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P7M10 on Gunbroker

Discussion in 'Heckler & Koch Forum' started by 4949shooter, Oct 23, 2012.

  1. bac1023

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    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...


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  2. enukis

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    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.
     
  3. 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?
     
  4. bac1023

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    Obviously, I have.

    Its one of the most accurate, softest shooting 40s ever built.
     
  5. Thanks bac.

    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.
     
  6. bac1023

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    Cool :cool:

    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.

    http://www.gunbroker.com/Auction/ViewItem.aspx?Item=311849514
     
  7. That is a nice one for sure. Wish I had two grand to spare.
     
  8. bac1023

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    Yeah, they won't be getting any cheaper, unfortunately.
     
  9. mikesull415

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    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
     
  10. bac1023

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    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.
     
  11. enukis

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    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.

    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rIUfMsct_ao&feature=relmfu"]Best H&K P7M8 P7M13 video Part 1 of 3 - YouTube[/ame]

    [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.
     
  12. Probably one of the heaviest as well.
     
  13. Apparently H&K beefed up the slide in order to slow it down with the .40 cartridge.
     
  14. bac1023

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    Certainly

    Its 43oz unloaded.
     
  15. bac1023

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    They sure did.
     
  16. ca survivor

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    as much as I like the .40 S&W and the P-7s, I don't like the looks of the M10.
     
  17. bac1023

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    Its not a looker, but its a great pistol.