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Thanks!

David, that 45 is a tank!




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I wish I knew if the 9mm USP is slimmer than the .45 model. I've never seen them together for comparison. Awful nice battle gun 6guns.
 
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Oh my. More Mk 23s. Great pistols Lincolnsix.
 
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Oh my. More Mk 23s. Great pistols Lincolnsix.


Thanks! I bought a 2016 model and then by accident a month later found a NIB KH with the maritime finish so I had to add it as well Wink
 
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^^^^^^^ Sweet!



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A P7 that is often not seen. One of the most valuable pistols to a H&K P7 collector. Its not mine, but I wish it was. Was happy just to hold it for a little while.
 
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USP9SD (Tactical - Match trigger)

[IMG:left] IMG_0173 by David King, on Flickr[/IMG]

P7

[IMG:left] IMG_0181 by David King, on Flickr[/IMG]

P2000 (Factory 357 Sig and 9mm) 9mm has action tuned by Gray Guns, Inc

[IMG:left] IMG_0177 by David King, on Flickr[/IMG]

P2000SK (Factory 357 Sig & 9mm) 9mm has had the action tuned by Gray Guns Inc.

[IMG:left] IMG_0175 by David King, on Flickr[/IMG]

P2000 & P2000SK 357 Sig

[IMG:left] IMG_0179 by David King, on Flickr[/IMG]


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A P7 that is often not seen. One of the most valuable pistols to a H&K P7 collector. Its not mine, but I wish it was. Was happy just to hold it for a little while.
I know nothing of it. It appears to have a longer slide and barrel. Very nice pistol.
 
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David Lee,

This is a P7M7. It was the P7 pistol in .45 ACP. There were only a few made as HK had a hard time making it work reliably. It used a hydraulic buffer like the P7K3 but was never brought to market. I'm not sure how many were actually made, but at least six.Wink

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Wow! That's #6. What a piece for someone to own. And I thank you for the reply.
 
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I got one I’ve been wanting a looooong time thanks to one of our fine fellow Sigforum members.

P2000SK 9mm sporting a RCM threaded barrel.



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Purchased at the Grafenwöhr Rod and Gun Club in 1981. I had seen a writeup in a gun magazine and instantly decided I needed one. I asked the club manager to get it as soon as they were made available to the public and it was probably one of the first ones sold in Germany.





And as a bit of follow up history with the guns, a couple of years later the Eschenbach police department was thinking of adopting the P7. They had a few (evidently) demos on hand and they challenged us (the closest Army CID unit) to a friendly match using their guns. The plate on my takeaway trophy:





Rough translation:
1st Winner
Pistol shooting competition
Police Eschenbach 1983




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My recent HK pistols from this summer.




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I have a small pile of HKs...Here's a couple:





But this one I carry! Cool



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Rough translation:
1st Winner
Pistol shooting competition
Police Eschenbach 1983


Re: the word on the second line

I don't think I've ever encountered a single word which has more letters than there are in the English language before!
 
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^^^ Oh yeah!




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Thanks for translating sigfreund. It's one thing to speak German but quite another to spell German. Did you bring your P7 back to the States sir?
 
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