Can anyone help me out with Browning problem

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      Can anyone help me out with Browning problem

      I just received a older model Browning Hi-Power from The Netherlands (it's an old military gun, before the Glock 17) but anyway I would like to refinish it myself with a blueing kit and change some things on it like extended safety and slide release,grip, you know the pretty much normal stuff. The problem is that I have only 1 magazine and it keeps opening up so when i'm shooting more bullets want to go in the chamber and the gun gets stuck. I always try to bend the magazine opening back but after a couple of shots same problem. I talked to the 2 gun dealers that we have here on the Island and 1 of them can't get a new magazine because he only deals Glock handguns and the other 1 is telling me that he has them but he has to look for them, in the mean time i'm still waiting (6 weeks). Can't I in any way fix the magazine? and where is the best place to get Browning parts online because I really have problems getting the parts I want.
      I will be visiting Miami Florida in Oktober again with my wife and kids so maybe I could order some thing and bring them down with me.

      Hope someone can help me

      All the help is appriciated.

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      I don't understand your problem but you might want to go to this site and post your question. Mr.Camp who runs it is the most knowledgeable man I know of when it comes to the High Power Pistol. Bunch of good folks there. Good luck.
      http://www.hipowersandhandguns.com/index.html

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      Baldy, I'll check out the site you told me when I get home.

      For the problem, it's just that the magazine opens up and the bullets don't stay in the mag like they supose too.

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      Midway has the Hi Power magazines listed. They also sell parts. I don't know about your import laws, you'll have to check on those.
      Click here: http://www.midwayusa.com/ebrowse.exe...1341***9019*** Good luck.

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