Designed for use by law-enforcement agents, the Heckler & Koch P7 is quite likely the most innovative pistol design marketed since World War II, incorporating a number of features that have never before been successfully incorporated into large-scale manufacture. It features a unique gas-delayed blowback locking system, which uses gas pressures from the ignited cartridge and feeds them through a small port in the barrel to inhibit the rearward motion of the slide. The chamber has 18 flutes that aid in the extraction process by allowing combustion gases to flow between the fired case and the chamber walls, preventing the case from sticking to the chamber walls. The P7's unique spring extractor is contained within the slide, while the fixed ejector is a surface on the slide catch. The pistol has an innovative trigger with a squeeze cocking lever located at the front of the grip, beneath the trigger guard. The squeeze cocking lever also acts as the safety and protects against accidental firing as the lever moves forward to its initial position automatically decocking the pistol when the lever is released, allowing the user to safely keep a round in the chamber. This pistol features fixed 3-dot sights comes with two 8-round magazines. Its grips and metal are in good condition and its bore is in very good condition.