Heckler & Koch P2000. Is it “In a world of compromises, some don’t”, or “Because you suck, and we hate you”? If you were born in the mid 80’s, you might understand the brainwashing that has been bestowed upon me about HK firearms. Between Tom Clancy, Metal Gear Solid, and the US SOCOM pistol trials, there has been a never ending craving to own what has been heralded as the best, most durable, most accurate, most awesomest combat pistol ever created. It’s true, Thor’s Hammer can be yours for only $1,800 in the form of the Heckler &Koch MK23
When we look at the qualities that many guys are looking for in a concealed carry handgun, four things stand out. They look for a quality company with a long standing reputation, decent magazine capacity, a subcompact model with nice ergonomics that is comfortable to carry and a smooth trigger. The HK P2000sk embodies all of these qualities.
Produced as a duty gun for a German police agency, the Heckler & Koch P2000 is a light, slim and fully ambidextrous polymer-frame pistol. The only catch is that its long and heavy double-action-only trigger pull―a system H&K calls the Law Enforcement Modification or LEM-is not conducive to practical accuracy.