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    I agree. Berettas (most), are works of art. Just as you would expect of a 500 year old Italian company.

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    Man, that is a super nice looking pistol you got there man! I certainly would show that one off!

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    I bought a Keltec CP33 a few weeks back and started bolting stuff on. I still am missing 1 part, an angled fore grip, but she is close to done. The folder and tailhook brace came in just a few mins ago. Can't wait to shoot it and hope it runs well. 34 rounds of cheap to shoot fun! (I hope)
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    I've heard some good things about the 33 and a lot of good things about the 17?. Let us know how she runs ok?

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    Will do! A bit concerned about the mag loading, but I watched vids on it and think I've got it. I'll report back on all of that too once I've shot it. Thanks!

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    Another short 3.5 day wait, not counting the weekend. Just 5 inches tall with the pictured 13rd mag, and only 5.5 with the 15rd mag in it. With the replaceable backstraps and side panels they really can be made to fit like a glove.
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    I do say it looks super ergonomic. Nice HK!!!

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    An acquired taste I guess. I liked the looks of the P2000 and P2000SK that I used to have better. These look more like a Walther but it's hard not to like the in-hand feel of them. With the P2K and P2KSK what you saw is what you got. No way other than an aftermarket grip sleeve to customize the fit. And out of the box they were just too slim in the hand. First time I held a P30 I had to have it. Traded my P2KSK straight across for my P30S V3 9mm. I believe I'll hold onto these for longer than I did the others. I haven't shot the P30SK yet but the P30s are soft shooters. There are lots of different fire control variants. I like these V3S models that allow for condition one carry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dao View Post
    An acquired taste I guess. I liked the looks of the P2000 and P2000SK that I used to have better. These look more like a Walther but it's hard not to like the in-hand feel of them. With the P2K and P2KSK what you saw is what you got. No way other than an aftermarket grip sleeve to customize the fit. And out of the box they were just too slim in the hand. First time I held a P30 I had to have it. Traded my P2KSK straight across for my P30S V3 9mm. I believe I'll hold onto these for longer than I did the others. I haven't shot the P30SK yet but the P30s are soft shooters. There are lots of different fire control variants. I like these V3S models that allow for condition one carry.
    I think you’ll like it. I have had 2 P30sk’s. I think they had what they call the lem(?) triggers. My ex boss still has one of them. I got lucky enough to try them out before the prices jumped. Very nice guns. Wish I still had one. Never had a full size, but hope to one day.

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