Browning Hi-Power


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The 9mm Hi-Power pistol was introduced to the U.S. market in 1954.

Browning Hi-Power

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The 9mm Hi-Power pistol was introduced to the U.S. market in 1954. Serial numbers from 1954 through 1957 are estimates only. From 1958 on, better records were kept and the serial numbers are more accurate. The 40 S&W caliber was introduced in 1994This pistol is still in production today.

Additional Information

Gun Type Semi-Automatic Pistol
Action Double Action
Manufacturer Browning
Mfgr Website
Finish Blue
Capacity 10+1
Caliber 9mm

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  1. Tack driver Review by Joshua All my reviews  (8)

    Long time was the Browning Hi-power known as the gun that “fixed” everything that was wrong with the 1911. Well I can’t say that cause I love both guns but I can tell you this is one accurate little sucker. Although its heavy being all steel and the mag capacity is nothing to write home about, don’t overlook this firearm. Although when you find them they tend to be pricy I recommend shooting one, you will be driving tacks in no time as long as you do your part. The only real drawbacks is the weight, low mag capacity by today’s standards, and it’s an absolute pain to take apart because its such a tight gun. But it’s well worth it. (Posted on 5/17/11)

    Pros: Shoots everything I feed, Accurate, High capacity, Simple Design, Easy to shoot well, Nice Recoil, Ergonomical, Fits very nicely in my hand, Reliable, Easy to Use
    Cons: Expensive, Hard to clean

    Would you recommend this product to a friend? Definitely yes

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