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i would have to take it apart and see the gutz before i rented one to test
 

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The grips are way different from the USP. Also the lack of a manual safety jumps out to my eye. Also the slide release on both sides of the pistol is kind of funky, as well. Another thing that sticks out just visually that sets it apart from the USP is no hammer. I don't see a hammer on the P3000 in any of those pics. Other than that, I'll have to see design specs to pick out any other differences.
 

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Yeah the USP is a SA/DA but you can get it in a DAO also now. The USP is slightly larger and more bulky. The P2000 and P3000 like the one shown in the pic is probably a DOA which is why you cant see the hammer or a saftey. You can get the P2000 in SA/DA as well
 
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