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So I have to ask - are there any of you out there that have actually thought of purchasing the HK P2000. Maybe it's just me, but, but it seems like just another wanna be Glock; or maybe more recently a Walther P99, something like that. Same with that new Beretta semi auto that came out.
Do any of you guys like em (Glock excluded, I know there are many a glock lovers out there) ? I think I would much rather have a USP.
 
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GunRunner said:
So I have to ask - are there any of you out there that have actually thought of purchasing the HK P2000. Maybe it's just me, but, but it seems like just another wanna be Glock; or maybe more recently a Walther P99, something like that. Same with that new Beretta semi auto that came out.
Do any of you guys like em (Glock excluded, I know there are many a glock lovers out there) ? I think I would much rather have a USP.
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Both the USP and P2000 are incredible guns.
My .45 USP can outshoot anything my friends own (be it, lots of glocks, SIGs, berettas, etc).
The P2000 is also built with stellar reliability and accuracy. It is able to out perform any Glock at competition time (as long as there is a decent shooter behind the gun), and it is much more confortable to shoot.

After shooting as much as I have, I would spend the extra couple hundred dollars to buy an H&K over a Glock any day.
 

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I own a USP .45, P2000 9mm, P2000SK, and P7 as well and a P99 and G-17.

I agree with the above posts on the USP's accuracy and should point out it is one tough pistol. The P2K family is great and I like their design over the Glock. I don't really like Glock's trigger system and lack of safety.

The P99 I like is the DA/SA model. No safety but pretty hard for an AD to occur.

Having said all that.

* I think the HK plastic guns are a bit overpriced.
* The P99, USP, P2K are all patterned after the Glock.
* I personally think the P99 and P2K are improvements on the Glock basic design. Or, at least offer you a choice. I am NOT knocking the Glock. I think it has its place. I certainly would not turn one down going to a gun fight. :)

I personally carry a P7 or a P2KSK.

I was surprised to find the little P2KSk fits me and I shoot pretty good with it (LEM Trigger to boot). I did not like the feel of either the little Glock or little Walther. I don't know about the new Walthers.

I have added the new Walther PPS to my collection. It is pretty much a skinny Glock at 1" wide. It is a great shooter and can easily be concealed. Whatever Walther has done with the design to help with control is great. For a small gun it is really easy to control.
 
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