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Hk p Series Pistols Operator's Manual

Hk p Series Pistols Operator's Manual

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The P Series pistol incorporates features of the successful HK USP Compact pistol with
the latest innovations of HK engineers. Derived from a design produced especially for
European police agencies, the P Series trigger system was introduced back in 2001.
The P Series pistol incorporates features of the successful HK USP Compact pistol with
the latest innovations of HK engineers. Derived from a design produced especially for
European police agencies, the P Series trigger system was introduced back in 2001.

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P2000 & P2000SKCalibers .40 S&W9mm x 19.357 SIGV2 (LEM)V3 (DA/SA)
P Series PistolsOperator's Manual
WARNINGA firearm has the capability of taking your life or the life of someone else!Be extremely careful with your firearm. An accident can occur at anytimeand is almost always the result of not following basic safety rules.
 © Heckler & Koch, Inc.All rights reserved.Heckler & Koch7661 Commerce LaneTrussville, Alabama USATelephone (205) 655-8299www.hk-usa.comSpeciications and models subject to change without notice.Revised April 2007
P30 Caliber9mm x 19V3 (DA/SA)
 
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SAFETY RULESPlease read this operator's manual before handling your firearm. Thefollowing safety rules are placed in this manual by HKI as an important reminderthat firearm safety is your responsibility. Firearmscan be dangerous and can potentially cause serious injury, damage toproperty or death, if handled improperly.
1. Never point a irearm at anyone or in any direction other than a SAFE direction, i.e.down range.2. Treat all irearms as i they are always loaded.3. Keep your inger o the trigger and outside o the trigger guard until your sights arealigned on the target and you are ready to ire.4. Keep your inger o the trigger and outside o the trigger guard while loading or unload-ing the irearm.5. Keep your inger o the trigger and outside o the trigger guard while pulling the irearmout o the holster or while returning it to the holster.6. Be sure o your target and the backstop beyond.7. Never give a irearm to or take a irearm rom anyone unless the action is open and themagazine and/or chamber are ree o any ammunition or brass.8. Be sure that the ammunition you are using is actory loaded, is o the correct caliber orthe irearm in which it is to be used, and that it is not damaged in any way.9. Beore iring, remove the magazine rom the irearm, lock the action open, make surethe chamber is clear o any ammunition or brass, and check the barrel o the
unloaded
 irearm or any possible obstructions.10. Beore iring any irearm that is unamiliar to you, make sure that you understand exact-ly how it unctions. A lack o amiliarity with the irearm can result in serious accidents.Attend a certiied training course on any irearm which you intend to use or with whichyou are not suiciently amiliar.11. Always wear hearing and eye protection when using your irearm.12. Keep all body parts, especially the hands and ingers, away rom the muzzle to avoidinjury or burns.13. Be sure that no part o either hand touches or intereres with the slide. The slide ismoved backward by the recoil orce o the pistol during iring and may cause seriousinjury.14. Firearms should be locked and stored separately rom ammunition and beyond thereach o children and/or any untrained individuals.15. Avoid the use o any alcoholic beverages or drugs beore or during your use o a ire-arm.16. Discharging irearms in poorly ventilated areas, cleaning irearms, or handling ammu-nition may result in exposure to lead; a substance known to be associated with birthdeects, reproductive harm and other serious injury. Have adequate ventilation at alltimes. Wash hands thoroughly ater exposure.
 
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STOP! Know how to clear this pistol before attempting to operate.Clearing the Pistol -
The HK Pistol is not considered “clear” or sae unless:1. The magazine is removed rom the pistol.2. The slide is locked to the rear and.3. The chamber is ree o brass or ammunition.
To Clear the HK Pistol:
1.
Make sure fingers are outside of the trigger guard and the pistol is pointed in asafe direction at all times!
2.
Remove magaine
- Depress the magazine release lever and remove the magazinerom the pistol.3.
Open and lock slide
- While pointing the pistol in a sae direction, lock the slideopen by pulling the slide rearward as you press the slide release upward. Watch or acartridge or empty case to be ejected rom the pistol.4.
Inspect chamber
- Inspect chamber or the presence o a cartridge or empty caseby:• Visually viewing chamber through open ejection port.• Physically inserting inger into chamber through ejection port to check or the pres-ence o a cartridge or empty case.Remove any cartridges or empty cases rom the chamber or rom within the pistol.
The HK Pistol is now considered “Clear.”

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