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    collecting P7s is so addicting...you did well with these purchases.
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    Wow. Das beautiful meng! Congrats. I’ll be talking to you for some assistance myself when I’m ready to get one of these.
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    Wow congrats on the twins.


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    Quote Originally Posted by hoghunter View Post
    I'm not one to generally come on here and brag about new acquisitions, but today is an exception- so please excuse me for a moment. I had the opportunity to pick up two HK P7M8s and I couldn't be happier. I went on a mission to find a couple M8s in the best condition feasibly possible and I think I accomplished my goal.

    First is a II date code Chantilly that is in pristine condition. It came with the larger matching serial number P7M8 box, three mags (two matching II & one IH date code mags), warranty card, manual, brush and scraper.

    The other is a beautiful plum hue IE date code Chantilly. It came with matching serial number smaller P7 box, three mags (two ID & one IB code mags), warranty card, manual, factory test target, brush and scraper (although there is no spot for the scraper as there is in the larger box).

    I hope you enjoy the pics as much as I do owning these two beauties!

    NOTE: There are a couple members on here I'd like to thank for all of their assistance in my search. Their advice and direction was GREATLY appreciated. I won't name them since I have not asked their permission for recognition. You know who you are.
    THANK YOU!!

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    Absolutely gorgeous--- the second is very early (and with the fat trigger)!!!
    Can you PM me the date on the test target, and whether "MADE IN GERMANY" or "MADE IN W-GERMANY" on the left slides?

    Tony
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    Quote Originally Posted by AGG View Post
    Absolutely gorgeous--- the second is very early (and with the fat trigger)!!!
    Can you PM me the date on the test target, and whether "MADE IN GERMANY" or "MADE IN W-GERMANY" on the left slides?

    Tony
    Tony- PMs sent with pics.


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    Quote Originally Posted by hoghunter View Post
    Tony- PMs sent with pics.
    Thanks, brudda!!!

    Tony
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    Quote Originally Posted by hoghunter View Post
    Yes- I purchased one of these M8s from a retired LEO who simply did not have the hand strength anymore to activate the squeeze cocker.
    I carried one of my (then) four P7s for five years until I occasionally found myself either unable to cock the pistol right away (often I could, but only after struggling with it for a few seconds), or finding that I could no longer hold the squeeze-cocker back while shooting a string of shots at the range. I now have two P7s left and they are relegated to range guns only. I do have a lot of arthritis in my hands and wrists. Getting old sucks, but it does beat the alternative.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mightymouse View Post
    I carried one of my (then) four P7s for five years until I occasionally found myself either unable to cock the pistol right away (often I could, but only after struggling with it for a few seconds), or finding that I could no longer hold the squeeze-cocker back while shooting a string of shots at the range. I now have two P7s left and they are relegated to range guns only. I do have a lot of arthritis in my hands and wrists. Getting old sucks, but it does beat the alternative.
    arghhhh! I never even considered that. At 60 I'm still strong and it isn't an issue yet, but damn. I've been carrying a P7 for 4 years now, and I cannot imagine carrying ANY thing else. SO safe, and such an accurate, dependable gun.

    Darn. As many times as I've crushed that thing blindly into an IWB 4 oclock holster hurriedly while thinking "Damn am I glad this isn't a trigger blade safety gun", I may seriously have to consider no longer carrying like that when I can't function the squeeze cocker.
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    Nice pistols!
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    Gorgeous!
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