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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 04-10-2008, 11:01 PM Thread Starter
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HK P7M8, P7M13 or PSP

Anyone have any experience with these pistols? They intrigue me and was debating blowing my tax return on one, post up opinions.

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I had a buddy that had the P7M13. He paid a small fortune for it.

Its a really, really cool piece. The fixed barrel and squeeze cocking mechanism make a very accurate shooter. And its remarkably compact for having a full 4" barrels.
The only thing that turned me off was that it would get HOT after a few failure to stop drills. As a defensive piece, it'd work pretty well, but as a range toy or a game gun, I'd opt for something else just on that alone. I really enjoyed shooting it otherwise.

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Works of art!

The fact that they are fixed barrels make them accurate. There is no momevement of the barrel such as in 1911's or Beretta 92's etc, the slide is the only moving part when it comes to feeding and extracting.

The trigger is the only part that takes some getting used to as you have to squeeze the grip in order to cock the gun, release the grip gun is de cocked.

I have owned 9 of these these over time and never had a problem with any. IF there is any downfall it's that it's only offered in 9mm.

Great gun if you want to own "1" gun that can do it all, range, home defense, carry.

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