WTS OR Browning Hi Power

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  1. gst264

    gst264
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    SOLD.
    1993 BHP with target sights. Includes box, papers, 2 factory mags, and an extra set of standard BHP sights. Blued finish in 97%+ condition. Only issues are 2 small rings on trigger where a trigger shoe was attached, a small "scratch" by the slide release and a mark by the safety. Neither of the last 2 go through the finish.
    Gun is an excellant shooter, 2nd owner. Please ask questions if I left out something. Can text more pics. Will ship to FFL. No trades at this time. Thanks for looking. $725.
     
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  2. Just Jim

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    Somebody had a trigger shoe on it to leave that scratch on. Glwts.
     
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  3. Blackcobra

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    I've got one on my favorite Hi Power, too. Must have been the thing to do at one time.

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  4. fireninja13

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    Nice looking Hi-Power! Don't suppose you're interested in selling or trading for those slim grips?
     
  5. gst264

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    Grips stay with the gun, I like 'em too!
     
  6. coop44

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    I have a nice blue trigger if those marks bother the buyer, it was a take off from a gun I installed a cylinder and slide trigger on
     
  7. fireninja13

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    don't blame you :)

    Do you know who made them?
     
  8. gst264

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    I'll check
    Sorry, no name on the grips.
     
  9. AndyH

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    If the are rubber they are uncle mikes
    If they are a hard plastic type material they are most likely Navidrex grips
     
  10. gst264

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    Thanks Andy, they're hard plastic.
     
  11. Blackcobra

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    Brownell's sells some thin combat grips that look very similar.
     
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