HG5372 From its career with the Israeli civilian Police, the Mishteret Y’Israel, comes this FN Belgian Made Hi-Power, model of 1935, also known as the P-35. This is the classic configuration of the Belgian made Hi-Power, bright blue, walnut grips, and round Commander hammer. Caliber is THE 9mm, 9mm Luger, 9x19, 9mm Parabellum, call it what you will. Construction is entirely steel, 118 mm or 4 5/8 inch barrel, right-hand-twist 6 groove; magazine safety and firing pin safety; weight empty 32 oz / 900 g; fixed sights; single action only with lever safety; .265 smooth face combat trigger and matching Commander style hammer. Serial number is EO57xx, probably manufactured in 1952 or 1953. Most likely, this pistol was on guard during all three major wars in 1956, 1967, and 1973. This specimen has strength to its blue finish, with a very nice brown patina showing. Slide is marked Fabrique Nationale de Armes de Guerre / Herstal Belgique / Browning’s Patent Depose, with PW Arms import marking beneath on the left side of the frame as required by US Law. Finish shows a substantial amount of small etchy weathering marks, mostly on the forward edges of its slide. Grips are traditional black composite checkered, very good condition. Hammer and ejector port area of the barrel show brown toning. We rate this Belgian-Israeli Hi-Power as Good, perhaps even Very Good, finishwise, but photos ought to suffice so that our distinguished shoppers can judge finish grade for themselves. It is well maintained and excellent mechanically; bore, chamber, and mechanism are all bright, clean, and excellent. Most likely this pistol will require throating before it will feel sharp-nosed hollowpoint ammo; that was the case with all Hi-Powers before the mid 1980s. Magazine is military issue. We are including a new Mec-Gar 10 round magazine; for civilian buyers in jurisdictions where 13 round magazines are restricted, we will sub a total of 2 Mec-Gars, or for anyone else who prefers them, for that matter. We’re offering this collectable, serviceable FN Hi-Power for only $ 439.95. Not transferable to civilians in Massachusetts. C&R Eligible, of course.
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