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Unfired w/papers.
No box.
Went through the new 2 volume set on the Brownings but couldn’t find any info.
Anyone know more about these or where I overlooked the information in the books?
The only thing I know for sure is that this is one of the earlier ones prior to being assembled in Portugal.
Thanx,
Tim
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I think the FN books are more about the history of FN's production worldwide. Their sales to North America through the Browning Co. are just a small part of their overall poduction. I don't think anyone has yet written a comprehensive history of the Browning Arms Company in America. You might try posting over on Gunboards to reach a wider audience of collectors interested commercial High Powers.
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I think the FN books are more about the history of FN's production worldwide. Their sales to North America through the Browning Co. are just a small part of their overall poduction. I don't think anyone has yet written a comprehensive history of the Browning Arms Company in America. You might try posting over on Gunboards to reach a wider audience of collectors interested commercial High Powers.
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Yeah, just found out these aren’t covered in the book.
But I found do out what I needed to know.
Thanx,
Tim
 

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Yeah, just found out these aren’t covered in the book.
But I found do out what I needed to know.
Thanx,
Tim
This is a BAC Hi Power and not FN High Power, that is why they are not covered in the book. The BAC pistols may one day become a volume on its own. BAC also had odd finish combinations, never offered by FN in the rest of the world.
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Anthony
 
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