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    Mostly just 2 people bidding on the gun on GB. Wonder if it’s real..

    https://www.gunbroker.com/item/809723730

    Auction has a screenshot of another one that was sold recently for over $5k. Yikes! I had a hard time getting $3300 for mine.

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    Highest serial number that I have seen on the "Last Production" P7 PSP--- 450 (of 500) in my data!!!
    This post will probably be moved to the "HEADS UP" section.

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    I know the seller who sold the used one on GB for $5800 and I know for a fact that it was legit. I decided to sell one of mine the next day and listed it with a buy it now for $4795. It lasted a little over 12 before some one snapped it up. The P7 market continues to rise and the more rare variats like this one are only getting harder to find/buy. There are approximately 500 last run PSPs, but they own serial range (15-81422 through 15-81865) suggest that there are less. The one that is listed above is listed as new and looks to be unfired. It will be interesting to see what an unfired one sells for. Here is a link to the one I sold.

    https://www.gunbroker.com/item/809195680

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    I've noticed a couple of recurring 'names' bidding on P7's. Could be a fan-attic. If I had 20 thou right now I'd be jumping in on some. HK's give me HiK-ups.

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    I had one of the 500 for several years, using it for carry and steel plate competitions. Mine was purchased BNIB. Eventually sold to a friend, who liked and appreciated it a lot more than I did. Well built pistol, but certainly not worth the stratospheric price that it's escalated to, in my opinion.

    But far be it for me to discourage people for contributing to the economy.

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    This seems full retard to me. Just get an ID Date Arlington with the flush and wide mag release. Still a commercial P7.
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    Quote Originally Posted by P7M10 View Post
    This seems full retard to me. Just get an ID Date Arlington with the flush and wide mag release for half the $.
    Still a commercial P7.
    A P7M8 Jubilee is nothing but a P7M8 with wood grips and a presentation case. Certain roll marks can make a HUGE price difference. How many other P7s have you seen with "PSP" on the slide?

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    Well well, looks like Txx's supply line is back in action..... :smirk:

    The current price on this one shouldn't be a surprise. Forget for the moment that it says "PSP" on the slide, think of it in terms of "1 of 500", same as the Jubilee and others....it's pretty much right in the ballpark isn't it? About a $1K premium over a really nice "regular" P7 in say, one of the wooden display boxes I do like this though, LOL....

    "Confounding to those who are convinced that only the first 239 prototype/trial guns were considered true PSP's, the KH PSPs are indeed marked “PSP” on the top slide as well."

    Methinks someone doth protest too much. I don't think anyone is confounded, we pretty much know these guns for what they are. They do stand on their own, but to try and conflate these with the #'s 1-240 (and it is 240, not 239) is just :supplyyourownadjective:

    "These true PSP's are extremely rare and very hard to find!"

    It's not a "true" PSP. Just hype. Real PSP's would be ser. 09x and 20x which will be available from me later this year.

    The last REAL PSP I heard of sold for $10,500 or so if IIRC. If this goes for even half that I'll be surprised.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AGG View Post
    Highest serial number that I have seen on the "Last Production" P7 PSP--- 450 (of 500) in my data!!! <img src="https://www.hkpro.com/forum/smilies/biggrin.gif" border="0" alt="" title="Biggrin" class="inlineimg" />
    This post will probably be moved to the "HEADS UP" section. [IMG class=inlineimg]https://www.hkpro.com/forum/smilies/wink.gif[/IMG]

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