Hungarian Hi-Power (clone) parts question

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    Hungarian Hi-Power (clone) parts question

    I didn't want to hi-jack the other Browning Hi-Power thread, so I'll start a new one.

    My mechanic wants me to work on his pistol. Basically a clean and maintenance job, which is not a problem at all. However, it is a Hungarian Arms Works Model P-9. It is identical to a Browning Hi-Power with the exception that it has a slide mounted safety/decocker versus the conventional frame mounted safety.

    My question, are the Browning Hi-Power springs (all of them) and the firing pin compatible with his Hungarian "Hi-Power" clone? The reason about the firing pin is that I noticed that he likes to dry fire that pistol. I fear because of its age that the firing pin might have a crack in it so I figured I might as well make sure I can have one readily available when switching out the springs.

    Any advice or suggestions will be greatly appreciated. May y'all have a great day!!

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    I don't think that is a HiPower clone. They made a DA/SA pistol and it had the safety on the slide.
    Glock 19/FEG/FM HiPowers/Keltec P32 for me. When I can't use my 870,N98 or Marlin .30-30 of course...

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    I think the only Hungarian actual clone is the "FEG" - which should take all std Browning parts. Mine served well to fill in until I got my BHP Practical.

    Yours sounds more of a ''based-on'' BHP. Hard to know whether main parts will be pure clone or not.


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