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    Default HK P7 and P7M13 pistols available soon for purchase

    Good afternoon HK fans,

    I'm proud to be conducting complete disassembly, cleaning, inspection, and build or and reassembly of this awesome batch of P7 and P7M13 pistols in from Europe. These are not police trade in pistols, but commercial examples. All are discreetly marked, per importation requirements, inside the magazine well.
    These pistols belong to my friends, Tim and Chuck, of TC Unlimited. Since their new website is not up can running yet, over the rest of this week, I'll be completing the project and capturing each pistol by photo and video. If you're interested in purchasing one, please contact me via my website. (Don't PM me. I'm too busy working on these).

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    Whoa! That's awesome. And they all look like they're in pretty good shape

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    Haaaaayyyyyyy, european P7 pistol in USA!!!!

    You are lucky men's with the possibility to buy these pistols.

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    Cool! Does anyone know how these might differ from the typical police trade-in PSP, other than the obvious police markings?
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    I guess they would look exactly like a P7M8 or 13 bought in the USA commercially during their importation only without the import markings eg “HK” “Chantilly, VA” or “Sterling, VA” or “Trussville, AL”.

    So on that side of the slide and frame just SNs and proofs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CPshooter View Post
    Cool! Does anyone know how these might differ from the typical police trade-in PSP, other than the obvious police markings?
    My post clearly states that these are not police trade in pistols, in case there was any confusion. They are commercial pistols. They look like ones offered here in the US, but without the markings that would say "HK Sterling, VA" or "HK Columbus, GA".
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marine0303 View Post
    My post clearly states that these are not police trade in pistols, in case there was any confusion. They are commercial pistols. They look like ones offered here in the US, but without the markings that would say "HK Sterling, VA" or "HK Columbus, GA".
    Yes, I did get that much. :) I guess what I should have asked is if these pistols are mechanically different or the same as the other variants we know here in the States. I can't make out much detail from that picture, but it looks like some of these have the PSP heel mag release and others have the lanyard loop a la P7M8. Just trying to determine what if anything makes these unique to the European market besides the roll markings. Thanks again!
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    Oh to have an extra $2k lying around, or a kidney to sell.

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    34 P7's in one photograph, I'm impressed.

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    Thanks for all the guys who have emailed with interest. I've added everyone to a notify list and once I have completed the service on these pistols, I'll be releasing pricing and photos for each pistol. I've received over 150 requests so far, so these will certainly move quickly.
    I appreciate everyone's patience as I work diligently to get them prepared for you all.
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