View Full Version : HK USP 9mm LEM + Match trigger ***SPF***

04-15-2013, 2:44 PM
Make: Heckler & Koch

Model: USP fullsize LEM light + match trigger (DAO)

Caliber: 9mm

Location (city or county): LA area

Price: *** SPF***

Will ship (Y/N): at buyer's cost

Other info: Includes 3 magazines, HK case & parts to convert back to Da/Sa
Interested in trading for a Colt combat commander xse 1911 or other commander sized.

Here is my USP 9mm for sale. Has LEM/Match Hybrid kit installed, LEM DA kit and Match trigger kit by former owner. The match kit was barely installed with under 100 rounds. Gun itself has under 2100 rounds through it and is is excellent condition. Only wear is on the barrel and has never been holstered. No failures what so ever. Meprolite night sights are installed but will soon need replacing.

For those familiar with HK's DA LEM, this is actually lighter than light LEM with the long DA pull and has some extra features such as slightly shorter trigger reset and a trigger stop because of the trigger screw. When shooting down range, reset is slightly shorter and more crisp than a regular USP. Though it is a DA only, the pull is only long when you let go of the trigger beyond the reset point. The long trigger pull itself is amazing due to a preloaded mainspring. The takeup is a long 0.5 lb pull up to the point before the sear breaks. It is the best LEM setup out there and is difficult/expensive to find the two kits to put together.

This LEM/Match hybrid uses about 6 parts from the match trigger kit, the match trigger system is what you get on the Expert, tactical, elite, etc models. The match hybrid trigger system comes stock on the combat competition model, which I don't think was made in great numbers. You can search LEM/match hybrid on google for more info and reviews. I wish I could have it installed in all my DA/SA pistols if it were possible.

Included are three(3) 10rd HK factory polymer magazines and HK gun case

Will also include some of the parts for converting back to da/sa, I have the hammer and the decock lever and some of the small internal parts.







04-16-2013, 2:57 PM