HK-416 Handbook - by Mike Pannone

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This book is a quick reference training guide for all owners of HK-416 rifles. It stems from the author's more than 20 years of shooting experience using military assault rifles of all types for sport, training and combat. This handbook is not filled with nice to know, but only need to know information and can be used as a guide for classes prior to range operations, or as a quick reference when operationally deployed. It gives the what and how but also the why necessary to teach the proper operation and employment of the HK-416 weapon system. Areas covered include: ballistics, malfunctions, maintenance, and sight adjustments of commonly issued optics.


- Full Color Photos / Diagrams
- 98 page, coil bound booklet
- 4 x 6 Compact Size
- Easily fits in a cargo pocket or range bag
- Excellent training manual

About the Author:
Mike Pannone is a former operational member of U.S. Marine Reconnaissance, U.S. Army Special Forces, and specially selected elements of the Joint Special Operations Command. He has participated in stabilization, combat and high risk protection operations in support of U.S. policies throughout the world as both an active duty military member and a defense contractor. He currently instructs U.S. military, law enforcement, and private citizens throughout the country. He can be contacted via Blackheart International, LLC.

***This product contains chemicals/materials known to the State of California to cause cancer and other reproductive harm. To learn more, visit www.p65warnings.ca.gov.***

1 Review

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    Solid Operator’s Manual

    Posted by Charles Howard on Apr 10th 2019

    Good book, well written.

    It could be improved by adding a maintenance section/parts replacement schedule.

    The marksmanship advice is excellent, but I can find out elsewhere how to shoot. On the other hand, when and how should I replace the spring on the piston assembly? Is replacement time based, or round count based? Is the round count the same if I’m shooting suppressed? That info is impossible to find anywhere I’ve looked, to include a query to HK in Columbus, GA.

    HELP ME TO KEEP THIS EXPENSIVE GUN RUNNING!