HECKLER & KOCH P30
HECKLER & KOCH P30

HECKLER & KOCH P30

SKU M730903S-A5

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Product Information & Specs

The Heckler Koch P30 is a semi-automatic centerfire pistol. The P30 features a fiber-reinforced polymer frame grip with interchangeable backstraps cold hammer forged cannon grade steel 3.85 barrel with polygonal bore one-piece nitro-carburized machined steel slide corrosion resistant blued finish ambidextrous controls lock-out safety open notch rear sight HK recoil reduction system and picatinny rail. Various models of the P30 offer a bobbed or spurred hammer and ambidextrous safety levers.

Details

Caliber 9mm - Capacity 15rds - Barrel 3.86 - Sights Fixed - Action DASA - Frame Black Polymer - Slide Blued Steel - Length 6.99 - Width 1.37 - Height 5.43 - Weight 1.63 lbs (unloaded) - Additional Features Ambidextrous safety levers - Rear decocking button - Special grip frame with interchangeable backstrap inserts and lateral plates - MIL-STD-1913 (Picatinny) rail on frame for mounting lights and accessories - Corrosion proof fiber-reinforced polymer frame - Polygonal bore profile for increased velocity easier cleaning and longer barrel life - Multiple trigger firing modes available - Patented HK recoil reduction system - One piece machined slide made from nitro-carburized steel - Corrosion resistant hostile environment blued finish - Ambidextrous slide levers and ambidextrous magazine release magazine - Patented lock-out safety device - Spurred hammer Automatic hammer and firing pin safeties

Part No. M730903S‐A5, UPC 642230247376 – P30S (V3) DA/SA, ambidextrous safety/rear decocking button, two 15rd magazines

UPC 642230247376
Caliber 9MM LUGER (9X19 PARA)
Action DOUBLE ACTION
Capacity 15 ROUNDS
Barrel Length 3.9 BARREL
Weight 1.6













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