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Discussion in 'General Firearms Forum' started by nathanours, Jan 31, 2014.
Now go to Milt Sparks and get a nice holster for it.
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Congrats! That's a fine specimen.
Awesome! Nill Grips and all.
Something along the lines of a GI stationed in Germany in 1985. Say he buys a P7 M8 and then comes back state side with said P7 M8.
I have a P9s 45 with no import stamp. Most likely the same thing.
Very very nice. I'd love to get one of those some day.
Beautiful pistol at an excellent price, with 4 mags no less.
beautiful example of a beautiful pistol...
Its one of the nicest M8s I've ever seen.
Thanks guys! I am suprised that it looks almost perfect after nearly 30 years.
I have many old guns that look new. As long as you take care of them, there's no reason they shouldn't.
A carry gun is another story...
Import marking is not mandatory on personal imports. FFL08 importers are required to mark imported guns.
I guess it was just a personal import, Andy.
It looks great without the markings.
Beautiful gun you got there. The Nill grips make it stand out for sure. Congrats!
I bought a great Grade A police turn-in P7 in 2008 when the prices got low and I stumbled across one in a local shop. I thought an M8 would be cool too but they were too expensive. Then a few months ago I stumbled on a pristine example at a local store for $950. It was missing the box and tools but had two mags so I grabbed it. I was able to find a factory box (though the serial number of course doesn't match) and after getting all the tools and another mag I'm into it about $1200.
My wife was pretty angry about the purchase but I told her it was to replace the other P7. They are both still in my safe but I did sell a few other things. I couldn't decide which P7 to sell and now I think I want a third one in hard chrome