It was the P7 that brought me to HK. I'd been reading Shotgun News since the early 1990's and I think it was the CDNN advertisements for the K3 that started my wheels turning. Then, in 1993, I saw an M10 at a gun show, which really made me want a P7. I was in college at the time, so I settled for a Glock 21, which was more within my budget. It was finally in 1999 when I rewarded myself with a new P7 M8. Christmas of that same year, my girlfriend at the time bought me the HK P7 poster I'd been wanting. She ended up ordering the USP, HK In Action and the P7 poster. I still have them and they're framed on my office wall. It's funny, but I've had the USP poster for almost 20 years and finally bought my first USP last week. Right now, I still have my original P7 M8, and I've added a Mark 23, a HK45 CT, a VP9 and the latest is the USP 45 Tactical.