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How To Detail Strip a P30SK Slide 1.0

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The following tutorial will show you how to detail strip a P30SK slide. It is a little different from the other HK pistols (USP, HK45, P2000/SK, etc.) due to the addition of new Firing Pin Safety in the P30SK (and VP9/VP40).

Tools you will need
• 1.8mm punch (or 1/16")
• 2.8mm punch (or 3/32")
• Small hammer or mallet
• A bench block (optional)

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DISASSEMBLY
Step 1

• Note the Firing Pin Safety Roll-Pin laying across the top of the Firing Pin Safety. This pin must be removed prior to removing the Firing Pin Safety

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• Locate the Firing Pin Safety Roll-Pin on the right side of the slide. Use the 1.4mm or (1/16") punch to drive the roll-pin towards the inside of the slide. The roll-pin should fall out and into the inside of the slide

• Remove the roll-pin

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Step 2
• Locate the Firing Pin Safety (viewed from top of slide). Use a small punch to push it towards the inside of the slide to remove

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Parts identification:
1. Firing Pin Safety
2. Firing Pin Safety Spring
3. Firing Pin Safety Roll-Pin

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Step 3
• Use the 2.8mm (or 3/32") roll-pin punch to drive out the Firing Pin Block Roll-Pin

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4. Firing Pin Block Roll-Pin

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Step 4
• Push down on the Firing Pin Block and push in on the Firing Pin, then let go of the Firing Pin Block
• Remove the Firing Pin Block, Firing Pin Block Spring, Firing Pin, and Firing Pin Spring

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Parts identification:
1. Firing Pin Block
2. Firing Pin Block Spring
3. Firing Pin
4. Firing Pin Spring

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Step 5
• Locate the Extractor Roll-Pin inside the slide
• Use the 2.8mm (or 3/32") roll-pin punch to drive out the Extractor Roll-Pin and remove the extractor parts

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Parts identification:
1. Extractor
2. Extractor Spring
3. Rubber Plug
4. Extractor Roll-Pin

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The slide is now completely dissasembled.

Parts identification:
1. Firing Pin Block
2. Firing Pin Block Spring
3. Firing Pin
4. Firing Pin Spring
5. Firing Pin Safety
6. Firing Pin Safety Spring
7. Firing Pin Safety Roll-Pin
8. Firing Pin Block Roll-Pin
9. Extractor
10. Extractor Spring
11. Rubber Plug for Extractor Spring
12. Extractor Roll-Pin

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RE-ASSEMBLY
Step 1

• Assemble the Rubber Plug inside the Extractor Spring and drop it inside the slide

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Step 2
• Guide the Extractor into the channel on the slide

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Step 3
• Locate the hole for the Extractor Roll-Pin in the slide and insert the roll-pin
• Push in the Extractor to line up the hole on the extractor with the Extractor Roll-Pin hole in the slide
• Use the 2.8mm (or 3/32") roll-pin punch, drive the roll-pin into the slide while pushing in on the Extractor
• The roll-pin should sit a bit below the surface of the slide

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Step 4
• Assemble the Firing Pin and Firing Pin Spring

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Step 5
• Insert the Firing Pin into the slide and drop the Firing Pin Block Spring into the slide

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Step 6
• Drop the Firing Pin Block on top of the spring so that the quarter-pie side of the Firing Pin Block faces up
• Push down on the Firing Pin Block and push in on the Firing Pin, then let go of the Firing Pin Block. The Firing Pin Block and Firing Pin should be locked in place

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Step 7
• Insert the Firing Pin Block Roll-Pin and use the 2.8mm (or 3/32") roll-pin punch to drive the roll-pin into the slide until it sits a little below the surface of the slide. Note: Pushing in slightly on the Firing Pin while inserting the Firing Pin Block Roll-Pin will help make it go in easier

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Step 8
• Assemble the Firing Pin Safety and Firing Pin Safety Spring

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Step 9
• Drop the Firing Pin Safety into the slide. Note the orientation of the Firing Pin Safety and its location inside the slide

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Step 10
• Insert the Firing Pin Safety Roll-Pin into the right side of the slide, and while pushing down on the Firing Pin Safety (from inside of the slide), drive the roll-pin into the side of the slide using the 1.4mm (or 1/16") roll-pin punch until it sits flush inside the hole

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Step 11
• Verify that the Firing Pin Safety Roll-Pin is laying across the top of the Firing Pin Safety

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• The slide is now completely re-assembled.
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