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    Hello, is there anybody.....

    out there?? I have a BDA .380 in nickle and walnut. I love this pistol. Im thinking about getting a Hi-Power in .40 for another CCW. Your comments please, good or bad.

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    Hi-Power's are excellent pistols, but their triggers are pretty hard and gritty unless you remove the magazine safety.

    I think the Browning HP is best in the original 9mm chambering.

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    The BDA is the same as a Beretta Cheetah, except the slide is closed, and it has a frame safety. Beretta actually made many, if not all of them for Browning. Nice gun.

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    Thanks for your replies. Yup I agree. I have both the 84FS and the BDA. I like both pistols but I favor the BDA a little more. BDA stands for Beretta Double Action. I have a 92FS which I love more then my mother so I don't want or need another 9. The 92 doesn't conceal that well for me. I have shot my brothers Hi-Power in 9 and really liked it, that is why I am thinking about a Hi-Power in .40. Also thinking about a S&W 686.

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