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F/S HK P7 SOLD Pending $

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by SC trapshooter, Jun 16, 2011.

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  1. SC trapshooter

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    Have a very - very nice HK P7 for sale. Have the box (somewhat ratty), owners manual and extra mag. $700.00 firm shipped to your FFL holder, lower 48 only, no Calif. Jim Faber fabe7445@bellsouth.net
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    Good price on the best pistol ever made. Lots of cool stuff on this gun, polygonal rifling, fluted chamber, squeeze cocker/safefy. I'll never sell mine. JW
     
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    Damn accurate little pistol.
     
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    Often referred to as a "staple gun".
     
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    I would love to get a P7M8 with the side mag release, they are hard to find these days.
     
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    No they are not, they just cost double of this one.
     
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    You are correct about the double price.
     
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    I would love to get a P7M8 with the side mag release, they are hard to find these days.
     
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    No they are not, they just cost double of this one.
     
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    You are correct about the double price.
     
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    I have a P7M8 that I paid a lot more for, but this one looks just like it. Aside from the different mag release, what else is different?
     
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    you have an email.
     
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    I had three P7 s, one M13 & two M8. Sold one not long ago for $1250. The buyer wired the money before he sees the gun's picture via his friend on TS. He later bought three other guns from me.

    Other than the magazine release, M8 has a heat shield above the trigger, because the gas port is right above the trigger, if you do rapid fire, you'll feel the heat. I tried to make this my "one gun" gun, did extensive training with it, on a long day, I had to put Bandaid over my trigger finger to continue the course.

    P7 IMO, it's the second most accurate service pistol ever made next to the P210.

    If you are a "one gun" man, this is a great choice. But if you're trained with "conventional" pistols, you better make sure you'll be able to operate P7 under stress when someone breaks in your house 2 O'clock in the morning.


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    Email sent.
     
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    Go to Guns America, Guns International there are all the P7 series for sale, some are nuts, the prices.
    The P7M8 american model is always more money than european version, also many P7 M8 Euro's are factory rebuilt ex police guns.
     
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    Very nice pistol. I've owned several and have always been impressed with their accuracy. Looking at the pictures this gun appears to have been in the German Military as I see the acceptance stamp. These guns are good shooters and often have more holster wear than rounds fired through them. Best wishes, Randy Price
     
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