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Saw something today I've never seen before (in person). The LGS had a HK P95 9mm in the used case. Date code of IC and a serial number of 134260. Very odd ergomics with some sort of lever built in to the grip area. I am not familiar with this handgun but would be interested to hear more.
EDIT: I did a Google image search and it seems it is a P9S. Not a P95- I wondered why I only got Rugers to pull up before- ha ha!
 

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Lever in the grip? That's probably a P7 as it's a "squeeze cocker" unless your referring to the magazine release that's in the heel of the grip.
 

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The P9S is what you are referring to. The lever you mentioned is a cocking/decocking mechanism. If pushed up, it also serves as the slide stop. Extremely well designed pistols, utilizing the same roller delayed locking bolt system derived from the G3 and a fixed barrel, making it accurate and low recoil. It also has over 70 indivual parts, representing a time of true craftsmanship at HK.
 
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