Browning Hi-Power 9mm: Hand-Gun Review

 

 

 

Uploaded on Nov 3, 2010

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  The Browning Hi-Power was John Browning’s last hand-gun design (initiated by Browning and completed after his death by Dieudonné Saive), but it’s value doesn’t just come from it’s collectibility. The classic good looks and innovative design are where it starts, but the outstanding track record of this firearm is what makes it really interesting. Police forces and armies around the world have, and do employ this firearm in all situations and conditions. It has been present in more wars and conflicts than I can name. Collectors recognize it’s worth – but more importantly, so do operators in the field. Chambered in 9mm, and carrying 13+1 rounds in it’s double-stacked magazine, the Hi-Power (aka P35, GAP, HP, Grande Puissance, etc.), made by FN Herstal of Belgium, is a world renowned classic with real American roots. “