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    ABSOLUTELY STUNNING, just not a fan of the seller but to-each-their-own.

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    The BIN isn't too bad considering. Agree on the public perception of, based on.

    I actually have a couple of these that will be available after the matching serial numbered barrels get over here. (Yeah, they're both Sport Target's with a 4" spare) Separated for export due to the chicanery of an individual I've mentioned before a few years back, fell through a crack........
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    At least it doesn’t say the museum quality. L
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    Quote Originally Posted by Romanesq View Post
    At least it doesn’t say the museum quality. L
    Yeah, LOL...

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    Looks like the trigger guard is possibly not original.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lamont View Post
    The BIN isn't too bad considering. Agree on the public perception of, based on.

    I actually have a couple of these that will be available after the matching serial numbered barrels get over here. (Yeah, they're both Sport Target's with a 4" spare) Separated for export due to the chicanery of an individual I've mentioned before a few years back, fell through a crack........
    I will await the information on these--- or at least the auctions!!!

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    I hear that these are “ultra rare”.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Clausewitz View Post
    Looks like the trigger guard is possibly not original.
    Please explain!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by AGG View Post
    Please explain!!!

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    He MAY be speaking of the trigger stop feature. You would think it would be the plain one, but HK did this on a whole wack of P9S that were sold over there, the explanation I got was that just because the sights are fixed doesn't mean (to them) it couldn't be a Sport Pistol, everyone knows what a SGIII is but a SG1 is a P9S with the adjustable trigger (screw inside the pistol just like Sport/Sport Target) and the trigger stop trigger guard. No other differences between that and a regular P9S. SO, it's not hard to think they did this with a P9 as well, but that would actually make this a SG1 P9, as opposed to most fixed sight P9 which do not have the trigger stop guard. That would make it more.....rare......

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