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    Default My new safe queen P7M13

    No box, but I bought it for me and my family rather than for resale in the future. I think the early 90's Sterlings are every bit as nice as the Chantillys.

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    Makes me think of the guy singing "She's your .... QUEEN TO BE" from "Coming to America"

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    Beautiful. I'm on the prowl for an M13... Had a nice Chantilly fat trigger "back i the day".

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    Should we really not shoot these?
    Had both a P7 and a M8 some years ago and traded them away. Recently got the bug again and have a new in box P7, IA coming monday. Probably not a practical AZ summer carry gun, but I had planned on shooting it some.
    Mistake?

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    IMHO, unless it's truly an antique or a priceless historic piece or heirloom, all guns should be shot and enjoyed - and most certainly the P7 series.

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    mike and Sporto,

    I agree with you guys. Perhaps instead of Safe Queen- I would think of this gun as backup to my primary P7M13 that actually gets used. Maybe I wouldn't want this second one if HK would (maybe economically they can't) keep these guns running by producing spare parts.

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    Very nice! I just sold my M8 Sterling a few months ago. I’m on the lookout for a nickel M8 or an M10.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GoGators View Post
    No box, but I bought it for me and my family rather than for resale in the future. I think the early 90's Sterlings are every bit as nice as the Chantillys.

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    Makes me think of the guy singing "She's your .... QUEEN TO BE" from "Coming to America"
    Very nice!!!

    Tony

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    Congrats, OP! Looks great.

    Quote Originally Posted by mikeaz View Post
    Should we really not shoot these?
    Had both a P7 and a M8 some years ago and traded them away. Recently got the bug again and have a new in box P7, IA coming monday. Probably not a practical AZ summer carry gun, but I had planned on shooting it some.
    Mistake?
    I personally wouldn’t shoot it if it’s in NIB condition. I have some unfired/NIB examples from the P7 family, and they’ll stay that way as long as I’m alive. When it comes to collectible handguns, I buy unfired/NIB guns to keep them that way and high-condition but previously fired duplicates for shooting. My OCD is too potent to let me take a collectible handgun that’s in perfect condition and turn it into one that’s just like most of the rest.

    Just my perspective as someone who both collects and shoots.

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    Congrats!

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