No New York City.
The words Browning Hi-Power Compact in our title ought to be in quotation marks, because there is no such thing as a Browning Hi-Power Compact. If any of our shoppers have any magazines that are allegedly for the Hi-Power Compact, you certainly don’t have anything. Here is the solution to your problem. This listing is for SIX magazine floorplates or tailpieces; hit Buy It, and you’re buying 6, not 1. Winning buyer, however, may take any number of extras we have on hand at the same per-piece price and with no additional shipping charges. Any Magazines showing in the photos are NOT included. The FEG 9HP in some of our photos is not included, either. The magazine well of a Browning 1935 Hi-Power pistol, and any of that invention’s copies, is approximately 4 1/16 inch deep, from the bottom of the closed slide to the butt edge of the grip frame. A standard magazine for a Browning Hi-Power measures 4 1/4 inches at the center on its back side. In 1994, however, a certain notorious Federal Statute passed that made a modification necessary. Fabrique Nationale and subcontractor Mec-Gar solved the problem by making a shortened body to that venerable pistol’s magazine, that measured 3 1/2 inches on its back side center, and a polymer tailpiece completed the length requirements and added 1/8 inch for floorplate space around the pistol’s butt of its grip frame. Ten Years later, the sunset of that federal law saw FN affiliate Browning Arms refilling its stock pistols with standard thirteen round magazines, and pulling out the tens and cancelling orders from the Italian subcontractor. At some point, and for some reason, Mec-Gar simply fitted a finger rest floor plate to the 3 1/2 inch steel bodies. We were among a good many buyers who bought some of those magazines, and we sat on them until recently, when we were able to obtain a limited quantity of the correct floorplates in an old Southern Warehouse. So, if any of our shoppers have any of those alleged Hi-Power Compact Magazines, you need these pieces; otherwise, you can fill your magazine with sand or other heavy ballast and try to use if for a fish sinker; or you can use it perhaps as a cookie dough nozzle and make cartridge follower shaped croissants. We’ll trade one of our tail pieces for two of your magazines, so long as you have 12 or more; or we’ll buy your useless magazines for $5 apiece. Our Single Tail Piece or Floorplate Price is $19, but we have a separate ad for Single Magazine buyers. We’re offering these six at a time, however, for the wholesale level price of only $9.84 each. Own 6 for only $ 59.00. Not for sale to residents of New York City. Any gun part deliveries into New York City require written permission from the Police Commissioner, so we cannot ship any gun parts into any of the six boroughs or 176 some odd zip codes, per NYC Code 10-131.10.
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Grips, Magazines, slings, holsters, scopes, mounts, parts & most any small light items, entire accessory orders only $10.00 total shipping no matter how many a person buys. $10.00 for an entire order, Not $10.00 per item or anything of the sort. $20 Flat Fee on magazine orders to Alaska, Hawaii, or Puerto Rico, and gun parts to PR civilians must ship to an FFL. Magazines and any small light non-gun items ride free with ammo orders. We accept checks with no more than 7 days hold. GA Pay, MC, Visa, Discover phone- or fax-in 7 3 1 9 8 9 4 7 2 3 orders, USPS Money Order items shipped ASAP please put your full information, venue number, and what the item is on any messages. Internet phone hours 8:30 – 4:30 CST Mon – Fri. Robertson Trading Post 117 Front Street PO Box 365 Henderson, Tennessee 38340. We buy, sell, and trade. Always have, since 1952.
$10.00 total for an entire order lower 48. for any combination of small light items. $20 to AK, HI, or PR. Grips Magazines & all small items ride free with Gun or Ammo shipments. We Buy, Sell, or Trade. We always have.
We Buy, Sell, or Trade. Always have.
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