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  • Dan 0351
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    Originally posted by LI Ammo View Post
    Amazing how much it looks like one of these...with an inside out safety.

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    The P7 "is my jam"........as the whippersnappers say....

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  • Harmonic
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    Originally posted by Dan 0351 View Post
    RayK-47 & Mrprovy called it - HAMADA.



    Actual WINNER.
    Partly a lucky guess. I knew that records on Hamadas were a bit lacking and that there may have been some unknown variants.

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  • LI Ammo
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    Amazing how much it looks like one of these...with an inside out safety.

    H&K_P7_(6825671856).jpg

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  • Dan 0351
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    RayK-47 & Mrprovy called it - HAMADA.

    Originally posted by Harmonic View Post
    Hamada prototype.
    Actual WINNER.

    To say it's a "Hamada" is good, but there doesn't seem to be ANY with a grip safety - so it's not a production Type 1 or Type 2. It appears to be a prototype for a Type 1.

    As of ~2004, there were only 27 known examples of the PRODUCTION guns. This is a prototype with a serial number a SINGLE DIGIT, marked on the slide and the frame. It is pretty difficult to determine value as there's not much to compare it to. There may only have been 4 or 5 made of each of five different prototypes. As of my research thus far, it only existed in a blueprint until this example surfaced......

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  • Mrprovy
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    A variation of a Japanese Yato?

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  • class3
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    Inagaki? If so that's very bird to a Japanese pistol collector.

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  • Harmonic
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    Hamada prototype.

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  • Rrudo74901
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    Originally posted by Mrprovy View Post
    I would say a Hamada, but it doesn't look like they were produced with the grip safety. The serrations aren't fine enough to be a DWM.

    Is that some kind of exposed hammer behind the slide?
    You are on the right track

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  • OH UNCLE PAUL
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    Clearly a Hi Point.

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  • Huntington Guy
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    I got nuthin’

    Did it shoot these?
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  • Mrprovy
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    I would say a Hamada, but it doesn't look like they were produced with the grip safety. The serrations aren't fine enough to be a DWM.

    Is that some kind of exposed hammer behind the slide?

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  • Silent Revolver
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    Don't have a clue, it's nice tho.

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  • bigbore44
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    Grip safety and heel mag release make it interesting for sure, but don't have a clue.

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  • Sherm66
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    Clearly an antique HK P7.



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  • RayK-47
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    It really does look like a 1910, but a knockoff of it.

    So, a Hamada?

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