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Old 01-21-2012, 01:06 AM   #51
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Originally Posted by lmurphy7676
Well that's another thing I forgot to mention, I have big hands so a small gun would be very uncomfortable, so I'm gonna go check some of these out when I can so I greatly appreciate. All the info
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Old 01-21-2012, 05:20 PM   #52
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HK Parts net is offering P7s in that general price range. Slightly larger than the Walther PP series, low bore axis so it points VERY well, three dot sights... I am very pleased with mine. Capacity is 8+1, and the +1 is about as safe as a chambered round can be. It took about 30 seconds to get used to the squeeze cocking arrangement. In any case, I was pleasantly surprised to get a 9mm which is about the size of the .380s and .32s I have become accustomed to. The pistols are Police Surplus, well maintained and reliable. I typically shoot Standard ball, but I have heard these this will eat almost anything.
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