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Browning Pistols

Inglis HiPower Browning FN1910 M1910 M1910 TwoTone Browning FN1910 Browning Military M1935 Military

225 GBP  /  $280 USD  /  265 Euros SOLD


Browning Hi-Power Commercial Vigilante 9mm

Metal Finish Look


Marushin:  Browning Hi-Power 9mm Metal Finish Look

In very good condition,  unfired condition. Includes: original box/instructions,  13x New/Unfired Marushin 9mm blowback cartridges, 13rd metal double stack magazine.

Optional USA gun carry case. :  26.95 GBP : 

     Functions, Fires, Field strips Exactly like the real thing.
     Caliber:    9mm parabellum Blowback cartridges - reusable
     Weight approx: 615g Loaded

      Magazine Capacity: 13

     Power:  7mm PFC cap Blowback.  

     Open Barrel

     Materials:  heavyweight shock resistant  abs and  zinc alloy parts
     Firing Mode:  Semiautomatic
     Manual Safety lever (left side of rear frame)

Any questions please email:   sales@mg-props.co.uk   We ship internationally.  Please ask for a shipping quote

PFC Primer caps:   9.50 per box  (1 box = 100 PFC caps)  These are what makes the bang and smoke

Spare cartridges:    2.45 / 1.95 each

Eight real look / size 9mm Dummy Bullets:     28.85 / 21.95

  Look like real bullets with 9mm markings (great for display)

Ammo Box:  9mm :    10.85 / 8.45 Plastic container for  (real looks or blowback) Keep your ammo neatly stored :  Holds 50rds  

Nylon Black Holster:   23.10 / 16.95    

Black Shoulder Holster:  29.45 /  22.95   Type 1      Type 2

Tactical Leg Holster (right leg) with magazine holder:  29.45 /  22.95

Lockable Aluminium Storage / Carry Case:   29.45 /  22.95

     Great for storing or safe transport. Foam lined and lockable.

Brief info on the Browning Hi-Power

Initially, the "High Power" pistol was designed by John M. Browning in 1925 and was patented in the USA in 1927.  Soon after the death of the Browning the design was acquired by Belgian state-owned company FN Herstal, and improved by FN designer Dieudonne Saive. The resulting pistol was shelved until 1935, when Belgian army was ready to adopt new sidearm. The HP was offered for trials and won, and was adopted as a Model 1935 pistol. Soon after that it was also adopted by Belgian police and by many foreign countries, including British Commonwealth ones (UK, Canada, Australia etc.). The High Power is the only sidearm that served for both sides in WW2 - Germany used many HPs manufactured in occupied Belgium, while Allies used HPs manufactured mostly in Canada by company Inglis. The HP continues its service well into XXI century with Belgium Army and Police, British army and many other military and Law Enforcement agencies, being second longest living service pistols after the another famous Brownings' design, the Colt 1911.

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