Carrying my Browning High Power

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    Carrying my Browning High Power

    In honor of Stephan A. Camp who passed away recently. It was my carry for quite a while and I put 200 rounds through it yesterday. I've been corresponding with Stephan for over 10 years and had finally convienced him to come to the MAG 40 class in S Vista next year.

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    Mr. Camp was a great loss to the handgunning community. He will be missed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Old School View Post
    Mr. Camp was a great loss to the handgunning community. He will be missed.
    I agree. RIP Mr. Camp

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    2nd day carrying the H P in a Don Hume IWB. I forgot just how comfortable this is to strong side carry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by threefeathers View Post
    2nd day carrying the H P in a Don Hume IWB. I forgot just how comfortable this is to strong side carry.
    Comfortable and I am sure comforting at the same time.

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    Very Much.

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    Always loved the P-35 every since Al Pacino introduced it to me as Det. Frank Serpico in the movie. Handling them always felt like it just melted into my medium sized hand. I think I'll make the effort to finally get one one day in the next year. I really enjoyed what Stephen Camp contributed to the firearm community. He will be missed by many gun enthusiasts.
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    Next B-Day or Christmas when my wife doesn't know what to get me I'm gonna start leaving BHP hints around the house,I carried one off duty back in the early 80's and even tho I have several handguns I never replaced the Browning.They must of needed him pretty bad up there to take him so early,RIP
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    I think we are all on the same sheet of music in this case.

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    Here's a link to Mr. Camp's website. I've spent quite a bit of time there reading his articles. He will be missed.

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    Stephan A. Camp was not only a renowned expert/authority on the HP but a fine man. Rest in peace Sir. I bet Stephan and JMB are having some wonderful conversations just about now!
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