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Discussion in 'The Browning Hi Power Club' started by Two Guns, Mar 9, 2008.
1986 Herstal MK-I
Gotta love those HP's!!!!! MKII with grips purchased off CDNN.
i wanna play
i don't know much about it, it was given to me by my uncle who got it from his EX step dad.(REAL long story)
i wanna say it's a bicentennial model but it dosn't say 1 of 200 on the side. there is no box or papers, just the gun and the bag it came in.
Updated pic w/ new Mil-Tac grips.
Removed the gold trigger and Adherns grips.
It now has a C&S wide trigger and spring kit.
The trigger pull is at 4-4.5 pounds.
It also wears very thin black linen grips from Brownels.
Nice HP Grecco,What lodge do you belong to?
Anyone else have a nazi high power?
Here is my other HP.
MK III with Spegel grips
Verry nice looking HP Bill.
My "oddest one" FN Competition
a stock MKII
a 1992 standard that was built by TacWorx in Birmingham
Stippled front & Back, Heinie rear (set really low)..MMC Tritium front. C&S trigger and sear, bobbed hammer, recrowned bbl, reliability pkg, Ambi safety removed..post recontoured.
since the photo it has been refinished in Ceramic Matte Black
The finished product:
some of the other HPs
Wow,very nice collection.
Here's my BHP MKIII. It cost me $1000 but the seller threw in a Kimber Custom Royal II for free.
one of my hi-powers in this pic
Nice Hi Powers gentlemen! If I can figure how to post pictures a few of mine.
Wow. There are some nice pistols here, and that is some collection there!
Here are two favorites of mine.