Last edited by Clausewitz; 04-28-2018 at 09:33 PM.
Life is an endless series of trainwrecks with only brief commercial-like breaks of happiness.
That's the answer that most made sense to me. Just looking at GB auction of this. That leads to the question of why? Factory replacement for defect? Etc etc
I haven't seen that. Maybe James has.
Hokey religions and ancient weapons are no match for a good blaster at your side, kid.
If it's work/repair in addition, then you get the "J" proof on whatever component was repaired or replaced. More than a few P7 series out there with J proofs, the gas piston
cylinder gets over spec., the slide gets replaced with a brand new one and all new components that need it and then that gun gets a "J" proof" in addition to it's "N" proof. I disagree with those who look down their nose at such a gun, from a purist collector point maybe but for shooting?? A new or almost brand new slide, or frame, or whatever and factory inspected/ installed vs. "Unknown Round Count". I'll take the ugly duckling please.
Never seen the "onesie's or twosie's" thing on a P7 series though. And this has no "slash".
Perhaps a call to Customer Service?
"We do bad things to bad people".
Interesting--- Colt utilizes an "x" for duplicates--- let us know what you find out from HKCS!!!
If I recall correctly, that "2" signifies it was used as a testing and evaluation weapon by HK.
"I'm not shitting in a bag..... Yet"