Correct Tony, 1972 on frame.
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The trigger and the loop near the mag release.
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If you are firing the P9S in double action, it's pretty obvious that you need a fairly long trigger finger to complete the full range of motion.
In the 1980s, the Malaysian government placed an order for P9S pistols, but they requested that the trigger be moved further back to compensate for people with generally smaller hands. Malaysians don't generally have the huge Teutonic hands of the Germanic Tribes. Hence the internal name HK employees gave it: "Kurzhand".
They also wanted a lanyard loop on the grip.
In 1988 HK produced a run of 25 "small hand" pistols for the German market.
This is one of the 25.
There's no special history on the P9 Sport. I bought it as pictured.
There Have been plenty of threads since I’ve been a member. But the market is a little slow on them these days. Some very high priced beauties have been available but there have been no takers, or few.
So to answer your question, just not much activity in the last 2-3 years on them.
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Seems like the P9s are underrated, but I still love them. Here is a one of three Saudi sport group III.
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