HK doesn't make the P7 series any longer. There is a huge secondary market out there for P7 PSPs and P7M8s. Prices range from about $600 for a PSP to $1300-$1500 for a NIB P7M8. P7M13s and P7M10s are even more rare and usually command even higher prices. I am waiting to find a NIB P7M8 for the right price, if I do, then I will pounce on it. Also keep in mind mags. for these guns can cost around $60-$100 for factory mags.
I don't know what you mean by "small version". A you reffering to the P7 PSP?
P7M8 was the only p7 series i seen and did'nt look like very compact, i have been looking at the P2000sk. but know body in my area has had one in stock to check out before ordering, seen the P7 being talked about and was just curious.
Bachman Pawn and Gun in Texas. I spoke to someone there last week about another item, and they had 3 left at the time, NIB, two of them with consecutive serial #s. Other than Gunbroker, they are the only one I know that has one in stock presently.
The P7 is very compact. It has a low profile slide because the barrel is fixed and doesn't need to lock up in the slide. Overall, I'd say the P7 is more compact, and certainly thinner, than the P2000sk.
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