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Old 06-11-2007, 10:09 AM   #1
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I just picked up a Browning High Power Mk II. Maybe I should call it a Mk II.5 as it was made in 1988, assembled in Portugal and has the firing pin block. I don
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Firing pin block will make the trigger break a little farther back, unless you have shot both types or are a 1911 shooter you'll never notice the firing pin block. Dont know what to tell you about the lanyard looks like a drill and tap or drill and stake operation.
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Take it to a good gunsmith. He should be able to get it in for you.



It's not rocket science, but simply getting the correct diameter of hole in the grip-frame and pressing and/or staking the item in place.





You have a Mark II. Lots of them imported into this country prior to 1989 have the passive firing pin safety. (I have two such.)











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