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My P2000SK is a good piggie...

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by Dean407, Jul 28, 2007.

  1. Dean407

    Dean407 Well-Known Member

    She ate everything I gave her with zero malfunctions...

    Included the following rounds:

    Speer Lawman 124gr 150rds
    Blazer 115gr 100rds
    Speer Gold Dot 124g +P 40rds
    Speer Gold Dot Short Barrel 124gr +P 20rds
    And some cheap Russian Silver Bear 115gr 50rds (it wasn't as dirty/smokey as I thought it would be)

    Actually, there was a guy a couple lanes over who asked what I was shooting. I'm more than happy to share my stuff with nice folks. So, I showed him and offered to let him run a few mags through her.

    He was shooting some tiny cheap thing like a Kel Tec 9mm. He offered me some Remington Golden Saber rounds and I gave him some GD rounds.

    Handed him my HK P2000SK and he handed me his little Kel Tec which I didn't want. LOL. But didn't want to be rude so I took the gun and mag.

    DEAR GOD, I had no idea how much recoil there could be transfered shooting +P in a tiny cheap gun!

    It was a horror after just 1 magazine of 7 rounds. One of my shots went within 6 inches of my point of aim inside 10 feet to the target.

    I tossed the guy a few of my Shoot N See targets to stick to the blue man target he had. He was a good shot with the 2000SK. I suspect most folks would be.

    He really liked it and commented how he liked it more and shot it better than his G17.

    He left and I was thrilled to have my HK back.

    I really need to work more on that 1st double action shot.

    Other than that, she's sweet as could be! Over 500rds so far and zero malfunctions. Guess she deserves a nice cleaning at this point. Love my HK. :)

  2. Heavy Metal Hero

    Heavy Metal Hero Well-Known Member

    CCW weapon?
  3. GunNut

    GunNut Well-Known Member

    Sounds like a great time was had.

    Now where are the pictures of the HK and what are you going to carry it in?


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