Thank you all.
Thank you gentlemen. Awesome information.
So the bullet was a 174 gr Spitzer?
Thank you! That will get me started.
If the British switched to the Mk VII in 1910, is it safe to assume that the Commonwealth did too? Meaning...
Great, do we know what that would mean today? Powder? Quantity?
Who can help?
I am trying to duplicate the load for the .303 British as used during World War 1.
Were there differences for rifle and machine gun...
Anyone know the background on this?
The 30 round mags have not been available for a while, a source on the 'inside' told me they are backordered...
Had this invitation for a Boar hunt in Germany. Needed to send my Hunter Education card (Texas) and passport pictures. Now the local office there...
Shot it with the new grip- works!
Seems like a cheap plastic but we will see.
Will find out how they shoot tomorrow and if they survive more than 15 rounds this time.
Here the news grips, ordered directly from CA, but not really their product;
Back to my original question - I guess it is history.
Manny what is the place and price of the SK?
Stone the edges as in sharpening stone?
The German version of the Heckler & Koch website does not list the P2000 or P2000SK anymore, HK-USA still does.
Wonder if they plan to stop...
A lot (or most) new guns have very sharp edges. S&W PPK, Charter Arms and the new Remlin 1894. One could shave with the S&W Walther copy.
Yes, a bit snappy but still controllable, not worse than a small .40 semi.
Great idea to fix the old by bedding...will look into this.
Duster - thanks for the link.
Recoil - not worse than a .40 semi, why, I don't know. I just shoot a lot and if you want energy going out you must...
Thanks- how much smaller are the Pachmayrs than the factory ones?
Great, if you had a picture...
Shot another cylinder full in rapid fire off target, totally controllable despite the small grips, BUT:
Both panels cracked around...
Here five shots DA at four yards:
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