Anyone have a HK P30(L)?

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  • EmptyWallet

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    I currently have a USP, and have been eyeballing the P30. I've never held one (this weekend will change that), but I keep hearing praises about its ergonomics.

    Any have any experience with one?
     

    BigBoss0311

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    The P30 has the best grip of any pistol anywhere ever. Make sure you figure out which trigger variant you are trying out. People have their personal preference. I prefer the Light LEM trigger on the P series pistols.
     

    EmptyWallet

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    That scares me a little. LOL.

    Anyone have direct experience with it compared to shooting a USP? I know the USP has the dual spring system...and P30 has the nylon bushing, correct?

    I seem to remember hearing about one guy that shot in competitions with his USP....he removed the inner spring. He name eludes me at the moment.
     

    Dash Riprock

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    Never shot one but I never pass up a chance to fondle one at a gun show. Yes, as has been mentioned, the grip truly is that good.
     

    BigBoss0311

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    The trigger on the USP is way better. The USP is....bulkier. It feels like a battle pistol that can take a direct hit from a bomb and keep going. The P30 doesn't have that same feel but it is still stupid reliable. The P30 L should have the metal bushing on the guide rod now. The P30 is a great pistol, with very light recoil, and it's even better on the longslide version. Get it, you will love it, I promise. If you really want one, this is an OUTSTANDING deal on the hkpro forum:

    WTS: Grayguns P30L 9mm Light LEM (no safety) with Heinies

    A P30L, Light LEM with Gray Guns RRCP Package AND Heinie sights? Uhm, yes please. I have the Gray Guns RRCP package on my P2000SK and absolutely love it, it makes a world of difference. If you get this and for some reason don't like it, I will buy it from you for what you paid.
     

    Charlie

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    WTS: Grayguns P30L 9mm Light LEM (no safety) with Heinies

    That is a bargain! What's the best way to go about checking out the different triggers? I've owned a USP45CT with the da/sa triggers but have never tried the LEM that everyone raves about. How does it compare to a Glock trigger? They are able to be converted from one style to another, correct?
     

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