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Old 08-13-2012, 08:42 PM   #1
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Default Polymer frame fail: HK P2000

Doh! Hate it when that happens.



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Old 08-13-2012, 08:45 PM   #2
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Thats depressing.
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^^THIS^^ is why I only carry a 1911 while riding ATV's...

That, and them ATV desperadoes rarely travel in groups larger than 7...
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How many rounds you put thru it
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Tupperware belongs in the kitchen not in a holster.
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Call the manufacturer?
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Old news - came out months ago... It just hit The Blaze in the past few days and now its suddenly news...
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Hammer + tupperware = not good.

XD45 FTW!
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Call the manufacturer?
Which One?

Gun or ATV?

If HK warrants ass planting your pistol into your baton while ungraciously exiting your ATV at 35 MPH...well hell, that would get me to buy one!

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Sad ending for a fine pistol. I can imagine any number of Poly-Pistols failing this way---they can take a lot but crashing on top of one at speed is beyond their design. I consider my P2000 9mm to be one of my favorite pistols.
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