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    Very good info, I too will be sending my p7 if I have any issues. Never read so much useful info on HK's as you post on this forum regularly.

    -Carl

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    Would you be able to press in a barrel?

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    Many thanks for all the kind comments guys. When it comes to Heckler and Koch, I'm always happy to share the knowledge and enable the addiction.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fatmat27 View Post
    Would you be able to press in a barrel?
    No, that requires a special press that only exists at HKI and HKO. If you need that accomplished, I recommend contacting Jesse at HKI repair.
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    James,

    Thanks for the detailed report!!!
    That P7M13 looks brand new.

    Tony

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    Quote Originally Posted by fatmat27 View Post
    Very informative (and interesting)!! I've become pretty fluent with the USP/P-series guns but have not even dared to disassemble beyond a normal field-strip with a P7.

    Good to know we have competent hands here on the board for when that time comes (and it eventually will).
    +1 I have become pretty proficient with the USP/P-series (mainly thanks to members here and the reference forum), but would not dare to take my P7 down beyond basic field strip.

    Thanks James, I very much enjoy your armorer tales and the knowledge that you share!

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    Well done Marine!

    Semper Fi.

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    I dream of the day when I can find one (P7) in a pawn or gun shop and send it to get some Marine0303 love. :) I think he loves what he does. Good job.
    A Diamond is just a piece of coal that made good under pressure!

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    This is awesome! I've been digging around here for weeks and never saw this! Thanks for sharing this......again! lol !

    I can attest to the excellent work done by James on my Gunmetal Grey P7. I highly recommend him to anyone who owns a P7 series pistol or is about to buy one to send it to James with confidence knowing that your expectations will be exceeded.
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