Browning Hi Power

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  1. donovan

    donovan
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    Looking to sell/trade my LNIB Belgium Browning Hi Power, it has less than 200 rounds fired through it, has night sights comes with 5 17rnd mags 2 13 rnd mags and 3 30rnd mags, and original box with all paperwork inside. looking for $750 or trade into a Kahr PM45, willing to listen to other offer though. I generally am willing to meet "halfway" depending on where you are coming from.

    factory original grips, factory night sights, black epoxy finish and first part of serial is 245NM which means the gun was "born" in 1990, made in belgium and assmbled in portugal.

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  2. ekimnelo

    ekimnelo
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    Whose night sites and whose grips. Year Born would also be nice.
    The 17 rounders - are they KRD ?
     
  3. Just Jim

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    Is that the model with the painted on black enamal finish?

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  4. ekimnelo

    ekimnelo
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    Ok - just to reduce more questions from other interested parties.

    What kind of finish and whose grips ?
    Really important Here - state the first set of numbers - followed by ONLY the next 2 ALPHA Letters and that will tell any BHP Owner the year born.
    You are not giving anyone the serial # by doing this guaranteed.

    Its a way that any BHP owner knows what kind of sights and where manufactured and assembled as to its value to a buyer.

    If you don't feel comfortable in posting this please email me as I can't offer you anything until I know the above.

    Regards
     
  5. Always Smooth

    Always Smooth
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    sites?? maybe sights...
     
  6. Always Smooth

    Always Smooth
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    try enamel maybe
     
  7. djm68

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    pm sent
     
  8. FAL

    FAL
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    I did some image enhancement in an attempt to read the serial number. Insufficient resolution but I did see the "Assembled in Portugal" bit...
     
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