I heard with a P320 you can get legal full auto if you drop it down the steps.
If the P30 is cocked, the sear might bounce, releasing the hammer. But the hammer would normally be caught at half cock by the hammer intercept, and even if it wasn't the FBP would stop firing.
With VP9s we know what happens because the mallet thing shows that if the sear bounces off the striker the FPB stops it.
The P320's problem is that the guts will make the gun act as if the trigger was pulled on impact, and there is no "half cock" with striker pistols. It is just a horrid design.
If you are invloved in a shooting , and the cops order you to drop the gun, then drop the gun..The reality is, even if it's a good shoot, the cops are going to consifscate your pistol, you may or may not get it back, so, don't carry anything you can't afford to lose or replace....
Fed contracts always have an out, funding can always dry up.
The Army, they can certainly/probably cancel 'for cause'. I haven't caught up, but I believe the Army variant isn't afflicted, at least not in the same condition as the civilian P320.
If dropped or struck, the pistol may fire. Keep chamber
empty unless actually firing!
For maximum safety when carrying the pistol with a
loaded magazine in place, the chamber should be
empty, and the slide should be closed. If placed into a
holster, check it to be sure that the slide is not
retracted far enough to chamber a cartridge from the
Along with a graphic to not drop the firearm on the rear sight.
My car always has three passengers…. Heckler, Koch and me.