Adjustable sights for browning hi-power

Adjustable sights for browning hi-power

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    Adjustable sights for browning hi-power

    I need to drift the sight in my hi-power practical 9mm, it shoots way left since the say I bought it. Instead, while i'm at it, I want to replace the sights with some that are adjustable. I'm never buying fixed sights again. Adjustable sights on my kimber spoiled me.

    Anyone have any recommendations? It's a range gun, not a carry gun. No night sights needed.


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    Fusion has a adj. new set listed on Ebay for the HP.
    No need to machine your slide.

    http://cgi.ebay.com/Browning-HP-Seri...QQcmdZViewItem
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    Take a look at Bo-Mar sights.


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    Bo-mar is a name I associate with quality. Their site lists brownells and midway as distributors but I can't seem to find hi-power sights on either.

    Thanks for the replies. Keep them coming.

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    Bo-Mar sights for the M1911 will work on the BHP.


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    Bo-Mar sights are great. The installation cost might scare you off abit though.
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    Novak and Champion make adjustable sights that are capable of being carried.

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    darkvibe,

    Here's another possibility for you to consider.

    http://www.mmcsight.com/bhp.htm

    Sorry, I didn't think of this sooner.


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    Miniature Machine sights have been around forever. They have a proved track record for reliability. I've had them myself on a 1911.
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    I surely like my hi-power. It has been more reliable than my ex-wife. I need new sights like you.

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    Well, after a lot of reading and research I've changed my mind. I had hoped to change the sights myself (I have access to a sight pusher) but I keep seeing "milling required".

    I'm going to take it to my local gun shop and see what options I have through them. They are competent pistolsmiths but I swore to never go in there after the customer service I got last time.

    I'll have to suck it up and take a trip over there.

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