Doh! Hate it when that happens.http://loadoutroom.com/3817/when-polymer-guns-fail-hk-p2000/
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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...
Tupperware belongs in the kitchen not in a holster.
Call the manufacturer?
I don't need No stinking signature.
Old news - came out months ago... It just hit The Blaze in the past few days and now its suddenly news...
Hammer + tupperware = not good.
Dead Bears, the only good kind.
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.