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I sold one of my P7s last month and kind of regretted it, but found this yesterday in great shape and couldn't pass it up. It is a HK P7M13 with two mags made in 1984. It's a Chantilly import with the wide trigger. For an HK collector like me, it is a grail gun.




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This one was gifted to me and is one of my cherished possessions.

Thank you Bill.










 
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My favorite 9mm bar none. It scratches all my gun geek buttons

-reliable
-accurate
-great trigger
-cool factor off the chart
-Bizarre, yet practical as hell manual of arms
-great looking

I love the P7 series of guns.


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My son has an M13 - haven't been able to talk him out of it for the past 20 years.

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I like my "bring back."








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^^^ That's a nice one, sigfreund. The one I sold was just like that only it had an import stamp. Tell us the story of yours.



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Not that hkparts is ever cheap but I saw mags were 200 bucks apiece. Shit, I’m rich. Lol
 
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I like my "bring back."


That one is less than a thousand away from the old one I have



I hate how the grips discolored on mine, so I have some wood grips to replace them.


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Hberttmank-
If it's not too much to ask-
Over or under $1200?


My dumb-ass, years ago- "Oh, I'll pick up a P-7 next time they become available..."
And next thing you know- Mother Hubbards cupboard is bare!


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One of my biggest regrets was selling my P7. Great gun. Stupid me.
 
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Hberttmank-
If it's not too much to ask-
Over or under $1200?


My dumb-ass, years ago- "Oh, I'll pick up a P-7 next time they become available..."
And next thing you know- Mother Hubbards cupboard is bare!


Yeah it was over $1200. But I got it for a good price. P7 of any condition ain't cheap.



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I’m a terrible photographer:



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Hberttmank-
If it's not too much to ask-
Over or under $1200?


My dumb-ass, years ago- "Oh, I'll pick up a P-7 next time they become available..."
And next thing you know- Mother Hubbards cupboard is bare!


Yeah it was over $1200. But I got it for a good price. P7 of any condition ain't cheap.


Congrats on your purchase!
I'm still kicking myself in the rear for passing up the P-7's who knows how many times...
$500-$700 back then.

Now, I haven't seen any for under $1200.
If I would have known then what I know now, I would have bought 10 of them.


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Very nice P7s. I've sold two over the years and regret it. I still have a mint, unfired Chantilly P7M8. It's not going anywhere. I always wanted a shooter that I can send to Ford's or CCR and have it as a carry gun.


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Mine is pretty thrashed. It's one of only six pistols I own. It's a heel-mag-release gun, and I think that's the only way to have it. I have handled M8s and M13s, and don't care to have either, personally. Very cool gun, and I can shoot it more accurately than any of my other pistols.
 
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Yup I like my PSP that I picked up a few years ago. Keeps the hands nice and toasty on those cold chilly mornings on the range. Smile


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This one was gifted to me and is one of my cherished possessions.

Thank you Bill.












You've make a nice purchase
 
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The P7 and Mark 23 are two pistols I actively seek.
I haven't seen either in quite a long time. Maybe someday.
Nice score.


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The Utah Highway Patrol issued the P7 M13 from 1986 to 1996 when they replaced them with to Beretta 8040D Cougar in 96/97.
 
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Great pictures guys and what a great pistol. It is a shame such a unique and interesting operating and looking firearm was good discontinued.


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