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    Browning Hi Power...

    Went for a haircut last week and took a look in at one of my honey hole shops near by. Landed this nice Browning Hi Power from 1969. It is "C" series first year after the "T" series with the same features. I am told the ring hammer is a feature that brings a little more money at time of sale. It came with three Browning magazines and a Galco pancake holster...
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    I have been trying to get my brothers Hi Power in 40 S&W for years.
    Did yours come with factory box?
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    No Sir. No box, docs or Browning gun rug.
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    Nice, the C & T series (virtually identical) are supposedly the best of the best.
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    SWEET!!!
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    Good one.

    That was an era when Browning was still making great pistols. I had one of the early Challenger .22s and it was absolutely the best.
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    That is one sweet Browning. You scored a very good one there. Congrats. Browning HP is still my favorite gun of all time. i have two and are the absolute best shooters I own. Super accurate and totally reliable.

    Nice Score!!!
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    Congrats as it does payoff to peruse around and check things out. Never know what will jump out.
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    Nice find sir. Good on ya !

    The worst gun deal I ever made was selling my T-Series.

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    That is a fine looking HP!
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