I get on strange tangents now and again on guns. Got the fever for a Browning Hi Power. I read through Mr. Camp's (RIP) website but my attention span is short so I turn to GT. I'm aware of the Mk II update with the "straight" feed ramp vs the earlier "hump" that may cause feed issues. Obviously I know what I'd get with a new Mk III version, but I would really prefer a older pure Belgian gun. It can be a bit intimidating looking for an older gun when you don't know a whole lot about what you are seeing (I know, do my homework). I've seen some for sale locally all in the $700-$800 range that appear to be '70s-'80s vintage. So to the BHP experts- are there a handful of things that a potential buyer ABSOLUTELY MUST know about the BHP before purchase to avoid getting taken for a fool? Thanks for any advice PS- I'm a shooter, not a collector so anything I get will most certainly be shot- a lot. Posted using Outdoor Hub Campfire Wanna kill these ads? We can help!