Is the Browning Hi-Power a good pistol?

Is the Browning Hi-Power a good pistol?

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. It is easy to shoot, easy to maintain and… (it’s) a significantly refined firearm.”

Why are Sig Sauer so expensive?

Why is Sig Sauer so expensive? The materials used and the manufacturing processes employed to build a Sig P226 are more expensive than those of a Glock 17, so the Sig is more expensive. Sig Sauer has recently designed a modular polymer framed series of pistols with their new P320.

What’s better Sig Sauer or Glock?

The Glock’s polymer construction makes it the lighter choice. However, that means that when you are using a higher caliber, the SIG handles recoil better than the Glock does. If you are looking for a well-concealed carry weapon, or a lighter one, the Glock will edge out the SIG in this category.

When did the Browning Hi Power pistol come out?

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.

How much does a Browning Hi Power cost?

Recently Sold BROWNING HI POWER pistol PRICE: $1,979.00 MANUFACTURER: Browning CONDITION: New Old Stock MODEL: Hi-Power SOLD: 2 days ago UPC: LOCATION: Calhoun, KY 42327 SKU: CALIBER: 9mm Luger MANF. PART #:

What is the serial number of a Browning 9mm?

In 1975 Browning standardized its serial number identification which it followed until 1998. This would be a 9mm Hi Power pistol, manufactured in 1976 with the serial number 01001. In 1998 Browning redid the standardization of its serial number identifications to work with its new data base program, Oracle.

What kind of barrel does a Browning Hi Power have?

BROWNING HI-POWER ACCURIZED & MODIFIED BY JAMES HOAG. 9mm luger caliber, 5″ barrel, finished in matte black with Hoag grips. Completely accurized and customized by pistolsmith James Hoag and remains in as new condition.