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The PlayStation Portable (PSP) is a handheld game console developed and marketed by Sony Computer Entertainment. It was first released in Japan on December 12, 2004, in North America on March 24, 2005, and in PAL regions on September 1, 2005, and is the first handheld installment in the PlayStation line of consoles. As a seventh generation console, the PSP competed with the Nintendo DS.
Development of the PSP was announced during E3 2003, and the console was unveiled at a Sony press conference on May 11, 2004. The system was the most powerful portable console when it was introduced, and was the first real competitor of Nintendo's handheld consoles after many challengers such as Nokia's N-Gage had failed. The PSP's advanced graphics capabilities made it a popular mobile entertainment device, which could connect to the PlayStation 2 and PlayStation 3, any computer with a USB interface, other PSP systems, and the Internet. The PSP also had a vast array of multimedia features such as video playback, and has been considered a portable media player as well. The PSP is the only handheld console to use an optical disc format – in this case, Universal Media Disc (UMD) – as its primary storage medium; both games and movies have been released on the format.
The PSP was received positively by critics, and sold over 80 million units during its ten-year lifetime. Several models of the console were released, before the PSP line was succeeded by the PlayStation Vita, released in Japan in 2011 and worldwide a year later. The Vita has backward compatibility with PSP games that were released on the PlayStation Network through the PlayStation Store, which became the main method of purchasing PSP games after Sony shut down access to the store from the PSP on March 31, 2016. Hardware shipments of the PSP ended worldwide in 2014; production of UMDs ended when the last Japanese factory producing them closed in late 2016.
HK P7 PSP squeeze cocker chambered in 9mm Luger. Great condition. Comes with everything pictured: original grips, Karl Nill wood grips, extra magazine, cleaning rod, tool, box (matching serial number) and manual. Willing to ship FFL to FFL at buyers expense- see my feedback. Face to face takes...
QTY 4 boxes of Remington 35 Whelen. All 4 boxes are in great condition. I'm asking $80 per box or $315 for all 4 boxes. Preferably I would like the buyer to come to me. I could ship these as well but buyer must pay shipping to comply with all laws and regulations.
USA Manufactured Stainless Steel Baby Browning Clone. Bauer Automatics, Precision Small Parts 25 Auto mouse gun. All Stainless Steel semi auto has 6+1 capacity fits in the palm of your hand. Original designed by John Browningo along with the 25 ACP round. This has been a ongoing project for me...
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I am selling a HK P7 PSP 9mm squeeze cocking pistol in very nice condition and with a nice plum patina. The serial number is 80XX, pretty low. It was likely made in the earlier 1980's and was a West German police trade in before it made its way to the USA. It will come with two mags and the...
Selling my P7 PSP Grade A Lower Saxony Police trade in. Its a safe queen, I've never shot it and I got it at a massive firearms estate sale, I doubt the previous owner shot it also. Looks unfired since it was imported. With the possibility that all semi's including pistols are going to be banned...