These guns are addictive...have 3 now of essentially the same gun

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    These guns are addictive...have 3 now of essentially the same gun

    Got a new P7 M8 today....have 2 PSP but wanted to get a nib version of an HK that is arguably the most accurate pistol HK has made.

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    They are such incredible pistols. I absolutely love my P7M8!!
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    How ugly that warning is on the slide of a beautiful pistol! Damn lawyers.

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    I hate you.

    In a kind, friendly, jealous manner.

    Nice find.

    I gotta get me one before they get any more scarce than they all ready are.

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    How ugly that warning is on the slide of a beautiful pistol! Damn lawyers.
    I Agree!

    Can get it Robar NP3 finish and poof.....it's gone, however not on the PSP anyway.
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    If there was a gun to get two or more of...the P7 is it!

    I have one P7 "PSP." I should get another one.
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    oh how I want one
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    My old town of New Milford, CT, standardized on the P7 almost 20 years ago. My friend on the force was acting Chief at the time, and he bought 2 or 3 for himself at low, LEO rates... back then I wondered, why get more than one?

    Now I know!

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    Cosmetically the P7M8 does not move me. I have several HKs that I like and use a P2000 .40 as my daily carry.

    Since I have never had the opportunity to handle one, can a few of the devoted enlighten me as to what I am missing?

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    Cdnn has some of the PSP models. They are $600 to $675 and I hear that is a steal for the condition they are in.
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    Since I have never had the opportunity to handle one, can a few of the devoted enlighten me as to what I am missing?"

    Well, that was the thing for me. Despite their unique design, I never found them visually appealing...until I came across one and inspected it in a local shop. Shortly afterward I learned they were to be discontinued and picked-up one of the "last" 500.

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