The Heckler and Koch P30 is a semi-automatic large-frame pistol chambered in 9mm. The P30 is a popular pistol among European law enforcement agencies.
Features include an ergonomic grip and interchangeable back straps, so shooters can modify the grip for a more comfortable hold and ease of use. The frame is a polymer blend that’s lightweight putting the P30 at 1.4 pounds. It is friendly to both righties and lefties with an ambidextrous magazine release and safety. The safety acts as a de-cocking lever, so after shooters chamber a round they can set the trigger from a single-action to a double. It’s equipped with three-dot fixed sights, so it’s easier to see and align. The rear sight is a square notch intended to help shooters align the sights and acquire the target better even at night. On the front of the frame is a Picatinny rail, so lights or lasers can be easily attached. The P30 also has two extra safety features. The first is the load indicator, which is a thin notch that pops out when a round is chambered. And, the patented Lock-Out Safety that disables the weapon with the turn of a key.
HK recommends the P30 for open carry.
|Sights:||Three-dot fixed with square notch rear sight|
|Features:||Ambidextrous magazine release and safety; Picatinny rail; de-cocking lever; and patented Lock-Out safety|
|Trigger:||Double-action only<br />Double-action/single-action|
|Trigger Pull:||(single-action) 4.5 pounds|