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    Default P7, The Timeless CC

    The P7 just always finds its way back to the cc of choice for me.
    At 35 years young, this psp is a quick draw from the shoulder holster and as most P7s, a tack driver.


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    Been my primary EDC for 23 years. Don't see that changing for another 23.
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    Beautiful pistol:)
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    I could not agree more with the above statements: easy to conceal, safe to carry, reliable, and a tack driver. I just wish HK still made them.
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    @Condition0 .... Any pics and info on shoulder holster rig?

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    Nice blaster
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    Here you go

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    Holster info

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    Quote Originally Posted by landseer View Post
    I could not agree more with the above statements: easy to conceal, safe to carry, reliable, and a tack driver. I just wish HK still made them.
    Sadly it is my understanding that the tooling no longer exists so the chances of every seeing new production guns are non existent. One day I will have one in my collection.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aiden528 View Post
    Sadly it is my understanding that the tooling no longer exists so the chances of every seeing new production guns are non existent. One day I will have one in my collection.
    You should seriously consider getting one NOW, if you want one in your collection. The door to obtaining one in excellent or better condition is closing fast!

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