Heckler & Koch P30SK

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posted on April 12, 2015
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In a show filled with surprises big and small, one of the interesting ones was the announcement of the Heckler & Koch P30SK. Using the framework of the company's long-established P30 as a baseline, the P30SK shrinks to a size more amenable to concealed carry.

Offering two triggers (standard SA/DA or LEM variant with bobbed hammer and DAO operation), the P30SK has six grip panels and three backstraps available to custom-fit to the shooter's hand. With a weight of 24 ounces (with empty magazine) and an MSRP of $719, the P30SK won't overly burden your belt or your wallet.

Magazine capacity is 10 rounds and the P30SK comes with non-radioactive night sights. A small length of accessory rail is present for lights or laser sights, and it can be had with or without a mechanical safety. An ambidextrous decocking lever is also available.

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