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    Default HK Police Trade In P7 Jubilee for $12k on Gunbroker

    Police trade in P7 Jubilee (Not a P7M8) with plastic grips (Not wood) for sale on Gubroker for $12K. The last "real" P7M8 Jubilee on Gunbroker sold for $5500. A Police trade in for 12k... What am I missing???

    https://www.gunbroker.com/item/739947195

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    Almost looks like somebody just refinished a run of the mill police trade in and put it in that case.
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    That's what I'm thinking. It should at least have the proper P7 Challenge coin with it at that price.

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    For that package, that's one of those, "I'm trying to sell stuff honey, honestly I am!" prices...
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    BIN only $15,000 LOL.

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    Very interesting. On a side note I kinda dig it haha. Not sure I can afford what they’re asking though

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    Quote Originally Posted by sean415 View Post
    Very interesting. On a side note I kinda dig it haha. Not sure I can afford what they’re asking though
    The all over case color hardening is kinda cool, but as far as price, as Clausewitz says, he's either trying to convince the wife, or he's on crack.

    Sidebar, one wonders how many of these Jubilee's got separated from their original box/accessories. The gun that came in this box obviously, and it's coin....I can report that serial number 16-150454 is eliminated from the possibilities, the gun was stolen in Holland and even if it's ever recovered by the police, it will be destroyed rather than returned to it's owner. The box and everything else that came in it right down to the warrant card survives.....my point being that there really aren't 500 of these out there, this thread alone tells us the number is at least only 498....
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    I wonder if that is one of the Midwest Gun Works guns.

    https://www.hkpro.com/forum/hk-handgu...rdened-p7.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lamont View Post
    The all over case color hardening is kinda cool, but as far as price, as Clausewitz says, he's either trying to convince the wife, or he's on crack.

    Sidebar, one wonders how many of these Jubilee's got separated from their original box/accessories. The gun that came in this box obviously, and it's coin....I can report that serial number 16-150454 is eliminated from the possibilities, the gun was stolen in Holland and even if it's ever recovered by the police, it will be destroyed rather than returned to it's owner. The box and everything else that came in it right down to the warrant card survives.....my point being that there really aren't 500 of these out there, this thread alone tells us the number is at least only 498....
    Hahah possibly. Interested in the story. Yeah it’s really sweet ! I’m a fan.

    Same with the coins. I also wonder how many extras HK has floating around if any.
    Was that p7 yours?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tuvia View Post
    I wonder if that is one of the Midwest Gun Works guns.

    https://www.hkpro.com/forum/hk-handgu...rdened-p7.html
    Midwest’s is only the slide. I tried to contact them to buy it a while ago when I first saw it but they said it’s not for sale and it would cost more than I would ever want to pay for them even to consider it.

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