There is no substitute for knowing what you are doing.Nonetheless, the P7 is a weapon that, compared to other pistols, is more sensitive and, above all, much more dangerous for incorrect operation, see my post # 9 in this thread.
As I have already reported elsewhere, I also had to experience that personally. Thank goodness this incident ended without harming myself.
Hence my personal assessment of the P7: Never again!
The P7 is kind of scooped out of the holster without a finger on the trigger and then squeeze cocked as it's brought on target.
It should not be squeezed cocked with the trigger pulled while carried upholstered in a pocket.
The operation of the gun is different than any other gun out there.
It's a mechanically safe gun but if someone is going to carry it, it behooves them to practice with the thing until the manual of arms is ingrained and instinctive.
I think it was Mas Ayoob back in the day who said the P7 was a great pistol but a jealous mistress. Like a jealous mistress, it is a thing that demands attention. Like a jealous mistress, it is something best messed with to the exclusion of others.