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    Cult of the p7 site is still up and running.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Whiskey09 View Post
    Cult of the p7 site is still up and running.
    Sadly, it's nowhere near as active as it used to be years ago...
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    There are roughly KC date code Nickel M10s, 750 KC date code blued M10s, 250 KD date code blued M10s, 124 of the KD date code M10s are Cat 7454 marked.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Condition0 View Post
    I posted this earlier, and it was taken down I don't know why.
    About a dozen years ago, park cities tactical had a bulletin board style of forum, before apps.
    Many of us volunteered most of our P7M8 and p7m10 serial numbers minus the last 1 or 2 to get the number of nickel m8s and m10s.
    We came to a spreadsheet showing 2000 nickel m8s, but double that in the m10s at about 4000, with blued m10s having the shortest run.
    Some of the information is still on the website.
    Actually the site you mention, Park Cities Tactical, shows just the opposite; that there are more blued than nickel M10's
    That is according to the data from Park Cities Tactical linked below. Which is the best I've seen.

    Production of Blued vs Nickel P7M10's - Park Cities Tactical

    M10' blue vs nickel - Park Cities Tactical

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    Quote Originally Posted by PC7 View Post
    Actually the site you mention, Park Cities Tactical, shows just the opposite; that there are more blued than nickel M10's
    That is according to the data from Park Cities Tactical linked below. Which is the best I've seen.

    Production of Blued vs Nickel P7M10's - Park Cities Tactical

    M10' blue vs nickel - Park Cities Tactical
    I have no dog in this fight, and put my post out there so others can satisfy their curiosity, as most people posting are unaware of the Cult of the p7 which existed, Park Cities Tactical, and exists, and has alot of information.
    The page you link to from 2004, was updated a few times in subsequent bulletin board posts.
    As I think I may have mentioned, there are spreadsheets that were also produced with more information 1 and 2 years after that post. Good luck to all who can now scour that site, and possibly revive the registry for lack of a better word that was going on.
    Dan

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