That would be good, I still have ten of my own, all nicely polished on the front to ease up on the disconnect shoe.Can you use your old Hi-Power magazines?
You won't start any kind of a fight with me, Sir. Legally buying any kind of cartridge-firing handgun like that is not possible here on Mainland UK. In any case $3000 is around $2500 over-budget for me.I Just saw a YouTube video of the Longthorne Hi-Power.
Not impressed; quite the opposite.
Not wanting to start a fight....
It was I who posted this video here about two weeks syne. The top-grade engraving on this pistol, carried out by Elaine, daughter of James Longthorne Stewart, would add around $5000 to the basic $3000.Good re: not-fightin'
It is this vid:The guy just irks me. I see him as not knowing what he doesn't know. He just seems arrogant but ignorant about actually handling/shooting a Hi-Power.
The triggger finger discipline just makes me think of the posAlecBaldwin.
Watch videos of Non or Anti gun people handling pistols.....eventually you will realize what they ALL do.
I do like the look of the engraving! I'd love to have one, and I too would pay $500 for one of theirs!
Being in the same shoes, about half of your budget got me a decent Arcus clone in '99.You won't start any kind of a fight with me, Sir. Legally buying any kind of cartridge-firing handgun like that is not possible here on Mainland UK. In any case $3000 is around $2500 over-budget for me.
Springfield already did. +1. Now, if they want to mess with the engineering, why not a grip activated Swartz safety? Would be absolutely safe in condition one. And would pass any drop test.I bet they're all going to be that way. Hopefully most of them will ditch that damn mag safety for more capacity.