This review is three weeks old. I don’t have much to say about the gun so I’ll just post it as is.
I’m starting to learn a basic fact about guns: the smaller the gun the bigger the kick. Tonight we fired the Hechler & Koch P2000sk.
The P2000sk is a small 9mm but feels like a tempest in your hand. Overall I wasn’t thrilled with this gun. I prefer accuracy at a distance, and this thing just bounces around in your hand alot while firing it. My feeling is that if you want stopping power at close range, why would you be firing a 9mm?
So far my experience with the HK line isn’t as good as mine with the Beretta line. Maybe I’m just a big wussie and HKs are just too manly for me – or maybe HKs have their uses and I haven’t found what they are just yet in my brief 8 months of target shooting experience. Or maybe they are simply overrated. I don’t know, but if I needed a pocket gun for protection, I sure as heck wouldn’t want a P2000sk in 9mm. .40 maybe and .45 – definitely – but not 9mm.