Browning Hi-power replacement sights

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  1. DSbur

    DSbur
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    I still have the original 'battle' sights on my early 80's FN hi-power. My eyes are no longer as good as they were in the 'early 80's'. Was considering some fixed Novaks, and I know most likely anything I pick will have to have the front sight milled in. I'm sometimes having a hard time picking up that slim front sight.

    Can machine. The bases of the Novak front sights seem a little wide and snaggy but haven't seen them installed on a hi-power. The adjustable Millets I remember seemed like the rear sights were rather bulky.

    Truck gun, not for competition.

    I'm simply not up on available options these days, am old-school, and like simple and clean installations.

    Thanks in advance for any suggestions-
     
  2. Spad

    Spad
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    Check out the Hi Powers and Handgun site, lot of good info there for your HP. I have a FNHP, great pistol. Bill
     
  3. tionico

    tionico
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    Spad, any links? I've got the same dilemma, except that my non-dovetailed front sight is missing.. broken off somehow. (the gun came dirt cheap, this is the only flaw, thought I'd take a chance and get it, repairing it.).
     
  4. Spad

    Spad
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    Try "highpowersandhandguns.com" plenty of links and info there. Bill Let us know how you do. Bill
     
  5. tionico

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    NOthing of use there that I coujld find. The domain is for sale, a bunch of unrelated adverts parked.
     
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  7. tionico

    tionico
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    OOOOOOOooooooohhhhhhh.. now WHY was my computer so stupid as to take me somewhere I did not want to go?

    I did wonder about "high" instead of "hi"..... its ALWAYS been "hi".

    thanks much. Just opened it, it looks interesting already. great landing page.
     
  8. Spad

    Spad
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    Plink, Thanks for the correction, sorry to have missled tionico. On my original post I put "Hi". I am not computer literate enough to post like you did. Glad he found the site, plenty of info. Bill
     

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