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Browning Hi-Power - Great Condition

Discussion in 'Handgun Classifieds' started by silverstar, Apr 13, 2012.

  1. silverstar

    silverstar theCouv New Member

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    Very good shooter, nice shape, Have two mags, no box. $550 firm

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  2. Chipperxd

    Chipperxd Buffalo Active Member

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    Any more information as to who it's made by?
     
  3. bravo619

    bravo619 Tulsa,OK Active Member

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    its posted Chipperx
     
  4. Chipperxd

    Chipperxd Buffalo Active Member

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    Sorry I'm a noob when it comes to Hi Powers. Arent there a million clones out there like a 1911? Or is there only one manufacturer?

    Sorry again if it's listed in the photo but I can't see what it says on the slide.
     
  5. hatchj

    hatchj Milwaukie, OR Member

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    If it's a browning, they are made by fn in Belgium. depending on the age, it may be assembled in a different country.
     
  6. Rughunter

    Rughunter Seattle Area Member

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    It looks like a Browning: Made in Belgium, Assembled in Portugal.
     
  7. silverstar

    silverstar theCouv New Member

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    Yes, made in Belgium, assembled in Portugal stamped on barrel
     
  8. buck

    buck Federal Way New Member

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    looks beautiful. to bad you aren't closer.
     
  9. Blitzkrieg

    Blitzkrieg WA Well-Known Member

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    Might help to post whether it's a MK 2 or MK 3 but either way it's a good price
     
  10. Steve06

    Steve06 Oregon Active Member

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    Looks like a Mark III.
     
  11. asiparks

    asiparks PDX Active Member

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    that's an excellent price for a MkIII with a polished blue finish. If you were in OR.....
     
  12. yj93ben

    yj93ben Black Diamond, WA Member

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    FYI MKIII has a Black epoxy finish, the Standard has a Polished blued finish. Hard to tell with that picture.
     
  13. Blitzkrieg

    Blitzkrieg WA Well-Known Member

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    It will say right on the gun. The main difference between the two models is a firing pin safety that was added to the MK III slide.. if you remove the slide and look under the firing pin channel it's a toggle thingie. Many don't like it but it really does not affect anything I ever heard tell of. I have and shoot both types
     
  14. silverstar

    silverstar theCouv New Member

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    This is a MKIII - You guys are beginning to convince me I should keep this one!
     
  15. Blitzkrieg

    Blitzkrieg WA Well-Known Member

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    My BHPs are probably the last handguns I will ever sell
     
  16. silverstar

    silverstar theCouv New Member

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    Spoke too soon - just sold. Thanks for all your input!
     
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