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Discussion in 'General Firearm Discussion' started by cundiff5535, Apr 18, 2017.
Light LEM with a bit of work from Gray is phenomenal
I've sold every one I've ever owned, atrocious triggers and wide trigger guard are not conductive to fast shooting.
I have the HK45 and the P30.
Great guns that are as reliable as you can get. Love the ergonomics and feel in your hand.
No trigger is going to match a nice 1911 trigger, but the HK is a great working gun that can be counted on and won't break the bank if something happens to it.
I have a few HKs. Besides the VP9s, the P30s are all LEM. I like the LEM design and VP9 trigger. Now the DA/SA on a P30 I loathed.
With the exception of the Mark 23, they all fit my hands well and are great guns.
I like HK's. Have five of them now and thinking hard about another P2000...
Any gun after a 1911 is going to have some trigger adjustment, nothing Ive ever shot compares to my 1911's. That said I have some Sigs and I have a pair of USP's one in 9 and one in 45, I dont shoot the HKs nearly as well as I shoot my 1911's but I enjoy them and they feel good in my hands. I plan to send them off to Bruce Gray for some work and see how that improves them.
Lemme know how those turn out!!!
Ive been an HK fan for a couple decades and i have nothing bad to say about any of the guns ive owned with a slight exception for the triggers.I think you can get used to anything really and with practice become proficient.Millions of crappy Glock triggers attest to this.I just recently heard some things about HKs political views so i did the research and it turned me off of HK forever.I didnt think it was possible cuz i love their guns but they spend a LOT of money and energy trying to get guns out of the hands of the masses.in the UK and here in America.If the powers that be at HK dont believe in my right to have a gun I just cant bring myself to give them another dollar .
Really?? Do you have some links to that please? I am curious.