Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by WheelGunMan, Oct 13, 2020.
Yep.. that's how I feel about my P30..when I go out to shoot I grab it before the striker fired. It makes me look good. I'm sure the P30SK will do the same.
Agreed, I have the large beavertail backstrap and sideshells on my P30, and the large beavertail backstrap on my P2000. IMHO, these grip mods really improve the way the guns point to a target, and even improve felt recoil.
"Let's see if I can hit anything with it." -- @Lycidas Janwor
I'm going to go with "yes!"
BP series has fantastic triggers.
That’s what I mean. Only gun that I PREFER without the pinky rest.
The standard pinky extension didn't work with my fingers, but the larger or smaller probably would have been OK.
I prefer the LEM, but I think if you practice enough, the specific trigger variant really doesn't matter.
Related note: I carry mine using a Stealthgear Mini IWB or a Flex OWB. Stealthgear usually has some good sales, so keep an eye out.
Thanks... I tried the LEM and just didn't care for it.
I'm actually using the holster from my P30.. just slightly longer which is fine. It's a Kydex IWB from JustHolsterIt. They make a nice heavy duty Kydex.
JM Custom Kydex AIWB 2.5 holster with widely spaced loops
Since both guns are the same size, all of my magazines are interchangeable between the two and the controls are the same except for the trigger. I'm still working on getting comfortable with the paddle magazine release.
Some people gripe about that, but I find I like it equally (if not more) than the standard pushbutton release.
The ambidextrous paddle release was a big attractant to me... but I can understand someone who has used a button release for years on end going thru a learning curve. To me.. the biggest selling point is the grip design and the customizable grip panels in general. By experimenting with the many combinations you arrive at a grip that is customized to precisely fit your hand... all the other great features and the high quality of build is icing on the cake. The two that I own will not be my last. I can see my once coveted P365XL possibly going on the auction block one day.
The p30sk seemed okay except the boTtom of trigger guard seems all wrong.
It takes some getting used to and isn't for everyone. I won't buy another hammer fired HK without it.
When you learn to run it to reset, it is very fast and accurate. But like I said, not for everyone.
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