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I think I posted this High Power several years back, my apology if it's a rerun to a few of you. I've owned this many years and judging by the wear on the gun it may have never been fired. Never saw a reason to shoot it either. The first photo has had a base with a magazine screwed to it photoshopped out so the magazine is a late model. I got this with a Holster and two excellent mags.
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I don't think it gets any better than that for a "b" suffix High Power.
Great photography too!!
 

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Gun like this could go crazy in auction... There are some collectors, this is the ONLY condition that they want, and they pay. A 99% sample could go 100% over a 98% sample. We saw that happens again and again.
 

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Always wanted to own a Hi-Power...never have...maybe someday...last of the guns by Browning...yes I know he didn't finish it, because he had passed on, but the original concept was his...

What a beauty...

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Can I borrow your time machine, please???????

Very fine!
 

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Browning High Power was one of the best handguns of WWII. I consider these 4 types being the best functionally:

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A SUPER High Power !!!!!
And they don't get much later in production than yours.
Love the "b" blocks with their brown bakelite grips.
 

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Can I borrow your time machine, please???????

Very fine!

I have collected long enough to come across some rare finds over the years. Way off topic but I collect helmets, swords, you name it. Came across an absolutely pristine late war M42 helmet. It is 100% authentic and in like new condition.
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