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Recently Received a Browning Hi-Power 9mm

Discussion in 'Handgun Discussion' started by yj93ben, Mar 1, 2012.

  1. yj93ben

    yj93ben Black Diamond, WA Member

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    New to the forum and handguns and looking for as much information as I can glean from the members about the Browning Hi-Power. What I know so far from the serial number is it's a 1969 Hi-power. It's manufactured and assembled in Belgium. From use, it's very accurate and very dependable. If anyone can turn me on to literature, such as owners manual for 69 and service and repair manuals and the likes or where I can obtain such. I'd sure appreciate it. Thanks, Ben

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  2. 45 for me

    45 for me Oregon Well-Known Member

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    You can check out the Hi-Power section of the FN Forum

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  3. hatchj

    hatchj Milwaukie, OR Member

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    You should be able to download the manual from brownings website and print it if you wanted.

    Hipowersandhandguns.com has some pretty neat information as well.
     
  4. yj93ben

    yj93ben Black Diamond, WA Member

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    Sold the HP, got a nice 1911 with the funds.
     
  5. mkwerx

    mkwerx Forest Grove, OR Well-Known Member

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    Hi Powers are great guns. The only draw back, is that most feature a mag disconnect. I hope you dig your new 1911 - both are classic JMB guns.
     
  6. davidnssbm

    davidnssbm Seattle Member

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    Oh man, that was quite the collectors item you sold!