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    ...Says the guy who made me buy a Les Baer...
    There are no dangerous weapons; there are only dangerous men.--RAH

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    There is a reason they try and make small bullets act like big bullets--Glockmann10mm


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    Quote Originally Posted by Cuda66 View Post
    ...Says the guy who made me buy a Les Baer...




    Guilty.

    What can I say...I'm an enabler.

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    So what is max cost $800? It is a sweet gun, but i assume it is mostly a novelty with today's smaller/larger cap guns huh? Is it a pain to field strip as well or carry?

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    Quote Originally Posted by skystud1 View Post
    So what is max cost $800? It is a sweet gun, but i assume it is mostly a novelty with today's smaller/larger cap guns huh? Is it a pain to field strip as well or carry?
    I wouldn't go $800. Novelty...kinda. Holster selection is kind of a pain but it got a lot better when those refurbs hit the US market. Field strip isn't hard, putting it back together can be more difficult.

    They are great to carry.

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    Kimbers are the guns you show your friends....Glocks are the ones you show your enemies.

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    Hi skystud1.....Yes, it's a P7, and from what I see it's a P7 PSP.
    Since it does not have the heat shield finger guard, it isn't an M series (as JD states).
    The P7 PSP was the first of the "squeeze to cock" design.... PSP discontinued in 1984.
    Value? NIB=1000 Exc.=800 ..................

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    Quote Originally Posted by neverenough View Post
    Hi skystud1.....Yes, it's a P7, and from what I see it's a P7 PSP.
    Since it does not have the heat shield finger guard, it isn't an M series (as JD states).
    The P7 PSP was the first of the "squeeze to cock" design.... PSP discontinued in 1984.
    Value? NIB=1000 Exc.=800 ..................

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    I'm buying it thank you! I guess I shouldn't shoot 500 rounds at the range without Kevlar gloves on hahaha (hot)

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    No, I just know the difference between a M13 and a P7. There's a seen at some point in the movie where you can see the double stack mag.

    What many don't know, is that the PSP and the P7 are different models, even if in name only.

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    My budget allows for this P7 or a 1911/ glock 30 at the gun show. Help me choose!!!!!!!!!!!!! aaagh haha. I own 3 9mm, 1 380, and 1 40. No 45 yet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skystud1 View Post
    My budget allows for this P7 or a 1911/ glock 30 at the gun show. Help me choose!!!!!!!!!!!!! aaagh haha. I own 3 9mm, 1 380, and 1 40. No 45 yet.
    Get the P7.

    They still make 1911's and Glocks...P7's have gone nothing but up in price.
    There are no dangerous weapons; there are only dangerous men.--RAH

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    Quote Originally Posted by JD View Post
    No, I just know the difference between a M13 and a P7. There's a seen at some point in the movie where you can see the double stack mag.

    What many don't know, is that the PSP and the P7 are different models, even if in name only.
    did not know the P7 was made with a double stack mag. Thanks for the gun history lesson.
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    I would be on that like a hobo on a ham samich!

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    Quote Originally Posted by skystud1 View Post
    What year? Price? etc...Attachment 54452
    Looks like some kind of Euro trash gun. probably not worth much if anything. I'll tell you what, I'm feeling generous tonight. I'll give you $100 for it sight unseen. just send it to me. I promise I'm not scamming you at all. TRUST ME............
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    Quote Originally Posted by skystud1 View Post
    What year? Price? etc...Attachment 54452

    Get the P7!

    p7 - review; p7 - review and video


    HK P7 series promo.mpg; HK P7 series promo.mpg

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