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I've come across two H&K's one is a P7 imported to Trussville Al with a 7/86 date and NDS encirled or an H&K P7 PSP with a serial # starting with 15-xxxxx date code KH?

If anyone could explain I'd appreciate it.

Which one would you want?

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I had the choice of one or the other. Since I wasn't sure, I got the P7 PSP simply because it was a newer one and I read somewhere that it has a lifetime warranty from H&K (hope I never need to use it).

Thanks for the reply's.
 

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"Lifetime warranty" aside the few remaining spare parts for these pistols will get scarcer as time goes on. Can't fix it if there are no parts available. A problem with all obsolete or discontinued products.

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"Lifetime warranty" aside the few remaining spare parts for these pistols will get scarcer as time goes on. Can't fix it if there are no parts available. A problem with all obsolete or discontinued products.

-- Chuck
That's why I have three! Spare parts, or worst comes to worst, replacements. I took a few friends from work out to my range a couple of nights ago, including two new shooters. I brought my P30, my wife's P2000sk and the P7M8, along with a couple of Colt 1911s and a Walther PPK. Guess which one they all wanted to shoot? You guessed it! The P7. They weren't quite so enthralled when I had to tell them that the P7s weren't made anymore and how much they cost!
 
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