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    The P9 and the P9S were produced concurrently for the most part.
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    Thanks for the information, Tony. Again, the amount of knowledge on this site is great. I guess with this pistol, if it is one of a million, it is worth a million!! Unfortunately, I will have to pass on this auction. I would rather have house!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clausewitz View Post
    The P9 and the P9S were produced concurrently for the most part.
    Concur......interestingly enough, a Sport Group III marked "P9" came off the line in 1986. Problem was, only the dual slide markings made it so, there were no other "090" features present.

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    Dude's on crack. I'll sell you one, with a spare matching serial numbered 4" barrel for a lot less than that.
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