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Anyone know if HK ever made a .45 cal. in the P7 format? I know they made a .40 cal. (was it a P10?), but I know nothing of a .45 cal. in that format. Any info will be knowledge gained and appreciated. :)
 

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Charlie said:
Anyone know if HK ever made a .45 cal. in the P7 format? I know they made a .40 cal. (was it a P10?), but I know nothing of a .45 cal. in that format. Any info will be knowledge gained and appreciated. :)
I believe they do make them. A friend of mine was telling me how much he liked it.
 

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http://hkpro.com/p7m7.htm

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"Among P7 aficionados, there is one pistol that gets them fired up more than any other. The P7M7. Rarest of the P7s, the M7 in .45ACP never went beyond prototype stage. There are only six examples in the world, and they are in the possession of HK. There was one rumored to be for sale in Honolulu, Hawaii for $10,000, but this was surely a bogus claim. The six were produced in 1983. The serial numbers ranged from 001M7 to 006M7. With a magazine capacity of seven rounds, you can see why it was called the M7. Here are the clearest photos ever of this magnificent handgun."
 

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Many thanks -gunut-. That's a magnificent gun and excellent picture. But it does not seem likely I'll be saving up for one anytime soon. Guess I'll have to stick with a 9mm (on the wish list). Thanks again.\
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Many thanks -gunut-. That's a magnificent gun and excellent picture. But it does not seem likely I'll be saving up for one anytime soon. Guess I'll have to stick with a 9mm (on the wish list). Thanks again.\
Charlie
Haha yeah. Glad to have helped
 

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Not real familiar with the P9S. Actually not real familiar with most of the HK's. I handled, viewed, played with, etc. a P7M8 and a P7PSP recently and fell in love. I have not shot one yet. If you see me on the highway pickin' up 'luminum cans, throw me your change.
 

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Looks like it's gonna' take a lot of 'luminum cans for the P7's as they went out of production (according to the HK site) in 2000! :(
 

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Charlie said:
Looks like it's gonna' take a lot of 'luminum cans for the P7's as they went out of production (according to the HK site) in 2000! :(
I think it was only last year they stopped making the P7. I bought mine new in 2002.
 
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