what is the best trigger for a usp compact??

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      what is the best trigger for a usp compact??

      for

      1. p2000
      2.p2000sk
      3.usp 9mm

      what is the closest version to the da/sa similar to walther p99??

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      Thumbs up Lem

      The (LEM) Law Enforcement Modification trigger system variant is now available on all modlels of the USPs. This provides a positive 7.5 to 8.5 pound pull. The short trigger reset ensures that follow-up shots are rapid and on target.

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      I like the LEM, but it is DAO, albeit with a short reset. I think the v3 (or maybe it's v4 ) is DA/SA. In any event the P2000 does come in DA/SA. But you oughtta try the LEM before deciding.

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      Thumbs up My USPCompact .45 trigger

      I don't know about other HKs but mine is really good. It might that I am less picky then others and except a military type trigger but to me it's smooth in single action and what I would expect in D/A.

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      I'm a huge proponent of condition one carry. My USPc is a V9!!!!!

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      Quote Originally Posted by falshman70 View Post
      I like the LEM, but it is DAO, albeit with a short reset. I think the v3 (or maybe it's v4 ) is DA/SA. In any event the P2000 does come in DA/SA. But you oughtta try the LEM before deciding.

      I have a P-2000 "V3" and it is DA/SA. It also has the decoking lever on the back on the weapon. Yes, the LEM system is great and well worth it.

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