HK P3000

Discussion in 'Other Handguns' started by ministerofdeath, Nov 29, 2005.

  1. ministerofdeath

    ministerofdeath New Member

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    Wow!

    Just went over to http://www.HKPro.com and took a look at the new P3000 HK pistol and I have to say I like the lines and the grip. Although I think it would have been wiser to have a better angle like Steyr to create a natural point, but still looks very comfortable in the hand.

    Check it out!

    http://www.hkpro.com/p3000.htm

    Of course, knowing HK it will probably cost a tad under $1,000.00 retail. Plus, right now with all the crap HK is pulling and their almost hatred for the civilian gun purchaser I'd never buy one. Hopefully, they come under new management soon or go bankrupt and have to change out management.
     
  2. Shooter

    Shooter Premium Member

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    My GF got a 2000 9mm, It looks great, very slim and very well made, but..........the trigger is not my cup of tea and I just can't seem to get the sight picture consistantly geared with the trigger, meaning rapid fire and accuracy dont happen for me..... it feels like the trigger axis is too far forward, making my trigger pull arch upward a tiny bit......
    I do have a USP 45.....like that and use it for my home defense weapon, big bullets, short distance, close quarters...... :!: She is ordering a new M1A 9mm........
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  3. SELFDEFENSE

    SELFDEFENSE Premium Member

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    "..the trigger is not my cup of tea and I just can't seem to get the sight picture consistantly geared with the trigger, meaning rapid fire and accuracy dont happen for me..... it feels like the trigger axis is too far forward, making my trigger pull arch upward a tiny bit...... "

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    Friend of mine got a P2000 with night sights and 3 full cap mags for $760, which I think is a good buy; but Shooter's comment above is EXACTLY what I think to myself whenever I shoot it. I am all over the paper with it. I'm sure it would get better if it was your own gun and one practiced with it regularly, but all I can say is VIVA my $300 Steyr!