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HK P2000 & P2000SK Question ???

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by David, Mar 24, 2005.

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  1. David

    David Member

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    I just received the HK catalog, and I noticed the following information:

    P2000 .357 Sig -- Mag Capacity 12 rounds
    P2000 9mm -- Mag Capacity 13 rounds

    P2000SK .357 Sig -- Mag Capacity 12 rounds
    P2000SK 9mm -- Mag Capacity 10 rounds

    Question: If the P2000 mag holds more rounds in 9mm than in the .357 Sig, why does the P2000SK mag hold LESS rounds in 9mm than in the .357 Sig?

    :eek: :uhoh: :eek:

    (note: the above info is from the 2005 HK catalog -- page 4)
     
  2. only1asterisk

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    Is this the same catalog with the cartridges inserted backwards in the magazine on the cover?


    David
     
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    David Member

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    On the cover of this HK 2005 catalog is a .40 cal HK P2000 with a HK tactical knife below it -- quite a cool cover photo!
     
  4. only1asterisk

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    [​IMG]

    Anything wrong with this picture?

    David
     
  5. BerettaNut92

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    David,

    Wild wild guess.

    The SK uses short magazines, but maybe the .357 Sig model only has full length magazines available for it??

    Probably a typo.
     
  6. Chupacabra

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    Acocrding to H&K's website it only holds 10, but the description says that it can use USP compact mags too.

    :cool:
     
  7. HKGuns

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    Yes, the mag is loaded backwards.
     
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