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Old 07-23-2012, 01:51 AM   #21
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FN Belgian .40 cal - great shooter!
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there we go there's my Hi Power

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They are great pistols .. I mean great

I currently only own their brother

My Browning BDM

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Okay, last post was almost a month back...
This thread cannot die!!

I do not have a Hi-Power yet, but went to my fav LGS on Saturday and handled a couple. The fund for one has already begun. This will be my next pistol.
I would be very interested in a Hi-Power sub-forum!!!
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FN Belgian .40 cal - great shooter!
Where did you get your grips? They look awesome!
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I bought a Belgium made Hi-Power 20 years ago from a guy who's wife wouldn't let him keep it once they had a baby in the house. Now it is my baby - had a match grade Bar-Sto barrel installed and now it is a tack driver (in the right hands).
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I can tell you once you have a HI Power you'll never want to get rid of it
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I had a new Browning HI-Power in 9mm years ago. They are a fine and beautiful pistol no doubt! And I have seen some great pics here of those who have one. Thanks for the pics! I always enjoy them. But I never got attached to mine. I think the main reason was the feel and me being accustomed to the 1911 pistol. And certainly the 45 ACP. I honestly must admit, I have never really have been a 9mm fan. With all the great ammunition available today it is only a personal preference at this point and good for smaller CCWs. In the past with the older ammunition it was a result of performance issues I was have been aware of. Carried a 9mm on the street for years but still not impressed. As far as the Browning High it was just never my preference although, I respect and admire a high quality firearm which no doubt it is! Wish they could have made it in 40 or 45 later.

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Sweet shooter, loves WPA ammo.
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