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    Default HK P7 M13 Chantilly fat trigger

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    https://www.gunbroker.com/item/809099319

    I'm going to watch this one. I have one of these that I am selling shortly.

    The seller has started the listing at .01 and it has two bids and is at $305. Started low and it will be interesting to see where it ends up in twelve days.
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    That is not a "fat" trigger--- messaged the seller to advise--- no change in the description!!!

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    Dang T, I didn't even LOOK CLOSELY at the pictures.

    Now that I have looked, it is not a fat trigger. My M13 fat trigger is an IF date code, this one is an IE - that could be the reason?

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    No box either. Guy kept all the little bits but $hitcanned the box?

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    Quote Originally Posted by UltraFudd View Post
    No box either. Guy kept all the little bits but $hitcanned the box?
    I don't keep all the boxes for the guns I buy. You'll never know ahead of time which will become collector's items later. Which is kindof what makes them collector's items.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wallew View Post
    Dang T, I didn't even LOOK CLOSELY at the pictures.

    Now that I have looked, it is not a fat trigger. My M13 fat trigger is an IF date code, this one is an IE - that could be the reason?
    It could have also been sent in for service or sent in for the update (PD gun). The fat trigger was “upgraded” to a standard thin trigger due a German officer who dropped a p7 down the stairs and it hit at exactly the correct angle to cause it to fire. Never to be replicated again but HK created a fix to prevent that. Which included changes to the FPBS, FPB, FP, sear bar and of course the trigger in the m8/m13. The psp had a little bit of a longer list of part changes.


    Now here’s a fat trigger:
    https://www.gunbroker.com/Item/809145713
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    sean415,

    Beat me to posting that one ^^^^^^^^^^^

    Good catch and you are spot on - NOTE that it's an IF date code

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    Quote Originally Posted by wallew View Post
    Dang T, I didn't even LOOK CLOSELY at the pictures.

    Now that I have looked, it is not a fat trigger. My M13 fat trigger is an IF date code, this one is an IE - that could be the reason?
    I concur with @sean415 --- probably a replacement trigger!!!
    P7M8 "fat" triggers (ID-IG/83-86); P7M13 "fat" triggers (IE- mid-IG/84- mid-86).

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    T,
    Thank you for the knowledge. Good to know the this type of information.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wallew View Post
    T,
    Thank you for the knowledge. Good to know the this type of information.
    You are welcome--- your P7M13 (IF) has the correct trigger!!!

    Tony

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