I use tw25b
I just purchased a new P30 and the directions are clear. I also own a Glock34 and it has similar lube locations. I have always lubed anywhere moving parts are on any weapon I have owned. If you clean the gun after every outing what does it matter how much lube you put on it ? It still only takes 10 minutes to clean and re-lube the P30 properly. Love the gun, Love the gun.
I use tw25b
Lube locations are practically the same on Glocks, HKs. Striker pistols alittle different in the frame locations. But trick is not to over lube.
I actually use Mobil One as my preferred oil. Man, I know I will get some bashing for this admission. But for 20 years now, no problems, no issues.
Even had a gunsmith or 2 convert over to it. Plus, every 5-7 thousand miles I get enought left over to top off my oil bottles. Inexpensive.
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H&K USP Tactical .45, H&K USP Tactical .40 ,H&K USP .40, H&K P30 9mm,
H&K P2Ksk .40, H&K USC .45, H&K 94, H&K USPc .45,
Mobil 1 synthetic is ALL I put in my car, my engine is worth 7 grand so its safe to say I trust that oil. Although not made for firearms I see no reason why it wouldnt protect everything. If it protects my piston rings @ 8,000rpm, and hell my camshafts @ even faster, id trust it on my hk.
Although I use slip ewl exclusively on all my firearms, and a lil gun grease here and there
I CLP the entire polymer frame and slide (not barrel) and use an air compressor to blow off all the excess. I also use Mobile 1 as oil for the locking block, rails, etc. Has worked great for a few years on my Glocks, Sigs, and HKs.
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That pistol will run on spit, butter, snot, bacon grease, or even olive oil. . . it's not near as picky as most of it's owners are.
HK is the way!