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The Heckler & Koch P7 is a diverse family of semi-automatic pistols available in a variety of calibers. A 3.8” or 4.1” polygonal rifled barrel is adorned with a notch rear sight and a blade front sight. The front strap of P7s feature finger grooves to allow users a more secure grasp on these West German pistols. A cocking lever at the front of the grip acts as a safety, as this lever must be squeezed before the P7 can be fired. These weapons have been used by military and law enforcement organizations around the world.

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