Gun Report

Heckler & Koch P30 V3 9mm

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Capable of fine accuracy, mixing grip panels helped us gain speed and accuracy. But a simpler trigger might make the interchangeable panels unnecessary and lower its MSRP.

Heckler & Koch P30 V3 9mm

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Long, easy-to-operate slide-release levers were found on both sides of the P30. But the left-side lever was connected to the cross pin. The Picatinny rail offered four slots.
The P30 came with three sets of panels for the sides of the grip as well as the backstrap, (small, medium, and large). We found that they could be mixed and matched to suit the individual hand. Some combinations worked better for firing from support and others for shooting offhand.

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