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    Quote Originally Posted by chuckster62 View Post
    Are you a collector?
    You can always buy another used one to shoot.
    I mean i bout a new one but with a "used price"....... and no money for another "used one".......

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    but my intent is to shoot the gun because i never shoot p7 before........

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    Quote Originally Posted by chuckster62 View Post
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    Thanks again for the info.

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    A P7 that is never shot is like an eagle that never gets to soar. It's heartbreaking to consider.

    To be less poetic about it -- SHOOT THE DAMN THING!
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    Quote Originally Posted by bastardsonofelvis View Post
    A P7 that is never shot is like an eagle that never gets to soar. It's heartbreaking to consider.

    To be less poetic about it -- SHOOT THE DAMN THING!
    the thing is what if i do not like the gun i want to sell it later i will lose soem money there......

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    Quote Originally Posted by MasonGui View Post
    the thing is what if i do not like the gun i want to sell it later i will lose soem money there......
    If you're that worried about it, maybe best to sell it and buy a VP9.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MasonGui View Post
    the thing is what if i do not like the gun i want to sell it later i will lose some money there......
    You may shoot it and decide that you have to have another. P7s can do that to a fella.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bastardsonofelvis View Post
    If you're that worried about it, maybe best to sell it and buy a VP9.
    not a big fan of the plastic guns.....LOL I will shoot it i made my mind I do not want a gun cannot shoot. Any thing i need to do before i shoot it? take apart and oil it ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by mightymouse View Post
    You may shoot it and decide that you have to have another. P7s can do that to a fella.
    hope i can get it to range this weekend

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    Quote Originally Posted by MasonGui View Post
    not a big fan of the plastic guns.....LOL I will shoot it i made my mind I do not want a gun cannot shoot. Any thing i need to do before i shoot it? take apart and oil it ?
    You should clean any gun that you don't know the history of before you shoot it. Even if it is just cleaning the barrel, it is an older gun, NIB on an old gun means it has been sitting somewhere for years. And yes a little lube won't hurt.

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