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    I just bought a P7M10 Blue NIB. I cant find many of these so was wondering if they are, in fact, more rare than the nickel version as I was told they were

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    Quote Originally Posted by tcjrleo View Post
    I just bought a P7M10 Blue NIB. I cant find many of these so was wondering if they are, in fact, more rare than the nickel version as I was told they were

    https://ibb.co/fdJzyx
    https://ibb.co/kdgxkc
    https://ibb.co/kOCRdx
    https://ibb.co/nJ6xkc
    Dude....I've been watching this market fairly closely lately. I don't know that they are that rare....but I'm no expert either. There were a few of these for sale on GB last week. Here is what's listed now. Either way.....if you like it....that's all that matters!!!
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    There were more blued P7M10 imported than the nickel version.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PC7 View Post
    There were more blued P7M10 imported than the nickel version.
    Are you sure about that? My understanding is just the opposite, more nickel P7M10 pistols imported than blue.

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    My understanding is the opposite too. 1000 blued and 4000 Nickel. Do I know with 100% certainty, no. Just the number that I’ve been told and read for years

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    General consensus--- @ 2,700 total imported--- more blued than nickel!!!

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    Stupid money...

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    IMO you see more nickel guns out there. If there were more blued guns imported, maybe they ended up in LE or other government agencies looking for a .40S&W weapon with the P7's manual of arms.
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    Quote Originally Posted by har1340 View Post
    Stupid money...
    That's your opinion. Supply and demand dictates value.

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    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.

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