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    P7m8

    Shot my HK P7M8 again today. Sweet, even with cheapo ammo, fires everytime, very accurate. Too bad it's only 9mm but I love it.

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    That's a all steel gun isn't Charlie? I was looking around at the show yesterday for one. Nobody had it.

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    I have never been able to shoot one

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    If you see one, BUY IT!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Baldy View Post
    That's a all steel gun isn't Charlie? I was looking around at the show yesterday for one. Nobody had it.
    Yep, it's all steel. Are you looking to buy one or just handle one?

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    Quote Originally Posted by -gunut- View Post
    I have never been able to shoot one
    Really? This was my first time and it seemed OK. Have you tried very much?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Charlie View Post
    Really? This was my first time and it seemed OK. Have you tried very much?
    To shoot one? I don't know anyone that has one.

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    My mistake. I thought you meant you couldn't shoot one very good. I just misread your post. Duh! Come to Texass and I'll let you shoot mine.

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    Talking Look first..

    Quote Originally Posted by Charlie View Post
    Yep, it's all steel. Are you looking to buy one or just handle one?
    I was looking to handle one before I did anything as I can usually tell if it's for me or not by handling it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by -gunut- View Post
    I have never been able to shoot one
    That makes two of us.

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    I bought my AF date coded one in April of '06 and STILL haven't fired it. I actually put it up for sale on the CA forums as NIB. Kept getting requests for pics but no replies except from people trying to lowball me. I decided to keep it for now and am going to take it out to the range here in the near future and put some rounds through her. Charlie, just out of curiousity, what kind of groupings were you getting with your ammo and at what distance? Also, I've been reading on other forums that there is word from HK Reps that limited numbers of AH (2007) date coded models will be coming into the country later on, but that remains to be seen.

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    Off hand gettin' 4" groups (standing up, no sandbags, etc.) at about 50 ft. Not real good but it was me not the gun. I'm probably gonna' keep mine for a long time.

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    Standing Offer - If you are every in Kentucky

    to burn some powder in a German Staple gun

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    Quote Originally Posted by Charlie View Post
    Shot my HK P7M8 again today. Sweet, even with cheapo ammo, fires everytime, very accurate. Too bad it's only 9mm but I love it.
    Agreed. I love mine, extremely accurate (fixed barrel), easy recoil management, solid heft (steel gun). Plus it's dead easy to conceal. If it were a single stack .45 it'd be a perfect CCW gun. As it is, in 9mm it's still a sweet piece.

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    The P7M8 is quite a unique pistol, one of my favorites and a must have for the H&K collector. I don't think there is any pistol I can draw and shoot double taps with as quick as the P7. One of the drawbacks to me is that after a few quick magazines, especially in the summer, the frame above the trigger gets hot. Also the price of the mags is a bit high.

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    Looks great!

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    Looks real nice..

    I read that one needs to clean this ofter with the "cheaper" ammo due to the "diryy" gas that is given off.. Any comments so far?

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    I recently picked up a PM8.
    I LOVE IT! I had forgotten how nice these were to shoot. They do get hot after a handful of mags though.

    NRA LM,
    I haven't noticed it getting particularly dirty, and I've been feeding it nothing but white box ball.




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    I finally shot my M8 this past weekend after waiting one full year. Incredibly accurate and fast follow up shots. The recoil is more than my Glock 19 using the same ammo but it's pretty much a non-issue for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brennankg View Post

    NRA LM,
    I haven't noticed it getting particularly dirty, and I've been feeding it nothing but white box ball.




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    Good to know.. Thank You!

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    P7

    One of the best shooting handguns of all time. I just got thru shooting my P7 PSP. The only thing I can say is clean it every 300-500 rounds and you will not have any problems!

    Ed

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    Thumbs up

    I used to own one and all I can say is that it is one of the most ultra-accurate pistols out of the box. You'll never need to customize that pistol except if you want to hard-chrome it or install nite sites.

    It has a very slim profile to allow for concealment, but you need a good holster for it as it is a fairly heavy pistol for only 8 rounds. The only drawback that I can find with that pistol is that it gets extremely hot after shooting like 20 - 30 rounds.

    Besides that con, it is a very sweet shooting pistol.

    Enjoy!

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    For those of you looking into the P7s, check this guy. He seems to deal in a lot of police turn-ins. He has some for $679.
    Click here: http://www.summitgunbroker.com/1925651.html

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    That's not an M8, it's the the Old PSP version...

    I haven't got to handle one in person yet, but I've been looking into the P7 online, and I'm seriously considering buying one when I turn 21 in Dec.

    They imported a bunch of old german Police P7 PSP's, so it's normal to see used PSP's are going for 600-700 now, but I think the P7 M8 would be worth the extra $ because it's the newer version with a heat shield over the gas tube, and the more traditional mag release style, which I'd prefer.

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    The P7M8 is awesome. Its one of my favorite 9mms. Here it is with my only other HK, the Mark 23.


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