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Discussion in 'Heckler & Koch Forum' started by 4949shooter, Oct 23, 2012.
The blued models sell for the most money, because there were far less of them made than the nickel M10s, which is what I have...
A Blued P7M10 is one of my wet dreams but since I'm about to drop major coin on some home renovations, I have to pass on this.
I wonder what the final bid will be on this gun - $2,100 is a bargain for a blued P7M10.
Can't tell right now but I am thinking it will be worth more to a collector.
Have any of you guys fired a P7M10?
Obviously, I have.
Its one of the most accurate, softest shooting 40s ever built.
I would really like to fire one some day. I would like it even more to own one.
We'll see what happens when the kids graduate from college.
Yeah, they aren't cheap and continue to rise in value. I'd go for a nickel model, which can be had for a little less.
Here's a mint nickel model with a bid over $2000 already.
That is a nice one for sure. Wish I had two grand to spare.
Yeah, they won't be getting any cheaper, unfortunately.
Don't know much about the p7's. I'd like to have one one day just to have one, but to me they don't look anywhere near as good as the regular p7. I don't know if its the added bulk or what. Just doesn't do it for me
Its the added bulk to the slide. They aren't nearly as pretty as the P7 or P7M8, but they are great shoorters and have collector's value that a standard P7 will never have.
I was looking on youtube the other day and found a three part promotional video that H&K made many years ago for the P7 series.
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[ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tofqw_2TKyY&feature=relmfu"]Best H&K P7M8 P7M13 Video Part 2 of 3 - YouTube[/ame]
[ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iAXJVm0p44w&feature=relmfu"]Best H&K P7M8 P7M13 Video part 3 of 3 - YouTube[/ame]
At one point the narrator says that parts of the gun are machined to a tolerance of 1/1000th of a millimeter. That seems a bit more precise than just about any other pistol ever.
Probably one of the heaviest as well.
Apparently H&K beefed up the slide in order to slow it down with the .40 cartridge.
Its 43oz unloaded.
They sure did.
as much as I like the .40 S&W and the P-7s, I don't like the looks of the M10.
Its not a looker, but its a great pistol.