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    When it comes to desirable, if for carry, the P7 PSP style is my pick. I think the M13 is an overweight brick for a daily cc. For collecting purposes, it's desirable. I'm about to be 'corrected', no doubt, but a loaded P7M13 weighs too much for most to daily carry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Condition0 View Post
    When it comes to desirable, if for carry, the P7 PSP style is my pick. I think the M13 is an overweight brick for a daily cc. For collecting purposes, it's desirable. I'm about to be 'corrected', no doubt, but a loaded P7M13 weighs too much for most to daily carry.
    Probably--- but 12 + 1 (with standard floor plate) in a USP45FS is just right!!!

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    There are also importer considerations. Commercial guns imported by HK and marked Arlington, Chantilly and Sterling VA and even the police trade in P7 guns marked Trussville GA are more better than stuff brought in by other importers such as PW Arms, Redmond WA, if only because some of the importers’ markings are ugly. That being said, the commercial guns without the warning billboard on the slide are nicer too.

    No one mentioned the 1 of 500 Jubilee P7M8. They are cool. Wish I still had mine :(. There was also a 1 of 500 last edition if I recall correctly.

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    Im also in the market, followed for the good info!

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    p7m13 thats the one i want

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    P7 Jubilee
    P7M8 SD
    P7M13 SD
    P7M7
    P7M8, P7M13 Nickel

    Any P7 test and evaluation samples
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    Is the P7M7 the 45 ACP prototype?

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    There is a lot of great info in this thread! Thanks to the contributors! This is truly a great site!
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    Quote Originally Posted by norsemanhp View Post
    Is the P7M7 the 45 ACP prototype?
    Correct. There is an article on hkpro with a brief history and photos. Don't have enough posts yet to post a link lol

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