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      Quote Originally Posted by jwkimber45 View Post
      DO IT!!! You'll chuck those P99s right now!!! LOL!!!
      Sorry - That will never happen.

      Only ever had 3 guns "grab" me before.... Out of all I've ever shot. P99, Glock 34 and the 1911...

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      Just razzin' ya. I can't talk much, never fired a P99......

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      No problem... MAybe I'll try a Hi Power 1 day - I almost bought one a few times over the years - but for a SA only gun, I've always favored the 1911 - w/ the trigger design that goes straight back. Always ended up talking myself out of the hi power in the end...

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      You're right there. If your going to carry a SA it may as well be a .45 to boot!!! Plus the 1911 is easier to conceal IMHO.

      For a plinking gun though the HP is hard to beat. Heck I've even taken a few squirrels and 'other' critters with one.

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      Browning BDM

      This is my Browning BDM. I call the BDM the unsung Browning. Mine is the second most accurate 9mm I have owned; the first was the full sized Walther P88 that I sold. Regards, Richard


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      Cool John M. Browning - We need more like him.....

      Probably the most prolific gun designer ever, when you add the long guns in.
      The nines shown in this thread are beautiful. Now you guys have me thinking I need another gun....my ol' lady's gonna kill me......

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      I almost bought a BDM when they were being discontinued. I passed, because I figured parts might be an issue. Now, I wish I would have bought it...

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      I have a BDA .380 in nickle and walnut. I love this pistol. Never ever have had any problems with it. It's my CCW in the colder months. Very accurate right out of the box. When I get some extra (lol) cash I would like a Hi-Power in .40

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      I wonder how a handgunner can get by without at least one BHP?

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      Here's my buckmark Pro Target. With a truglo red dot on top. It'll put ten shots in the Xring @ 25 yds. For all you guys not in the know, That is the size of the ten ring on the October target.

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      That is good shooting, Benzbuilder. How does the Buckmark compare with your HS Victor?

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      I never had the pleasure to shoot a BHP, but I sure would like to. Mr.Camp has a great web page on them and many other makes. You guys should go over as theres some good reading there. Some really great guns on these pages. Man I drooled all over the place. Good luck y'all.

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      Quote Originally Posted by hberttmank View Post
      That is good shooting, Benzbuilder. How does the Buckmark compare with your HS Victor?
      The HS Victor Puts them Closer together (cover them with a quarter). The Browning has 3 or 4 out of the quarter. It is still better than I can shoot with one hand. I just prefer the HS. Better trigger, balance. Only thing, the HS likes the expensive ammo, CCI Green Tag. Here's a pic.
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      The HiPower fits in my hand very well and has a nice balance to it. The cheap 9mm ammo is nice too

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      Here's a couple of mine...

      My stock FN .40 S&W HP, a bargain from CDNN for $399


      My 3 Hp's together FN .40, Silver Chrome 9mm MKIII, and a Matte 9mm MKIII


      I plan on sending the .40 out to Novak's for a C&S Combat Trigger, Safety and trigger job. I have some Black Micarta and Rosewood grips I need to put these as too.

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      FN

      Nice foto's shipreck

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      9mm handguns have never been my thing, but when I shot my first Hi Power, my opinion changed somewhat. When I bought my first Hi Power I immediately took it to the range....I was hooked and I really like the BHP platform. To say the least my opinion has changed about the caliber and weapons they are in.

      A gently used Mark 3 that I picked up earlier this week.


      A 77C that was my first Hi Power, and the one I am making some changes to. I hvve stippled the front & rear grip straps, changed out the thumb safety, trigger, sear, hammer & hammer spring with Cylinder & Slide parts. The rear sight is a Knowlin drop in that is similar to those that used to be made by McCormick. Shoots great and with the new wood grips and stippling feels great in my hand. It will be heading off for refinishing soon.


      I recently picked up another BHP in satin chrome......what a beautiful combination of chrome and blue.....and a great shooter as well.

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      The most accurate Browning I own... In fact the only Browning I own.


      Jeff

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      shipwreck,

      If you are ever down in my part of Texas or I end up in yours, I will gladly let you fire mine as much as you want. I'll bring plenty of ammunition.

      yex45acp

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