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This is my newly acquired P4.
Very good condition.
Here also pictured along a Bundeswehr P38 for comparison.
Sweet little gun. Not sure whether to shoot it, though...

I hope you like it.
 

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Why wouldn’t you shoot it? That is what it was made to do, right?
 
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Says the man on a historic P5 buying spree. ;)
Heheh! You referring to me or DeutschlandUberAlles? We are both P5 fans ����

Re shooting the P4...the condition is quite good, not sure whether I should keep it like that to maintain eesale vale. I’m getting old, you know, so I should start thinking about my, erm, pension. ��
 

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DUA has been snapping up P5s for the last few months at a rate never seen outside of law enforcement bulk purchases. :)

Shoot the P4, it is already used and you will not hurt the value unless you totally abuse the gun. Life is too short to (1) buy crappy guns and (2) not shoot the ones that you own. In most cases, guns are not good investments after you factor in monetary depreciation over time.
 

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Shoot the P4, it is already used and you will not hurt the value unless you totally abuse the gun. Life is too short to (1) buy crappy guns and (2) not shoot the ones that you own. In most cases, guns are not good investments after you factor in monetary depreciation over time.
I think the last sentence depends entirely on what you bought and what you paid.

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