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    What is the model number...

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    of the Heckler & Koch .357 sig .40 combo? I was reading a post from last year in the HK section. I also have a neighbor who said that he had an HK that shot both .357 sig and .40 without a barrel change or a conversion kit? Does anyone whether it is still being sold?

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    The P2000 is the only one listed on their website that offers 9mm, .357SIG and .40S&W. However I think your neighbor is mistaken about shooting the two larger without a barrel swap. It's possible he's confusing facts and making and an incorrect assertion. THe .357SIG roung is derived from a .40 S&W casewith the end "necked down" to accomodate a .357 (.355 actually) bullet.

    The P2000 apears to be in the current line up/offering from H&K according to their website.

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    Thanks Growler67. I read about the combo deal. They must have been referring to the different barrels. Next time that I shoot with the neighbor, I'll give him a few of my .40 shells so that he can show me. But, I shot the HK, and it was instant love. One day...

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    I've shot many poly framed handguns. The only one I own is a SiG Sp2022. Didn't like the P250 at all either.

    The .357SIG will load into a .40 chamber, but wouldn't be the safest nor most effective discharge of a round to be attempted. Just sayin'.

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