Airsoft Pistol Product Details
Elite Force HK Heckler & Koch P30 Electric Blowback 6mm BB Pistol Airsoft Gun, Black
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. Will shoot in full-auto mode too! UMAREX holds the worldwide exclusive HK-trademark and exterior design copy license for use with this UMAREX product, granted by HK, , U. S. A.
Airsoft Pistol Product Features
About this item
Velocity (FPS): 180 / Caliber: 6mm
Ammo Type: Airsoft BBs / Capacity: 16
Action: Semi & Full Auto
Safety Type: Manual / 4 AAA Battery Required (Not Included)
Front Sight Type: Fixed Blade / Rear Sight Type: Fixed Notch
HK P30 Electric Airsoft Pistol.
200 shots per minute!
Includes one HK P30 Electric Airsoft Pistol and two magazines.
Overall Length: 7 inches
Weight: 0.5 lb.
Capacity: 16 rounds
Semi and Full auto action
Available in black and clear versions.
HK P30 Electric Airsoft Pistol
A perfect entry level airsoft pistol at a great price.
Shooting the HK P30 electric airsoft pistol by Umarex is a great way to spend the afternoon, whether plinking at targets or playing an airsoft match. This authentic HK replica fires 6mm .12g airsoft BBs at 180 fps and features a realistic recoil action for realism and a built-in Hop-Up system to adjust firing trajectory to your liking. Once you have spent all your ammo, eject the magazine with the firearm-accurate mag release and insert your included back up magazine to continue the action.
Licensed Trademark of Heckler & Koch GmbH.
Fires 6mm, .12g airsoft BBs
Powered by (4) AAA batteries (not included)
Built-in Hop-Up system
Fixed front and rear sights
Semi/Full auto action
16-round drop-out magazine
Extra magazine included!
Realistic recoil action moves the slide back just like the real thing.
Powered by 4 AAA Batteries
No need to wait around for battery packs to charge. Pop in some fresh AAA batteries and get back in the game!
Extra Magazine Included
Stay in the action with the included extra 16-round magazine.
Licensed Trademark of Heckler & Koch GmbH.
Airsoft Pistol Type Information
Find information about airsoft sidearms, pistols, and handguns and how you can use them as backup weapons or as primary weapons on the airsoft playing field. Lots of airsoft pistols are completely manufacturer licensed versions of their real pistol counterparts and run and look in the same ways while shooting airsoft BBs instead of authentic bullets.
There are a variety of airsoft pistols such as CO2, propane or green gas (blowback and non-blowback), spring powered, and AEG automatic electric gun sidearms. Each of these kinds of handguns come with positives and negatives associated with them. Learning more about the varieties of airsoft handguns helps you make a decision on which type is right for you and your airsoft gameplay style.
CO2 Airsoft Pistols
CO2 airsoft pistols are among the most sturdy and common types of handguns. They are all season, all weather handguns and operate well in many kinds of weather conditions and climates. These sidearms use high pressure CO2 gas to send airsoft BBs down the handgun barrel. The CO2 cartridge stores the gas within the cylinder and is generally kept in the gun’s magazine.
These kinds of airsoft weapons are great for playing airsoft in cold temperatures because the high pressure CO2 gas is less susceptible to FPS decreases caused by temperature. This provides good FPS and shot consistency while playing airsoft in the cold weather for instance where other types of guns like green gas stuffer from low performance or barely shoot pellets.
Info About CO2 Gas and CO2 Cylinders
CO2 airsoft guns are powered by standard 12 gram CO2 cylinders. These cartridges look similar to a shiny steel cylinder and store high pressure CO2 gas made up of 1 carbon atom and two oxygen atoms, as a result the molecular formula of “C + O2 “. These atoms are bonded in the following alignment “O= C =O”. The gas is stored in the 12 gram cylinders under extremely high pressure of about ~ 800psi which correlates to 55bar.
The CO2 gas cartridge cylinders cannot be refilled and you can usually order them in packs of 12, 20, 50, or 100 12 gram CO2 cartridge sets. They come sealed to preserve the CO2 gas safely within, but when they are punctured (firing them in an airsoft weapon breaks the cartridge seal) cartridges will start to lose pressure if they are left unused. You need to try to run through the entire CO2 cartridge the same day you open the seal. If the airsoft matches end and you still have CO2 gas leftover, use the chance to do some pistol accuracy and target practice and burn up the remainder of the excess gas. There is no gas level indication on the cartridge so you have to shoot up until the handgun stops firing airsoft BBs.
CO2 cartridges have a long storage life if they are stored sealed. They come with the supplier’s expiration date usually noted on the package or cartridge, however, they will probably last for an extended time past this date if the cartridge seals are not broken.
Green Gas and Propane Airsoft Handgun Info
Green gas airsoft pistols are similar to CO2 pistols, however they use green gas or propane instead of CO2 cartridges. The effect on the battleground and green gas weapon efficiency is practically the same as CO2 handguns with the guns shooting up to 300+ FPS.
The green gas is held in the handgun’s mag and can typically hold between 15 to 20+ BBs depending on the pistol design. A set of valves, rubberized stoppers, and o-rings keep the gas stored in the mag till the pistol’s trigger is squeezed. It is a great habit to top off and refill the propane supply in your magazine each time you load it into the gun. Pistol-wielding gamers can even bring excess bottles of green gas in the field for refilling magazines in-between lulls in the battle or between activities.
When using a green gas pistol on the airsoft field as a primary or backup gun, bringing extra handgun magazines is highly recommended for quickly reloading and getting back into the game. Having additional mags helps you re engage in the action throughout firefights or while clearing structures in CQB (close quarters combat) room-to-room battles.
Green gas handguns are excellent for CQB at airsoft fields given that rifles and full-sized AEGs are typically not enabled to be used during indoor game play. This is an essential safety rule due to the close range proximity of players during the shooting engagements. While green gas pistols can still shoot airsoft BBs at about 300 FPS, the short pistol barrel aids to keep the joules and energy pushing the BB at a decreased level compared to AEGs, sniper rifles, and long guns.
About Green Gas Blowback (GBB) VS Green Gas Non-blowback
There are two various varieties of green gas airsoft handguns. There are green gas blowback handguns or GBBs where the slide moves and non-blowback pistols. The green gas non-blowback airsoft handguns use a fixed slide which does not move.
About GBB and Green Gas Limits
While green gas generally can be used effectively, it does have drawbacks. For example, when green gas guns are played with throughout the winter in the snow or in colder weather (like under 32 degrees F). Given that the green gas or propane is kept in the mag using rubber seals and gaskets, the cold can impact the seals and cause the gas to seep out before firing the handgun. This can cause the airsoft BBs to merely shoot a couple of feet (like 10 feet in the cold ) when it would usually shoot BBs over 100+ feet in warmer temperatures).
One strategy to this problem is to keep the GBB pistol mags warmer by placing them next to your body prior to game play starts. If you really desire to play with a trustworthy airsoft handgun in the cold weather, it might additionally be worth getting a CO2 variation of your preferred handgun.
Spring Airsoft Handguns
Spring airsoft pistols are powered by strong springs that shoot the BBs out of the gun barrel. The manual functions of reloading, cocking, and firing spring pistols makes the fire rate much slower than CO2, green gas, and GBB handguns.
Spring sidearms and guns perform best in springer battles where game players can only use similar, single shot spring weapons or as a close quarters backup weapon for CQB environments when you can frequently surprise other airsoft players to get an assured one-shot-one-kill. In the latter scenario, a quick second follow-up shot isn’t needed considering that the other opponent is now struck and out of the game play or running back to respawn. When engaging several adversaries considering that the weapon simply fires as quickly as you can re-chamber an airsoft BB by hand, be careful.
About Spring Handgun Effectiveness
Spring pistols are remarkably efficient under the proper game circumstances. Their FPS typically chronos at around 250 FPS to 300 FPS with lighter 0.12 gram airsoft BBs. These handguns typically fire the lighter weight airsoft BBs because the coiled springs are less powerful than other styles of airsoft guns. Spring handguns can typically engage targets at ranges of up to 120 feet or more with 0.12 gram BBs however the ability to hit targets reduces quickly. Choosing standard 0.20 gram weight airsoft BBs, you will probably have a reduced shooting distance of about 60 to 80 feet or less with improved target accuracy.
AEG Automatic Electric Airsoft Handguns
AEG airsoft sidearms or AEPs (automatic electric pistols) are also a good choice to carry as a backup weapon on the airsoft field. These automatic electric pistols are often powered by mini stick batteries in the pistol’s handle. They work just like an AEG gun and use forced air forced through electrically cycled pistons and gearboxes to propel airsoft BBs out of the barrel and very rapidly at that.
AEG pistol magazines generally store around 20 to 30 airsoft BBs. The handguns can fire airsoft BBs approximately around 300 FPS with 0.12g airsoft BBs or about 200 to 250 FPS with 0.20g airsoft BBs. The electric gearbox system can shoot around 700+ 6mm BBs per minute which depends if you have enough magazines to reload and the battery maintains its charge that long. These AEP handguns can accurately fire airsoft BBs at about 150 foot ranges.
AEG Pistol Quality and Performance
AEG pistol quality has actually increased substantially recently. The first gens were a bit questionable and unreliable, however the new models have the deficiencies resolved and make efficient airsoft backup guns. They can be modified with enhanced mag capacities and also accommodating larger batteries.
A big benefit of carrying an AEG handgun is that you have the opportunity to rewire the connectors to use a more substantial battery with longer life. Based on the AEG handgun model, you are able to get a large jump in efficiency utilizing a 2 cell Lipo battery (2S Lipo) as opposed to the standard mini battery. Be careful when adjusting the parts and wires since you must take into account the volts, mAh, and electrical loads of the battery. If you have modding questions, ask a pro airsoft gun service technician at your nearest airsoft shop.
What Airsoft Pistol is Right for Me to Play with?
If you have $100 or more to use to buy your airsoft pistol, take a look at a green gas blowback handgun or automatic electric handgun. If you have between $50 to $100 to invest, look at a good quality CO2 handgun or more affordable GBB handgun. You can still get a long lasting airsoft pistol by checking out cheaper pistols and by shopping for used guns if you are trying to save money.
Frequently Asked Questions About Airsoft Sidearms
Question: What is the most widely used type of airsoft pistol?
Answer: The best pistols are often a matter of a player’s preference. CO2 and GBB airsoft handguns usually are the most reliable and effective on the airsoft field. Learn about the different types of airsoft pistols.
Question: What kind of airsoft weapon is the Elite Force HK Heckler & Koch P30 Electric Blowback 6mm BB Pistol Airsoft Gun, Black?
Answer: The Elite Force HK Heckler & Koch P30 Electric Blowback 6mm BB Pistol Airsoft Gun, Black is an airsoft pistol.
Question: Is this airsoft pistol good for first time airsoft players?
Answer: This airsoft pistol may be a viable choice for first time airsoft players. It depends on the player’s gun budget, their experience using handguns, and how much they want to play airsoft. The Elite Force HK Heckler & Koch P30 Electric Blowback 6mm BB Pistol Airsoft Gun, Black is a decent gun for many players to carry.
Question: Is this airsoft handgun rentable?
Answer: Many airsoft fields rent weapons. You will find most fields rent automatic electric guns like rifles instead of pistols. Therefore, finding this specific pistol model to rent will most likely be more challenging. Check with your closest airsoft field near you to see if they rent the specific handgun model.
Question: Can this airsoft sidearm be enhanced with modifications?
Answer: Possibly, this depends on the airsoft gun type and build. It may be able to accept upgrades depending on what is modified. Look for parts specific to the Elite Force HK Heckler & Koch P30 Electric Blowback 6mm BB Pistol Airsoft Gun, Black.
Question: Are airsoft guns legal in my state?
Answer: Potentially depending upon where you live. Check your local gun laws or with your local police authority. States like Arkansas (AR), Colorado (CO), Illinois (IL), Maine (ME), Massachusetts (MA), Michigan (MI), Mississippi (MS), New York and New York City (NY), North Dakota (ND), Texas (TX), and Washington D.C. do have stricter laws and requirements which may apply to airsoft guns like the Elite Force HK Heckler & Koch P30 Electric Blowback 6mm BB Pistol Airsoft Gun, Black.
Question: What type of airsoft BBs does this airsoft pistol shoot?
Answer: This airsoft pistol generally shoots basic 6mm airsoft BBs which are 0.12 gram or 0.20g. Check out the handgun’s product information for more details.
Question: How far can this airsoft pistol shoot?
Answer: A lot of airsoft handguns can shoot around 80 to 120 feet or more. This may include the Elite Force HK Heckler & Koch P30 Electric Blowback 6mm BB Pistol Airsoft Gun, Black. Weapon range depends upon the shooter’s skills, shooting conditions, weather, wind, terrain, and other factors.
Question: What do I need to know for airsoft weapon safety?
Answer: Safety is a top concern when using airsoft handguns. Players should constantly use impact resistant safety glasses and face masks. The weapon must be used safely with guidance for training in proper environments or for target practice only. You can learn more about safety by reading the airsoft rules of engagement and safety regulations.
Question: Can this airsoft handgun fire real ammunition?
Answer: No, this airsoft handgun can not fire real bullets and can not be modified in any way to fire live bullets. It is a toy handgun.