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Hello & Welcome:

Since this section is Dedicated to The FN-Browning High Power & it's exact copies/clones, I'll have to move your thread to Semi-Autos.

Thanks & Welcome Aboard Again.
 
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Sorry Bob, thought this was considered a Hi-Power. Here is a pic, Should have wiped it down some :- I called FN they were not much help with info.[
 

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Wow. Didn't know they made such a thing. Is it currently available?

And Welcome!


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Pat
 

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They did make them. Currently out of production.

They are nice guns based upon the double action design of the late '80s to early '90s. I'm a little fuzzy on the time frame and it's too late to bother looking it up.
 

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OK, Thanks a lot.

I'll keep a lookout at shows; sounds like the sort of thing that might be underpriced on some tables.


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Pat
 

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It's a regular carry piece for me and is currently residing in a Galco tuckable (same holster fits my Kahr) as I write this. I purchased it from CDNN probably four or five years ago. I think I paid $279 for it NIB. Mags are still currently available for it from CDNN at $10/ea. It's a nice gun. On the slide it is marked "FN HERSTAL MADE IN BELGIUM" and beneath that on the frame it is marked "IMPORTED BY FNMI COLUMBIA. SC. USA" The DA trigger is a little long with some takeup but in SA it's fairly crisp. The trigger (I think) and ambidextrous decocking lever are both made of some sort of plastic which I always found unusual however it has never given me any problems. The gun is not +P rated. Overall, it is a reliable shooter and has never had a FTE or FTF and I am very happy with it.
 
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