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HK P7M8 25th Anniversary (aka, Jubilee) chambered in 9mm (number 195 of 500 made)—photos taken on 04/16/2005:
HK P7M10 chambered in .40 Auto in blued finish (as the rarest of the production HK P7s, it is one of only 1,000 or so made, and also the 101st made, based on its serial number)—photos taken on 01/14/2006:
HK P7M10 chambered in .40 Auto in factory nickel finish—photos taken on 01/19/2003:
The same HK P7M10 chambered in .40 Auto, but in hard-chrome finish with "brush flats" (work done by Tripp Research)—photos taken on 04/06/2005:
The same HK P7M10 chambered in .40 Auto in hard-chrome finish with "brush flats" (work done by Tripp Research), but wearing Nill Rhomlas wood grips (part number HK0558)—photos taken on 09/17/2005:
HK P7M13 chambered in 9mm in blued finish—photos taken on 01/14/2006:
HK P7M13 chambered in 9mm in hard-chrome finish with "brush flats" (work done by Tripp Research)—photos taken on 01/14/2006 & 01/21/2003:
Two P7 PSPs and two P7K3s (the silver one has been hard-chromed, work done by Tripp Research)—photos taken on 01/13/2006:
Don't forget to check out the Walther P99 FAQ, the Sig Pro FAQ, and the HK P7M8 Jubilee FAQ!
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