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Anything can be bought if "The Price is Right". How bad do you want it ?
 

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She sure is pretty.
Is it worth $1K for someone who has the money to spare, absolutely.
Is it worth $1k for someone who needs a defensive handgun, but can barely make ends meet each week, hell no.
 

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750-800 is the high end for a PSP with no custom work. I bought a brand new PSP with matching hard box for 650.00.
 

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It's a PSP (heel release) with a re-finished (nickel?) slide? If so, seems a bit high on price to me. Many of the import police trade-ins that had excessive slide wear due to holstering had their slides re-finished. I think at one time a couple of years ago you could get them unfinished for around $600. Have you checked out HKParts.net? They've got all nickel ones for $899.
 

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The owner said 'Nobody refinished the slide, it is how it came, the ones with the silver slide/frame were done by CDNN or hard chromed by the owner, and those are also labeled PSP which are police trade ins, mine is an actual P7, not PSP, MINE STILL HAS GERMAN POLICE MARKS, 99.97% of the p7 here have the police marks ground off and are re finished, its part of what makes mine so rare. If you research it you will see I'm right, I spent alot of time researching this.'

I thought the P7 that's marked PSP were more valuable/collectible. I tried to do some research, but nothing is standing out that it's worth more than say $6-700. I thought I'd post it up on here as somebody might be able to tell me something I'm missing!
 

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The owner said 'Nobody refinished the slide, it is how it came, the ones with the silver slide/frame were done by CDNN or hard chromed by the owner, and those are also labeled PSP which are police trade ins, mine is an actual P7, not PSP, MINE STILL HAS GERMAN POLICE MARKS, 99.97% of the p7 here have the police marks ground off and are re finished, its part of what makes mine so rare. If you research it you will see I'm right, I spent alot of time researching this.'

I thought the P7 that's marked PSP were more valuable/collectible. I tried to do some research, but nothing is standing out that it's worth more than say $6-700. I thought I'd post it up on here as somebody might be able to tell me something I'm missing!
Alot of time researching the wrong information. Some trade-in M8's have markings ground off, but not most or even many P7's.

Not worth $1,000
 

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I bought my blued one for $599 with a B grade and I bought a hard chrome one like new in box for $749 sounds a little steep to me
 

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The owner said 'Nobody refinished the slide, it is how it came, the ones with the silver slide/frame were done by CDNN or hard chromed by the owner, and those are also labeled PSP which are police trade ins, mine is an actual P7, not PSP, MINE STILL HAS GERMAN POLICE MARKS, 99.97% of the p7 here have the police marks ground off and are re finished, its part of what makes mine so rare. If you research it you will see I'm right, I spent alot of time researching this.'

I thought the P7 that's marked PSP were more valuable/collectible. I tried to do some research, but nothing is standing out that it's worth more than say $6-700. I thought I'd post it up on here as somebody might be able to tell me something I'm missing!
My bad. Yes, I meant P7 PSP - sometimes referred to as P7. Some call them PSP's to create understanding that they are not P7M8's.

The original guns marked "PSP" are very rare. "Is it a PSP or a P7 or a P7 PSP?" - Chris's Unofficial H&K P7 Website

Here's a thread about the two-toned CDNN P7's:
http://www.hkpro.com/forum/hk-handgun-talk/107998-cdnn-2-tone-p7-psp-question.html

Chris' web site is a good one for P7 info:
Chris's Unofficial H&K P7 Website
 

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All you guys getting them for like $600-$700? Where? I really, really want a P7 but I don't want to pay a fortune for one as it'll be a shooter that goes in my range bag. I'm not going to admire it from under a glass case and would rather not pay safe queen prices. Then, too, I'd rather it not be beat to hell and back, either i.e. grade B or higher.
 

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All you guys getting them for like $600-$700? Where? I really, really want a P7 but I don't want to pay a fortune for one as it'll be a shooter that goes in my range bag. I'm not going to admire it from under a glass case and would rather not pay safe queen prices. Then, too, I'd rather it not be beat to hell and back, either i.e. grade B or higher.
You just have to keep looking for a good deal. It does seem like the police trade in guns are drying up. I paid $499 for one of mine and two weeks ago I bought a new or very,very close to new P7 M8 ( complete with everything) for $749! (it did not leave my hands after I saw it until the paper work was done)

Your results may vary!
 

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I bought a new or very,very close to new P7 M8 ( complete with everything) for $749!
now that's a steal!! the gun in the OP is a rip off...

problem I've been seeing is people trying to get P7M8 prices for a P7... not that P7s aren't quality, reliable guns, there are other factors that cause the prices difference between the two
 

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Would you sell me one of yours? I'm serious.
Not looking to sell any as the deals are getting harder to find. I was not looking for another M8 but at that price I thought I would make some money on it. When I got home I decided I will keep it.

I will let you know if I find any great deals. A friend of mine says I must be blessed because I seem to always be able to find great deals on HK's.

Of all my HK's listed in my sig line $1075 is the most I have ever paid for a HK!
 

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WOW... yeah, no way I'd spend $1k on that P7.
 

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The owner said 'Nobody refinished the slide, it is how it came, the ones with the silver slide/frame were done by CDNN or hard chromed by the owner, and those are also labeled PSP which are police trade ins, mine is an actual P7, not PSP, MINE STILL HAS GERMAN POLICE MARKS, 99.97% of the p7 here have the police marks ground off and are re finished, its part of what makes mine so rare. If you research it you will see I'm right, I spent alot of time researching this.'
I picked up my grade b P7 from Top Gun Supply I think 2 years ago for $499. I did recently get it NP3'd and it costs a mint. My guess is that the seller is just trying to get his money back. The thing is, refinishing your weapon is sorta like customizing your car, you blow through cash to get it just the way YOU want it...all the while knowing that you will likely never make your money back if you sell it later. Diplomatically, I think the seller needed to do more research.

Good luck,

Paddy
 
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