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      Bda380

      Quote Originally Posted by BerettaMan View Post
      a BDA .380 in nickle and walnut?
      I don't have it in nickel & walnut, but I have an older 380 that looks and shoots like a dream. I believe it is the best shooting gun that I have and
      a very handsome gun, I might add.
      Made in 1984 and in excellent condition. I want to get some better grips fot it as it has rubber type grips on it now.
      L8R
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      Just got her today for a match shoot my wife is doing next month. Its the Buck Mark Pro Target 5 1/2'' Camper Contour




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      Thumbs up Tink's a Browning Fan

      Hi everyone,

      Tink here.

      I'm a Browning fan, for sure.

      "Have" a Buck Mark, and a few others (CZ 75 B, S&W 1911Sc, Colt .357 Trooper)


      "Waiting" for a 1983 Bowning Hi-Power 9mm.
      I live in CA and have to wait, and wait, and wait for the state to do it's thing before I can pick up my used Browning Hi-Power

      I'll post some pics of my BHP as soon as I get it.

      TINK

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      Very nice Tink, welcome to the forum.

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      I just souped up my Buckmark URX with a 7.5" Trail-Lite barrel from Tactical Solutions and Holographic Red Dot Scope. I dialed the scope in at 20 yards and was shooting 2" groups off hand at that distance. At 50 yards I was able to shoot a 5" group. I'm really happy with these upgrades.


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      My new Browning Buckmark SS Camper


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      Outstanding.

      Great pics guys. and we all agree a really superb gun. i've got a few handguns of various makes, models and actions kicking around. I love them all! But for pure sport, home protection, and CCW, i don't think you could one up the BHP. Just my opinion...

      (But i'll admit i keep a Crimson Trace Equipped Glock 22 (40) 'close to my head' when in bed.)

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      A pair of customized Hi-Powers

      I enjoy doing work on my own pistols and these both reflect my tweaking save the bluing jobs that just replaced my over decade old well worn Gun Kote finishes I originally applied.

      FN Browning Hi-Power Mark III "project gun" built up on a 1990 forged frame and "parts bin" slide (marked Made in Belgium, Assembled in Portugal) I hand picked from Jack First Inc. [Description of mods: Slide hand fitted to frame; Craig Spegel Dark Cocobolo presentation grips; Cylinder & Slide spring kit, trigger, CS092 Type II Commander hammer; Novak Low Mount fixed sight; Olympic Arms Match barrel; Shock-Tec Recoil Spring Guide; Slide top, back, frontstrap, backstrap all hand stippled; beveled magazine well; Hogue hex grip screws; Brownell's clear matte lacquer on frame; slide reblued 5-2009.]




      FM M90 Hi-Power Detective. [Description of mods: Cylinder & Slide spring kit, trigger and safety; Craig Spegel Madagascar Rosewood presentation grips; Hogue hex grip screws; Frontstrap, Backstrap hand stippled; beveled magazine well; entire gun reblued 1995.]


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      Browning Buckmark 5.5 Pro Target.


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      Quote Originally Posted by Stephen A. Camp View Post
      Hello.


      This is a 9mm Mk III with probably the first set of Mr. Hakan Pek's Hi Power grips to reach this country. The hammer spur has been bobbed and the right-side thumb safety lever removed and the shaft rounded. The gun's been refinished as well.


      I bought this Hi Power new in '72. It has been customized by gunsmith, Lou Williamson.


      Another lightly-altered 9mm Mk III...


      This is my old "duty Hi Power". It's a Mk III with a Type I C&S ring hammer and sear, Spegal blk checkered delrin grips and Novak fixed sights. I had the gun refinished after I retired.


      This is an FN Competition Model with Spegel grips.


      another Mk III 9mm set up similarly to the "duty gun."


      This was my first Hi Power. It is a '71 commercial model, also customized by Lou Williamson decades ago.

      Best.
      Very, very nice.

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      A nice Browning Challenger made in Belgium.


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      Hi Power


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      I bought a Browning BDM today.

      It's so new to me I haven't even cleaned it yet.



      I will, but I'd like to ask a couple of questions about the BDM if I can.

      Can I buy fiber optic (like HiViz) sights for the BDM? If so where?

      Where can I buy a plastic Browning gun box / case like in the previous posts?

      I don't believe that my BDM came in the new plastic boxes / cases that was have today.

      Any after market grips available for the BDM.

      I'm going to try to shoot it tomorrow and see how she handles.



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      New-to-Me 1990 HiPower

      Just added to my stash. Love the feel and fit of a good vintage HiPower.


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      Love the Mark.III (above) so much I also picked up a Mark.II.



      That makes three (3) HP's in the stable.

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      My new Buck Mark Camper SS URX


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      Aloha, Mark

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