Belgium made FN Hi Power with the SFS (safe fast shooting) system. The SFS system allows the pistol to be carried cocked, with hammer forward, which engages the safety and enables hammer-down carry. Thumbing the safety down will make the hammer snap back to the cocked, ready to fire position. A local gunsmith evaluated the pistol and stated it is a strong, no haggle 95%, NRA grading Excellent. Comes with five, 13 round magazines: 3 Browning and 2 FN and two sets of grips. The most obvious finish flaw is at the right hand corner at the bottom of the grip. There are small, surface finish scratches (not through the bluing) near the ejection port and slight corner muzzle wear from holstering. The pictures accurately depict the flaws. I have put 170 rounds through this pistol. Original owner (purchased new) stated only fired 51 rounds. I put one box of 147 FMJ FP and 120 rounds of 115 ball. This pistol shoots very well with the lighter bullet weight though definitely minute of bad guy with the 147's. Trigger pull is like many Hi Powers heavy. Magazine disconnect still intact. $525 firm.