HK P7 PSP
Purchased in 2017, I have personally fired about 400 rounds through it, carried a few times, has mostly lived in the safe.
Comes with a black Milt Sparks horse hide VM2 and a leather double magazine holder (not Milt Sparks). Does not have original box.
I've noticed some pros and cons regarding the use of my P7, M8, and M13 for carry
With the M13, I have to initiate the grip at the just the right angle or else I don't squeeze the cocker fully. My hand is medium size and the grip size of the m13 is fine for me once i've depressed...
I have a few pristine examples of these guns.
I like them so much that I want to have one to carry, but I don't want to ruin my pretty ones.
I am looking for a P7, P7M8 or PSP that someone has already beaten up.
The uglier, and cheaper the better. It just needs to be complete, don't care...
Hi everyone, I hope you all had a wonderful holiday with your families!!!
I know I did, the day before Thanksgiving I went and picked up an absolute gem of a P7/PSP. It is like new with absolutely zero wear to the finish and looks as if its hardly been fired. Came with 2 mags, box, tools...
If anybody is interested in P7 PSP Magazines there is a listing on eBay.
eBay has a coupon code going on right now, looks like 20% off everything.
"Ends today at 7pm PT!"
Use code: PICKDADSGIFT
eBay Listing: http://www.ebay.com/itm/153051014271
I am after a fairly priced P7M8, shooter grade, for carry.
No rust or pitting.
Mild holster wear OK.
Nothing ugly wanted.
Might consider a quality refinish.
Commercial release preferred but would consider a trade-in, depending on its condition and price.
PM what you have. Pics appreciated.
I’m looking for a sear lever for a P7 PSP, but it shows “out of stock” or just nothing at HK Parts, Numrich, and Midwest.
Any idea where one can find it, and perhaps other hard to find P7 parts?
Does anyone know if it is possible to just cut a notch in the appropriate place so that the heel release mags and the m8 magazines will work in with both types of releases? It seems like it would be easy enough to just stick them in the mill and make a new hole, but I don't have an m8 around to...