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Posted: 10/19/2001 11:41:13 AM EDT
conversions, I would appreciate hearing about it. The gun (I just put a small deposit down on it) is in nice shape. Comes with one spare mag, and is currently in .380. I will need to get a couple more spare mags (not a problem, as they can still be found in .380 relatively easily). I would like to get a .22LR conversion if anyone knows of one cheaply enough, a .32 kit would be nice too, but not absolutely necessary.
Link Posted: 10/19/2001 11:47:47 AM EDT
[Last Edit: 10/19/2001 11:42:07 AM EDT by brouhaha]
Link Posted: 10/19/2001 2:30:19 PM EDT
brouski-- I knew about the mags being the same, and the slide being the same in the .32/.380 and different in the .22. I thought the .22 was the hardest to find. I will watch GA and the auction sites every once in a while when I have the cash in hand. I am just hoping that if someone here spots one at a local shop/gunshow, or on another site (if HK Pro was up, I'd post there--maybe next month when I have cash in hand). The only thing that struck me as strange was that the rear site on the K3 (in the gun I am getting) looks kind of cheap--a' la' the Glock "adjustable" site. Is yours that way? The P7's are EXCELLENT guns. I have a PSP along with 8 mags. I am torn between getting another PSP in the future, or getting a P7 M13 (don't need the M8, as the mags are too similar to the PSP's). (Before anyone gets too technical, I think the gun I have is a P7, not the PSP, but since everyone calls it the P7 PSP, that is what I do to differentiate from the M8's.) I have a possible line on a M13 with 2 mags for $1k in about a month--but I do like the thin grip on the PSP. Thanks for the info. AFARR
Link Posted: 10/19/2001 2:54:12 PM EDT
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