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    Impossible to beat a Hi Power. I love carrying one. The small safety is an easy replacement and fix.

    No offense, and please don't flame me but here's the truth...I've owned 2 BHP pistols and 5 name-brand 1911s. The HP's were FAR, FAR more reliable than the 1911s ever were. Plus, a HP is just easy to carry because it's thin.

    For someone seeking to carry a single action pistol for self defense, the HP is TOPS.


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    Oh how I miss my Hi Power. The Hi Power is a work of ART.
    Have Fun and Shoot Straight !!

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    The HP is the best SA semiauto design ever made. JMB's last firearms design finished by his understudy at FN Dieudonné Saive.

    My advice is to get a real HP and not a FEG, Arcus of Bulgaria or Fabricaciones Militares (FM) of Argentina copy, which while all are decent pistols are not a true HP.......get the real thing and you will be happy with it.

    Nothing feels better in the hand than a Hi Power........



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    Quote Originally Posted by jbourneidentity View Post
    Impossible to beat a Hi Power. I love carrying one. The small safety is an easy replacement and fix.

    No offense, and please don't flame me but here's the truth...I've owned 2 BHP pistols and 5 name-brand 1911s. The HP's were FAR, FAR more reliable than the 1911s ever were. Plus, a HP is just easy to carry because it's thin.

    For someone seeking to carry a single action pistol for self defense, the HP is TOPS.
    My experience as well.
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    I wanted a Browning HP, but after seeing several of the Mk III's I was disappointed in the workmanship. Then by chance I spotted a vintage HP at a gun show. The deeply blued finish was flawless and it had the original zippered carrying case. It appeared to be unfired or fired very little so I snatched it up. The serial number indicated that it was manufactured in 1969. I have to admit it's a safe queen.
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    I've got an FN Herstal Hi-Power that is quite a nice shooter; it feeds JHP just fine, and is quickly becoming one of my favorite 9mm's along with my P7's.

    Higher praise I cannot give.
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    The Hi Power is the best shooting gun i have from .22 to .45 its the sweetest of them all.
    Use wisely your power of choice

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