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    Quote Originally Posted by Marine0303 View Post
    Jim Schatz carried a P7M8 as his daily carry. End of discussion.
    ^^ This

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    Quote Originally Posted by 9mm_shooter View Post
    The "ultimate carry gun" is the one you shoot best.
    ^^ True. Have a spare P7M8 and you'll have at least one round of spare parts for it ("2 is 1 and 1 is none," refer to my avatar)

    That being said, would I recommend the P7 for CCW to a new shooter, especially one with normal means? No.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dms16 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Hyno View Post
    Did you even read my comment? I literally start it off with the words "When it comes to concealed carry." Are you trying to suggest that the MP5, 416, or MP7 are good options for a CCW firearm?
    You fail to expound on the why so I read between the lines.
    There were no lines to read between. I clearly stated I was talking about concealed carry. You then decided to try and counter my comments by bringing SMGs and rifles into the mix. Those firearms are not in any way, shape, or form relevant to what I said.

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    I like it (P7M8) and carry it when clothing restrictions don't necessitate ankle carry. The weight on the waist doesn't bother me as it doesn't strike me as excessive, and the weight soaks up any recoil nicely. I typically carry one or 2 mags depending on dress. I won't carry a gun without handcuffs, either, but that's me, and it balances out the belt.

    All I know is I can run a QUAL course with it way better than our issue handgun, it just necessitates more frequent mag changes, and gets pretty hot towards the end! Since it's just an off-duty carry gun for me, and I'll never have more than 3 mags with the gun, the heating up is kind of a moot point, to me.

    I have a P7M10, on the other hand, and other than as a collector's piece, I have no affection for it. A massive mutated Frankenpistol that I will never carry.

    Given the cost of P7 pistols, there are certainly better options available. My other carry pistol is an old Gen II Glock 19, and there's not much that I can do with the P7M8 that I can't do as well with the Glock.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hyno View Post
    When it comes to concealed carry, I dislike any firearm that requires more than a trigger pull to fire.
    Much as I like the P7 & P7M8, this is where I'm at today.

    I would LOVE to see a real version of this concept gun.......it would be my new carry piece if it actually existed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lamont View Post
    Much as I like the P7 & P7M8, this is where I'm at today.

    I would LOVE to see a real version of this concept gun.......it would be my new carry piece if it actually existed.

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    Where did that come from? I would wanna' be on that waiting list...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marine0303 View Post
    Jim Schatz carried a P7M8 as his daily carry. End of discussion.
    This^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

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    Quote Originally Posted by FergusandCo View Post
    Where did that come from? I would wanna' be on that waiting list...
    Someone posted it online a couple years ago, caused a bit of a stir until it was revealed there was no such gun in the offing. Too bad, because people have been waiting ever since the P7/P7M8 for H&K to make another decent single stack 9mm. If given the choice between this and a semi MP7 pistol.....oh forget "choice", I want both!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lamont View Post
    Someone posted it online a couple years ago, caused a bit of a stir until it was revealed there was no such gun in the offing. Too bad, because people have been waiting ever since the P7/P7M8 for H&K to make another decent single stack 9mm. If given the choice between this and a semi MP7 pistol.....oh forget "choice", I want both!
    Yeah. They'd get some more of my money if they did.

    They'd sell a bunch, too, if only to us anachronistic HK fanatics. Even if it was basically a P30 or P2000, or whatever the latest evolution is, that was just P7 shaped.

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    I've always wished that concept gun was real. HK needs a single stack nine in production again. Don't get me wrong, I love my PPS M2 but I shoot HK's better. I know I shoot the P7 better.
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