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Hi, all

I just picked up my first HK, the P30 V2. I did not notice this at the shop, but after I got home and clean it up I notice that when I pull the trigger( without hammer cocked) there is a very audible click right when you start to pull and the hammer starts moving backward.

Then another time is after you press the trigger and let it go forward there's two other clicks. One is at the reset point, and the other is when the trigger being let out almost all the way forward. Is this normal? Hope I didn't screw anything up..

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Alright. Obviously make sure everything is unloaded, and the pistol is in a safe direction. Are you familiar with the operation of the LEM and how the internal hammer works in concert with the trigger? In other words, the internal hammer is cocked when with the slide is racked, then the LEM is ready to use. There is really no reason to pull the trigger with the internal hammer uncocked (it sounds like you're doing this to me). The trigger only resets after the slide cycles, are you getting the double clicks at this point?

There are a few clicks that I hear when I pull the trigger in the normal operation of the LEM and it works just fine. Have you shot the pistol?

Perhaps I am misunderstanding, but let me know.
 

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No, you got that right, Apollo, thank you.

I understand that there's no point on evaluating the trigger before the slide is racked. It will never happen in real life. The reason why I ask is because I try to find if there's any abnormal behavior in my trigger. I never had a gun with trigger this loud and so "click and clack" before.

Hopefully things are getting better with use.
 

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Good deal. With the LEM, try and evaluate it in it's designed range of operation. My guess would be that the clicks are the internal hammer being cocked. Let us know how it shoots when you get the chance, and good luck!
 
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