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Discussion in 'GSSF' started by halo913, Apr 5, 2010.
So someone here at work is selling a "nib" HK p7 9mm European mag release for 600. Should I do it?
Sounds like it's the PSP version, not the P7M8 with 'American' mag release. $600 is alright, a little steep. Great gun though. Be aware that holsters are few and far between, and expensive.
That's the P7PSP. The other version is the P7M8. I perfer the P7M8, but you'll like it. At $600, I'd buy another one.
$600 seems like a good price these days. I would say yes.
If you don't forward me the contact info and I very well may buy it.
I've been looking for one.
Not at all steep for new-in-box. I'd take it in a heartbeat. I paid more for a Grade C. Prices rise and fall on these. Doubt it's a true PSP. Most likely a standard P7, as op stated.
I had no prob finding holsters for mine(P7). Carry it in a Minotaur MTAC nowdays. I can be very accurate with mine out to 100yds on 12"x18" steel plates.
They stopped making the PSP a long time ago. I seriously doubt it's 'NIB', unless someone just bought one 20 years ago and stored it away. It won't be a 'standard' P7 with that heel mag release.
New in box will include a spare magazine, two cleaning brushes, a reamer, a takedown tool, a test target, and an instruction manual.
Even if the gun is in only excellent fired condition and missing all these items, $600 would be a very good buy.
Spare magazines bring $65-$75 now, just for the magazine.
Thanks for the info. I feel bad cuz I just bought a Sig p229 and an Ak. But if I'm getting it for a good price then I don't wanna pass it up.
I'd take it.
That's not steep for a like new P7 at all.
I'm not a big fan of the P7, had one for a few months and couldn't warm up to it.
But $600 for NIB condition, with the box and tools, I'd buy it in a heart beat.
Some folks do that. I'm talking with a co-worker right now about buying some guns from him. He has 3 S+W revolvers he bought in the 1970's. A .44 mag, a .357 mag and a .38 special. Has never fired any of them, they have sat on a shelf in his home, in their original box with the factory lube on them for 40 years. He doesn't even have any ammunition in the house.