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I have for sale a FN Browning Hi Power. The gun was made in Argentina through FN BROWNING. This pistol was imported by ARMSCORP, Silver Springs, MD. I will also include 5 hi cap magazines and a Uncle Mike's soft pistol case. Please email me at [email protected] or call 307-299-0104 if interested. I have pictures available for those that would like to see them. Thanks
 

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I havent really decided on a price yet. I'm considering offers and possible trades. Thanks
 

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Well Bill to be honest I dont really know what kind of money they usually bring. And to add to it, this is the only Argentina made Hi Power I have seen. I know how much I have in it, so I just thought I would see what kind of offers I recieve and go from there...

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Calvin, thats a smoking deal. I was checking Gun Broker and the cheapest one on their in .40SW is going for $550 used. The new ones are going for $675.00-$695.00. Where did you get yours? I should give them a call and order one for that price.
 

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The FN Hi Power 9mm seem to be selling on Gun Broker for around $600 used. But like you said, the Belgium made Hi Powers are worth more than mine, but I dont know how much more.
 

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I just got it at a gunshow in Mesquite TX back in January...have photo at home I can send you..this has a special quick sefety feature too...from full cock you push the hammer forward to like a lowered half cock..and the only way you can get back to full cocked position is to push the safety/slide lock lever down ...very easy..very safe and very cool!!...the 40 shoots great but what little of it I shot shows my original Browning tactical 9mm HiP to be the more accurate of the two...but both are easily in the very accurate revolver territory...I do love them HP's and now that I have my CCP the 9 is always with me
 

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They make great carry guns. This one shoots very well from 7m-10m. Havent ever shot it from a rest at 25m. Jack Daniel, do you have anything to trade? If not, make me an offer if your interested.
 

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MIA- I picked up on where he was going with that. I just thought I would bite for fun. I think its great how someone can make a thread on here, and everyone feels the need to come through and try to tear it down.
 

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I'm not mad at anyone. But if its tuff for someone to read a thread without having to post something off topic, they should just start their own thread of worthless posts.
 

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If it's a worthless post than why waste your time reading through them? I didnt know what kind of money they usually bring, so I didnt know what to ask. I dont have a whole lot of money in this gun, so if someone made me a decent offer I would work with them.
 

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JRD: I have older Belgian HiPowers, as well as Argentine FN HiPowers. In my opinion, the FN is a fine gun. Not as highly polished, but that's to be expected for less money. Triggers & quality & accuracy are good. I consider them the functional equal of the Belgian guns, and a real bargain. I'm not a tire-kicker, so if I wanted another, I wouldn't care you hadn't posted a price. Phil E
 

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Phil, thank you for being more understanding than some... What do you think is a fair price for these Argentina Hi Powers?
 

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John, I wouldn't be in too big a hurry. The pistol he describes imported By ARMSCORP is an argentine copy of the FN Hi power. It's not a real FN Hi-Power.





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fwiw, I did see a georgeous one with 5 spare mags sell for $600.00 on the 1911.org forum recently. John
 
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