GUNSMITH SPECIALS

FN Browning HP 9mm Surplus Gunsmith Special 245PR11541
FN Browning HP 9mm Surplus Gunsmith Special 245PR11541
  • Model: FN Browning Hi Power
  • Shipping Weight: 3lbs
  • Units in Stock: 1
  • Manufactured by: FN Browning

Price:   $425.00

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www.Mach1Arsenal.com These Poor to Fair Condition SURPLUS FN Browning High Powers were just imported into the United States by Mach 1 Arsenal. The pistols were a part of law enforcement/ corrections officer turn in program. REPAIRS MAY BE REQUIRED ON THIS PISTOL. These pistols were set aside for some type of issues with the gun. They are being ***Sold AS IS/No Refunds***. Below is a list of known issues with this pistol, More may exist, these are based off a function and safety check “Not fired”. This would make a great project or parts gun!!!



Known Issues (there may be other problems not fond) :
Import Marking Located Under The Pistols, Just Forward Of The Trigger Guard In Small Letters
1. Mixed Hi power parts
2. Electric Pen Markings on the slide
3. Replaced barrel
4. Nice Bore and functions fine
5.

Wikipedia Info… The Browning Hi-Power has undergone continuous refinement by FN since its introduction. The pistols were originally made in two models: an "Ordinary Model" with fixed sights and an "Adjustable Rear Sight Model" with a tangent-type rear sight and a slotted grip for attaching a wooden shoulder stock. The adjustable sights are still available on commercial versions of the Hi-Power, although the shoulder stock mounts were discontinued during World War II. In 1962, the design was modified to replace the internal extractor with an external extractor, improving reliability.
Standard Hi-Powers are based on a single-action design. Unlike modern double-action semi-automatic pistols, the Hi-Power's trigger is not connected to the hammer. If a double-action pistol is carried with the hammer down with a round in the chamber and a loaded magazine installed, the shooter may fire the pistol by simply pulling the trigger so long as the slide was previously cocked, or by pulling the hammer back and pulling the trigger. In contrast, a single-action pistol must be cocked manually before the first shot, by pulling the slide to the rear and releasing it. In common with the M1911, the Hi-Power is therefore typically carried with the hammer cocked and the safety catch on (a carry mode often called cocked and locked in the USA or "made ready" in the UK, or sometimes called condition one).


Barrel Length – 4.7”
  Overall Length – 7.8” inches 
Weight – 2.2lb 
Action – Short recoil Operated
  Caliber – 9x19mm Parabellum
Capacity – 13 rounds 
Sights – Most have fixed sights

As with any Surplus Firearm, Please have your firearm inspected by a gunsmith before firing the firearm.



Firearms must ship to FFL Dealer for pickup. Please know your state and local gun laws. Firearms will not be shipped to restricted states

NOT SOLD TO CA, MA, NY, (MD May Purchase without the magazine), HI, Cook County IL, Washington DC,

No Fees for credit Cards and you may pay through Gun Broker
Buyer pays fixed amount of $30 shipping TO LOWER 48 STATES. Additional Charges For Shipping to Hawaii and Alaska will be charged to cover the cost of shipping

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This product was added to our catalog on Wednesday 17 April, 2019.