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Lightly used HK P30s V3 9mm
LEM trigger 4.5lb
Tritium night sights
3 Interchangeable back straps
6 lateral grip panels
ambidextrous safety
rear decocker
ambidextrous mag release
ambidextrous slide release
4- 10rd pinned mags
All original paperwork and box etc...
Pistol Gun sock
50 rds of ammo

This gun is most ergonomically feeling gun I owned next to PPQ. Super accurate, light weight and reliable. User Customization with interchangeable back straps and side panels. I am original owner, bought at Tanners in Pa and transferred thru Jim Flynns. I am selling because I need $ badly not because of the gun. Took to range a few times but was mainly a safe queen. Gun is super clean and well kept.

Reduced to $550 out the door if Transferred at Cheyenne Gunsmith and Firearms in Manville. $500 if buyer pays transfer at any other local ffl. Due to unreliable vehicle travel restrictions I cannot go far

I will hold if paid if you are waiting on permits. If want to ship to your FFL can be discussed

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