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Posted: 12/30/2002 11:44:00 AM EST
I need some info about the Peters Stahl PSP 07-sport .45 i have been looking at this gun for some weeks now and i really want it but it cost a lot and i have not found any info about it from people who have one, so if you have one or know something about this gun please write it down.
I also looked at another model called Range Master .45 but they have not updated their homepage so it cant be found there.

So my question is should i buy this gun??
http://www.peters-stahl.com/images/psp07.jpg

Homepage
http://www.peters-stahl.com/engelsepagina.htm

Have a nice day!!!

Magnus
(I hope my english is understandable)
Link Posted: 12/31/2002 4:45:47 PM EST

Originally Posted By magnus308:
I need some info about the Peters Stahl PSP 07-sport .45 i have been looking at this gun for some weeks now and i really want it but it cost a lot and i have not found any info about it from people who have one, so if you have one or know something about this gun please write it down.
I also looked at another model called Range Master .45 but they have not updated their homepage so it cant be found there.

So my question is should i buy this gun??
www.peters-stahl.com/images/psp07.jpg

Homepage
www.peters-stahl.com/engelsepagina.htm

Have a nice day!!!

Magnus
(I hope my english is understandable)



Edited to make links active
Beachboy
Link Posted: 1/3/2003 3:19:54 PM EST
[Last Edit: 1/4/2003 6:46:58 AM EST by anothergene]
I'm not too sure they sold completed guns here in the U.S., magnus.
I do remember the name and it may have been used on conversion kits, top end/slide assemblies years ago.
I don't recall seeing any as of late, however.
According to the "gun value" book, there were some complete guns imported from Germany by Federal Ordnance in '89. In perfect condition valued at $2200.
I think the same company made the upper as the basis for Springfield Armory's Omega pistol from '87 to '90.
Never having seen one, let alone firing one, I am of no help there, sorry.
They sure do appear to be top of the line from the website though.

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