Is the Browning Hi-Power Good?
Pretty solid performance for a pistol design that’s around 8 decades old. The Real Guns testers concluded that, “The Browning Hi-Power is the perfect pistol for anyone who likes the 1911 form, but wants a 9mm with greater magazine capacity, but not appreciably larger bulk.
How much does a Browning Hi-Power Cost?
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Is a Browning Hi-Power A 1911?
The Hi-Power retains a lot of 1911 DNA, with a hammer-fired single-action operation (actually Saive’s idea; Browning started with a striker-fired design) and a frame-mounted manual safety that only engages when the hammer is cocked. Thus, it’s best carried cocked and locked. There is also a magazine disconnect safety.
What’s the difference between the Hi Power and the M1911?
Although these two guns are eerily similar, there are several key differences that set them apart. The main difference is that the M1911 was designed to fire .45 ACP while the Hi-Power was built to chamber 9mm and then adapted for .40 S&W.
Is the Browning Hi Power Mark III a good gun?
The Hi-Power Mark III comes with slightly larger sights compared to previous models. They do allow a fairly quick sight picture acquisition, but nothing out of ordinary. It would be fair to say they do their job adequately.
When did the Hi Power Mark III come out?
The Hi Power Mark III is an update of the previous Mark II model that came out in 1988. For several years it has been going through a fine tuning process with features added and removed. The model III I reviewed had the following:
How much does a 9mm Browning Hi Power cost?
9mm Luger Hi-Power FN Browning hi power absolutely mint pistol PRICE: $1,725.00 MANUFACTURER: Browning