Discussion in 'On Topic' started by kimitt, Mar 8, 2005.
just loaded the mag. not my final grip
Belgian Looks cherry
Very good guns, how did it shoot?
The first 200 thru were a little sticky, but after she loosened up some she is proving to be quite comfortable and a real pleasure to shoot. Nevermind to look at...
My guess is that the gun was never fired before I got it. It's really easy to clean as well and although I am not pleased with the white writing on the barrel, I am hoping it will wear off after a few more visits from Mr. Hoppes...
First female poster here? Welcome.
I have an older HP from the mid 80's. I really like it, I even bought the detective barrel & slide so I could use it for CCW.
Very accurate design.
That's a hot little number. Kellyclan, stop shooting the walls at the range.
The new staple gun has a funny torque to it, keeps twisting that way.
i have the identical model Hi-Power... MkIII Browning, Belgian made.
bought it 9 years ago. still have never shot it for one reason or another. had the mag safety removed and the hammer/sear polished. the trigger feels much better than it did stock... no creep, slight take up, crisp let-off, very little overtravel. feels like a Browning Buckmark, now. just put a set of smooth faced kingwood grips on it.
one of these days i'll take it out and shoot it. i just never shop for 9mm ammo, and i dont have the reloading dies for it, either.
stop making excuses for your poor left-handed shooting
sounds like a beautiful gun that needs to see a little action...
sure does... but i enjoy shooting my other guns more.
i think i'm just gonna sell it.
I am on a spending spree
sho nuff it is...
P7, there is no substitute.
Buy it and donate it to the Goat fund for Pistoless People
And here we took her again today for the next 150
god, i love this pistol.
So like, where can I find a chick that likes guns? They seem to be few and far between.
Sorry, I get dibs on their firstborn daughter, once she's 18.
i prefer to sell FTF.
it's not necessarily the detail, but the fact that its silhouette looked like a midget version of my P7M10.
P7's are hard to miss.
Here she is Footrat, your lady in combat. Note the healing black eye...
just like her mother,