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    thedude11 New Member

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    I just ordered a HK PSP from CDNN from the huge batch they got in from Germany.

    I never really planned on getting one but the pictures I saw from other people who got some convinced me. They looked brand new.

    I'm not going to be back home(Texas) until July 8 so I'm going to have to wait until the 9th or so to pick it up. :hs:

    I'll post up pictures when I get it. I can't wait. :big grin:
     
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    what grade did you get?
     
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    Hmmm... I'm jealous, I've always kinda wanted one of those. How much if you don't mind??

    And what is this infamous CDNN?
     
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    I got the Grade A. The ones I saw posted online were Grade As and looked remarkable. Another guy posted a Grade C that he got that turned out to be in Grade A condition.. probably a mistake but lucky for him!
     
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    $674 for the handgun. I got another mag to go with it for $35. They have a flat rate $10 for shipping. And since I'm in Texas I had to pay taxes. :(

    CDNN is a gun shop based out of Lubbock, TX. Very good prices on their items, great service, too.
    http://www.cdnninvestments.com/
    I recommend them for anything you need. They do sell handguns but they don't advertise them online since after the VT shooting. They have an online catalog you can download that still displays their long guns, though. They have an actual catalog you can get mailed to you that will have everything in it.
     
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    Cool. Looks like they have a little of everything.

    Oh, and IIRC from when I was looking at them that's a good price.
     
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    Yeah, CDNN has the best prices on them. They're the place to get them from if you do decide to grab one up. :big grin:
     
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    My P7M8 just came back from tripps for the hard chrome treatment:)
     
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    Pics? :drool:
     
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    only a crappy one from when i was fitting my new grips.

    i'll do some good ones when my new DSLR shows up next week

    [​IMG]
     
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    Wow... that is incredible! :drool: :love:

    How much did that cost? I'd love to do something like that in the future, it looks so amazing. :eek3:
     
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    This is my daily carry weapon so I wanted something that would hold up. the chrome job was like $330 after everything including 4 mags. The grips were like $115. not to mention the $1475 for the gun w/ 5 mags.
     
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    That's the NP3 finish, correct? Did you get the whole gun plus internals treated? I assume you got the NP3 plus Rogard?
     
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    No, I was going to go that route but didn't like how it the final product looked. I went with Tripps hard chrome, Matte with brushed flats. The entire gun is done internals, etc. I may NP3 another one of my P7's. We'll see. I want to do a two tone gun, but may do that on the Sig P225 that needs to be redone.

    BTW you have a P7 not a PSP. There are only like ~250 PSPs they are pretty much the same but your weapon will not say PSP anywhere on it & there are very few differences
     
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    Yeah, I read that there were only 250 PSPs made but I was still a bit confused as to exactly what I got.

    How many differences are there from the P7 to the P7 M8?
     
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    Sorry about the caps but i was working & not paying attention.

    THE MOST NOITICABLE IS THE TRIGGER GAURD. THE P7 & PSP HAVE A SMALLER ONE WITHOUT A HEAT SHIELD. YOU WEAPON WILL HEAT UP RATHER QUICKLY & BECOME UNCOMFORTABLE FOR A LONG RANGE SESSION

    THE MAG RELEASE IS ON THE HEAL NOT UP NEXT TO THE TRIGGER GAURD

    HOPFULLY YOU GOT A FLUSH MOUNT & NOT THE PROTRUDING RELEASE. YOU WILL ONLY KNOW WHEN IT SHOWS UP.

    THE MAGS ARE SLIGHTLY DIFFERENT & WILL NOT INTRECHANGE.

    YOU NEED A TOOL TO REMOVE THE FIRING PIN ON THE P7 WHERE THE M8 YOU CAN DO WITH YOUR FINGERS
     
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    Thank you, sir. A scholar and a gentleman. :bigthumb:
     
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    You obviously have me confused with someone else :bigthumb:
     
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    What exactly do you mean by slide bite?
     
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    I'm not planning on this to be my carry gun, but that might change once I get more used to it and get some rounds down the pipe.
     
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    you will. the only time i don't carry my P7 is the summer time at work where I have to tuck. That's when the Kahr P9 is used:bigthumb:
     
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    You can't conceal it with your shirt tucked? Isn't the P7 a relatively small and easily concealable gun?

    I've never even seen one so I don't know the exact size of it...:dunno:
     
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    it is but I have it paired with a matt del fatti owb holster. I keep my tucking for my Kahr. it's lighter & smaller (easier to tuck)
     

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