The Heckler and Koch P30 Electric Airsoft pistol is a fun shooting electric operated BB gun. It uses batteries not only to propel the BBs but to kick the slide back adding an extra kick of realism. Oh, and this P30 will shoot in full-auto mode too!
- Realistic Blowback recoil Action
- Extra magazine
- 200 Shots a minute
- Electric Powered
- Semi- or Full-auto
- Authentic H&K Replica
- Drop out 16-shot magazine
- ManufacturerHeckler & Koch
- Caliber6mm cal
- Velocity180 fps
- Ammo TypeAirsoft BBs
- Barrel StyleSmooth bore
- Fire ModeRepeater
- Gun Weight0
- Hop UpNo
- Overall Length7
- Magazine Capacity16
- Front SightsBlade and Ramp
- Rear SightsFixed
- Warranty30 Day Limited
June 1, 2016
The pistol has not worked at all. I put batteries in and tried to fire, but the blowback and firing would not work on either semi- or fully-automatic mode. It would make a hum noise, but wouldn't do anything else. Tried to call, and after long wait, was sent to VM. Hope Airgundepot makes this right - at this point I cannot recommend this company.
Broke on First Day
April 28, 2016
I excitedly waited for this gun to come in the mail. Once I finally got it, I put batteries in and began to shoot. It worked when I first used it, but all of the sudden it refused to shoot the BBs. It no longer blowsback, fires, or works. The only thing you hear is a slight buzz from the motor. It broke on the FIRST DAY. I didn't drop it or anything. Very dissapointed, will never buy a product from here ever again.
Islip Terrace, New York
I would recommend this item to a friend.
Nice Automatic Electric BB Gun
June 20, 2014
I have bought two of these guns now and I might buy a third. I like them because they use batteries and not CO2, which can be troublesome. I like the automatic feature as well.
Pros:Lightweight, easy to use, electric-no CO2, battery operated, and automatic. Nice blow back.
Cons:Maybe too lightweight, don't leave the batteries in the gun for an extended period of time or they might corrode and make the gun unusable. The gun is fragile.
I would recommend this item to a friend.
Great gun for the price
November 30, 2013
This gun is a little weak, as it couldn't quite tear some thick paper from 10 ft out. Also, the clip is horrendously small, especially with the ever tempting full auto setting. But there are a few aspects of this gun that make it a no brainer to pick up. First off, the price is right; not many electric pistols can be found for cheaper than about $60. The precision of this gun is also a selling point. Using the built in sights, very tight shots are possible from a closer range, up to ~35ft. The gun is very realistic looking, although the picture above is not true to what is received, there is another trigger for the safety under the trigger guard. The aesthetics, paired with the blowback make this gun appealing, despite the light weight. Lastly, the use of AAA batteries make this gun more convenient, if expensive, to use as a side arm.
July 20, 2010
its 180 fps with 12 g bbs so you cant expect much but its a good alternative to a gas pistol.if your gonna just go close range its good, plus its just fun to play around with q:) it has full auto too! ^ hat
June 26, 2010
the gun is really fun and realistic
November 30, -0001
For the price a great little soft air, I would highly recommend this product.
What kind of rail does it have?
By Jack from Virginia on March 14, 2012
By Staff on March 15, 2012
Answer:Underside of the gun is a weaver rail.
Is the battery a rechargeable, or does it take like AAA/AA
By James from NJ on December 2, 2011
By pwnr from seattlewa on January 27, 2012
Answer:4 AAA sorry dude
By Conor from Sunnyside, WA on February 9, 2012
Answer:Yep, 4 regular batteries.
By AUGUSTO from Brasilia, Brazil on May 1, 2012
I wonder if sending the product for Brazil cep: 71070-102 and how much is the product price plus shipping?
By Staff on May 3, 2012
Answer:Thank you for you interest.
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What size are the bbs?
By cody from Chicago, illinois on July 22, 2012