     
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    Yeah, the P2000 is better.
     
  18. This would be a good court case. They are requiring you to give up your 4th amendment protections or they'll deny you your 2nd amendment rights. That is not constitutionally permissible.
     
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    than the USPc?
     
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    Feels way better for me. I loved my P2000sk, I just couldn't shoot it accurately for some reason, so I had to let it go.
    I've said all along that I really liked it, and had it been in 9mm form, with the LEM trigger instead of DA/SA, it would probably STILL be my carry gun and not the M&P 9c.
     
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    And it's lighter.
     
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    If you read the link I posted, the man on HK pro said that the SK sights are from the regular p2000 and don't fit the SK properly. That could be the reason why you weren't shooting well with it.
     
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    :werd: Didn't know NY was THAT bad.
     
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    That could be, but there were a couple other reasons as well. It was a 40, and although I really do like 40, I didn't think it suited that gun, in that trigger setup.

    This is just my opinion, but for me, the perfect sk would be 9mm LEM. And maybe I'll grab one again someday, but for now, I'm happy with what I have.
     
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    Thats what I am going to try and compare next Wednesday. The 9mm P2000 and the 9mm USPc. The info on the sights of the SK have me a little weary of it.
     

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