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A friend of a friend claims he has a P10 for sale. From what I understand that's nothing more than a USP with a slide marked P10 instead of USP. I asked him for a date code and/or pictures. He hasn't responded. Is there such a thing floating around out there in civilian hands?
 

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I once read that 8 examples of the P10 were imported into the country, so they are super-rare. It is highly unlikely but possible that this "friend" has one.
 

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I cam across a P10 Jubilee about year ago...guy WOULD NOT SELL! Also I have seen a few P8's and 10s, but less than 3 of each in the past few years.
 

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A friend of a friend claims he has a P10 for sale. From what I understand that's nothing more than a USP with a slide marked P10 instead of USP. I asked him for a date code and/or pictures. He hasn't responded. Is there such a thing floating around out there in civilian hands?
If I remember correctly the safety is reversed (down is safe and up is fire) and a spurred hammer.
 

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The safety is reversed. I believe there were 20 P8 and 20 P10's imported by CCF. I know Larry would know the exact number since he brought them into country.

I had a chance to buy a P8 NIB a few years ago for 2,500.00. I wish I would have bought it now.

If I remember correctly the safety is reversed (down is safe and up is fire) and a spurred hammer.
 

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I have one of each (P8/P10). I will soon have P10 with the coin in the grip when ever I get to FL.

If I recall correctly there were some P8 slides that got into thw country that were put on USP frames. If you are offered a P8 please make sure it is a true P8(if that matters to you.)
 

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They are very hard to find. If you spend some time looking and have the money you can find them. I have a P8 and a P10 Jubilee in euro case.
 

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The P8 is what I shot in the military. The safety lever makes the most sense too as when you grip the pistol your thumb automatically pushes it into FIRE. It's the reason I haven't bought any firearms with a safety as all of the ones I've seen have been backwards to the P8.
 

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I picked up my P8, P10 and P10 Jubilee around 2009. I got my info on P8 & P10 import numbers from Larry. The P10 Jubilee import numbers from HK.

Here are the numbers.
P8= 25 in the US
P10= 20 in the US
P10 Jubilee= 500 made, 25 in the US(one is in the Gray Room).

Here is the pic from the ad I bought my P8 & P10 from showing what they came with and the difference in cases.


Youtube video of the P10 Jubilee(not mine)
Heckler & Koch P10 pistole - YouTube

If I recall correctly there were some P8 slides that got into thw country that were put on USP frames. If you are offered a P8 please make sure it is a true P8(if that matters to you.)
I haven't heard of this before. Not sure if it would even work but as with anything it is never a bad thing to double check. If it is true I am curious how many are out there.
 

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Didn't Larry at CCF have one for sale a decade ago?
 
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