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    Quote Originally Posted by pastor01 View Post
    Little confused.
    Both of these have a lanyard loop, but only one of them has a ring though it. So are both of these the Malaysian guns? Are the grips on these not the same as other P9s?
    The PS9 in the second picture--- PM to you!!!

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    Congrats on the 2 P9S pistols, my all time favorite H&K pistol, I'm jealous!
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    Quote Originally Posted by RegularGuy461969 View Post
    One of them has the lanyard loop, perhaps it’s one made for Singapore? They are supposed be made for smaller grips.
    Quote Originally Posted by Clausewitz View Post
    That's a Malaysian short hand model. Very valuable collector gun. Too bad about the import mark.
    Both have lanyard loop, neither have the trigger moved back, and neither are in the correct SN range!!!

    Tony

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    Quote Originally Posted by AGG View Post
    Both have lanyard loop, neither have the trigger moved back, and neither are in the correct SN range!!!

    Tony
    DA trigger position is correct for a short hand model, i.e. it is moved back.

    SN range for Malaysian contract is:

    115 001 - 117 386
    131 301 - 132 752

    SN range for domestic German series is:

    140 490 - 140 515




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    Quote Originally Posted by Clausewitz View Post
    DA trigger position is correct for a short hand model, i.e. it is moved back.

    SN range for Malaysian contract is:

    115 001 - 117 386
    131 301 - 132 752

    SN range for domestic German series is:

    140 490 - 140 515

    Thanks--- I was not aware of the previous ranges!!!
    What do you mean by "domestic German series"?

    Tony

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    Quote Originally Posted by AGG View Post
    Thanks--- I was not aware of the previous ranges!!!
    What do you mean by "domestic German series"?

    Tony
    A bunch were made for Malaysia, 3000 or so, but only 25 for release in Germany.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clausewitz View Post
    What is that little jewel in the background???

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clausewitz View Post
    A bunch were made for Malaysia, 3000 or so, but only 25 for release in Germany.
    Ahhh--- thank you!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by AGG View Post
    What is that little jewel in the background???

    Tony
    Stasi record collector gun.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stasi_Records_Agency

    In that pic you can see the reduced-pull position of the DA trigger.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clausewitz View Post
    DA trigger position is correct for a short hand model, i.e. it is moved back.

    SN range for Malaysian contract is:

    115 001 - 117 386
    131 301 - 132 752

    SN range for domestic German series is:

    140 490 - 140 515





    Thank you for the info! Both of mine fall into the serial # ranges you mentioned above for the Malaysian contract & definitely have the same trigger reach as your top example. The store had about 10 total, I would assume all of them would be Malaysian.
    Looking forward to shooting these!
    Paul

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