WTS: HK Commercial 1981 P7 PSP w/Box, Target, 2 Mags *SOLD PENDING FUNDS

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  1. viperjody

    viperjody
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    This is from my private collection. Mint in box commercial 1981 (IB) P7 PSP. Comes with everything shown including 1 IB and 1 IA Mag in mint condition. $1000 Obo. If you are not familiar with P7s, this is an extremely rare commercial gun imported in 81, not a police refurb trade-in. This gun has the original frame design along with all of the original design features from the 1979 design, i.e. Euro mag release, etc. It is very rare to find these in the original box, with the target, etc. I also have a P7M13, M8 and K3 for sale. SOLD PENDING FUNDS

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  2. Siglvr

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    What a beauty!!! WOW! (sigh, if I didn't already have 3 of them, none that nice......)
     
  3. JedB

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    Very nice. What do the logos that are engraved on the side mean (3rd and 4th pictures down) ??
     
  4. viperjody

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    IB is the Date Code for 1981, the Stag Horns are the german proof marks for commercial sale, the eagle with the N is a german proofmark for Nitrocellulose. the 5 digit number is the serial number, ARL, VA is who the importer was... I hope that answers your questions.
     
  5. aaron20

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    I wish I had the money for it! That is truely a beautiful and a great shooting gun!
     
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