Monday, September 1, 2014

Firearm Forum Question: Browning Hi Power Field Disassembly and Reassembly

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Can you do a Topic Post on the Browning Hi-Power 9mm semi auto pistol?
Thank you Mickey Spillane.

The Browning Hi-Power Semi Auto 9mm Handgun ...



The Browning Hi-Power Diagrams...


Answer:
Blog Administrator -
The Browning 9mm Hi-Power has been around for a long time. It is an excellent shooting weapon. I personally own one and have had no complaints or issues.
See the Youtube Videos below ...







Youtube Video: Browning Hi-Power Disassembly and Reassembly

Youtube Video: Some History and Demonstrating the Browning Hi-Power 9mm Handgun


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117 comments:

  1. My Dad bought me one of these and I still shoot it on occasion.

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  2. I have an old Browning I bought after Nam, its sometime around 70 or 71. These are great shooting handguns very reliable. The early models have a tendency to jam on hollow point 9mm rounds.

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    1. Agreed, mine is mid-70's also. I had the bore ported and honed out. Also shaved the burs off my 2 magazines. Works great after that.

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  3. My Dad has one of these, they are great handguns.
    I hate that damn Google useless sign-in crap ...
    S. R. Gun

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    1. Yeah Google really needs to do something much better about letting people sign-in and post comments. I have wrote to them but with no results.

      Thank you for you comment and patience.

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  4. Hear Ye Hear Ye let it be known this is one fine ass site.

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    1. Well thank you very much for that fine comment and observance.

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  5. No surprise here, this is an excellent handgun great quality fine shooting.

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  6. Good handgun but I like my Glock and Beretta.

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  7. Heard of this fine weapon piece, but must stay with the Chinese model-version of the 9mm for my warriors.

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  8. 1 of my favorite handguns to shoot

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  9. Over the past few months I have become a dedicated Glock owner in 9mm; 40 Cal; and 45 Acp.

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  10. reminds me time for some range time ....
    lets boogie

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  11. Very well presented, excellent topic.

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  12. Well written but I like my new SR 22 Ruger

    So could you please do a topic on the SR 22

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  13. My Dad had one of the early models, he left it to me. I had the port feed reworked because hollow points always jammed.

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    1. Just made that same comment above about my early made mid-70's issue model.

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  14. I have become a dedicated GLOCK user.

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    1. No problem, shoot on, shoot well, practice often.

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  15. Alice I am so glad I kept mine, makes me feel safe while driving the bus.

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  16. an excellent made firearm but there is less chance of a Glock jamming

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    1. This is probably true, see my Topic on JAMMING.

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  17. Kick myself for ever selling mine.

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    1. Yep been there done that on some firearms I owned.

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  18. Thanks for finally talking about > "Firearm Forum Question: Browning Hi Power Field Disassembly and Reassembly" < Loved it!

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    1. Glad you enjoy it, please visit again soon.

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  19. Once again I must reiterate, I like this site.

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    1. I am glad you are a dedicated visitor, thank you for your support.

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  20. I have one of these, haven't shot it in years.
    I am now a happy Glock 17 Gen 3 owner - I carry it everywhere I go, practice often.


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    1. Practice is important to accuracy shooting.

      LoL

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  21. Can see the joy of owning one but have move forward to a Sig Sauer P226.

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    1. There are many Sig dedicated owners.

      A Topic on Sig Sauer P226 and other models is forthcoming soon.

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  22. there be really good stuff at this site

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    1. Thank yo for your comment and please visit again soon.

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  23. I continue to find this gun forum the absolute best on the Internet. Thank you Firearms Guy for all the work you put into this for gun lovers everywhere.

    The Daily Sign Post Reminder: The Twilight Zone is just ahead for all you dumbass Libtards.

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    1. That is greatly appreciated and thank you ever so much for your continued support and comments.

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  24. Heard good things about these but have never personally owned one.

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    1. I have one, and excellent firearm, a little hard to clean versus say the Glock.

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  25. These are great handguns. I passed my ownership onto my son.

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  26. Thankx - a nice reminder to take mine out of my gun vault safe and go shooting.

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    1. You are welcome don't forget to clean it before storing.

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  27. My Dad has one of these, it will be mine someday, but not too soon I pray.

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  28. Twitter / Facebook user here - have not seen you on Twitter for awhile nor any new posted topics here on your site - what's up?

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    1. i am also looking forward to a new topic soon

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    2. I was traveling out of state, back now and reposting here and on Twitter.

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  29. somewhat interesting but now I just own a Glock

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  30. This thread post is looking damn good to me.

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  31. Nice firearm.

    Remember to use a condom on your gun.

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  32. Interesting topic read, some of the comments are quite enlightening.

    This site is absolutely the best damn firearms forum on the internet today.
    Looking forward to more topics from you Mr. Firearms Guy.

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    1. Your are a person of great perception no doubt.

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  33. These are great firearms, I have a later model but I do know people with earlier models that have had them ported because of jamming with some ammo.

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    1. That's true, mine is older and I had the port honed out and the magazines edges smooth out, it shoots great now.

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  34. My Dad had one of these but I cannot remember what happened to it. I believe it was from the mid-60's.

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  35. I know you were only on Facebook for a short time, but I was a friend and have been following your site, please start posting some new topics soon.

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    1. Done, new posted topics here.

      No more Facebook, they kicked me off without notice or reason.

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  36. Great post, like to see more, please continue your firearm topics.

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  37. Over from Pinterest ...
    Damn useless Google wanting me to create a n account to post a comment ....

    Love this site, but may I ask, will there be anymore posts?

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    1. Yeah Google needs to change how people post comments.

      Thanks for your support.

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  38. i enjoyed the thread

    looking forward to some new topics from you

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    1. New Topics posted, check them out, more coming soon.

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  39. dont know anything about this firearm but it looks interesting

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  40. Better choice today is either the Sig P226 or the Glcok 17.

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    1. Firearms are like cars, everyone has their own likes and dislikes.

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    1. I own one of these myself. And, I prefer my Glock.

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  42. I have become a dedicated Glock guy.

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    1. You are not alone, they are the most popular handgun in America.

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  43. I had a friend who past away last year, I use to shoot his all the time, very accurate.

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  44. not for me , i am aware o the jamming issues especially with hollow point rounds

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    1. Like I said above, I had mine reworked so it does not jam.

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  45. These hold their value quite well, I sold mine many years ago.

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  46. The Browning is a fine weapon.

    Are you planning on doing a topic post on the Beretta 92F/92FS/M9 semi auto handgun?

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    1. I have fired the Browning but prefer the Beretta 92FS.

      Yes are you planning soon to do a TOPIC on the Beretta 92FS?

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    2. Agreed the Browning is a very nice weapon.

      I would also enjoy a topic on the Beretta 92FS.

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  47. Never owned one but heard nothing but great things about this handgun.

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  48. This is one great firearm, sorry I ever sold mine.

    Joke - A chicken and an egg are lying in bed. The chicken takes out a cigarette and begins to smoke. The egg, pissed off, takes one look at the chicken, rolls over and pulls the blanket over him and says, "I guess we answered that question!"

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  49. Somewhat sorry I sold mine but I decided about 5 years ago to get down to one caliber, 45.

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  50. I still have mine. Had a complete action job done, shoots flawlessly. Also I have been picking up extra used magazines along the way over the past 5 years.

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  51. Like I said I am a dedicated Glock shooter.

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  52. Nice handgun but like I said I am a SIG user.

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  53. An excellent weapon, I shoot mine maybe 3 or 4 times per year.

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  54. My brother-in-law has one, he loves it.

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  55. nice gun
    its always been on my list to get but i never got around to it

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  56. Shoots well, nice gun but 9mm is very hard to suppress.

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