To go along with its ever-popular P30, Heckler & Koch has developed an all new subcompact model, the P30SK (SubKompact), which has all of the sought-after characteristics of the larger frame P30 and P30L pistols but in a more concealable design.
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Like its larger brethren, Heckler & Koch’s P30SK features a customizable frame that comes with interchangeable backstraps and lateral grip panels.
Currently available in 9mm, the P30SK features a luminescent three-dot sights (Meprolight night sights are also available), a 3.27-inch barrel, an ambidextrous slide release and a Picatinny accessory rail.
Several trigger/safety systems are also available for the pistol, including: double-action-only (DAO) P30SKs with LEM triggers and double-action/single-action (DA/SA) models with ambidextrous safety/decocker levers or just decockers.
In any setup, however, like all HK P30 pistols, the P30SK features an automatic hammer safety and firing pin safety.
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While the pistol comes with 10-round magazines, another benefit is that it can also use the VP9 and P30’s full-sized, 15-round magazines.
For more information on the P30SK and other products from Heckler & Koch, please visit hk-usa.com.
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