My browning hi power still wins!

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  1. Fishjeep

    Fishjeep
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    I carry a SA XD SC daily but this(BHP9mm) thing just shoots! This was My fathers Browning, I've had it a little over twenty years. I'm always amazed after shooting the newer poly pistols how nice these are. anybody else a fan of these Pistols?
     
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  2. Rix

    Rix
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    I have an older bhp that is still a fantastic shooter.
     
  3. jbett98

    jbett98
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    I have one that was made in 1968 and have never shot it. As new in the original pouch with papers.
    Just take it out every so often and look at it.
     
  4. ma96782

    ma96782
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    IMHO..........

    The BHP is a classic in 9mm.

    Just like a COLT M1911/M1911A1 is a classic in 45 ACP.

    JMB wasn't a fool.

    Aloha, Mark
     
  5. Steve06

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    The Browning Hi Power is one of the finest designed and executed pistol of all time.
     
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  8. estate10mm

    estate10mm
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    Nice!
     
  9. gunfreak

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    I kinda think the Hi Power is to the 9mm like the 1911 is to .45, they were made to shoot that round. That is why they are so great. In addition John Browning was a gun genius.
     
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