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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 ?
    I send any old gun I buy to James before I shoot it. A weapon that's been sitting for decades should be inspected by an armorer.
    Hokey religions and ancient weapons are no match for a good blaster at your side, kid.

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    Not to hi-jack the thread; A reply to "bastardsonofelvis", if the piston chamber has been worn to be out of spec ...the p7 is NOT toast. Two of my p7's have well over 100k rounds thru them. The M13 had in excess of 125k and 3 replaced pistons. It required a new piston chamber as it was .010" too big. I bored out the old chamber and fabricated a new one, which I then pressed in place.

    It was a big job at the time because I was flying blind with no experience. After having done one, I can say that the hardest part of the job was fabricating a jig to press out the barrel and press in the new chamber.

    That "well used" M13 now lives near Miami in the hands of a LEO who uses it to shoot IDPA/USPSA regularly.

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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......
    Shoot, enjoy, they have only gone up over the years. Don't worry about loosing money, let your kids worry about it and you enjoy 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.
    Yes, my wife took the M8 I got 19 years ago and recently put a PSP in layaway for myself. Been a long journey but life and other things kinda gets in the way. I'll be happy soon!

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