I have for sale a BHP in .40 S&W, used, with two factory 10 round mousetrap mags, box and manual. It's a great pistol, but it's time to let it go. After shooting it, I have to say it is one of the nicest shooting guns I've ever owned, but I'm thinning the herd.
The gun is in better than new condition. It shoots very fast and it has been 100% reliable for me. It feeds hollow points very well. It also has very little recoil, much less than any other .40 I've shot. Accuracy wise, it's the same as any other Hi-Power in .40 that has a factory barrel, which is to say moderate.
The gun has had some work done to it. All work was performed by me, except the bluing. If you have any questions, just ask. It has the following work done:
-Novak Lo-Mount (Hi-Power, not 1911 sized), plain black, milled into slide
-Novak Dovetail front sight, plain black, serrated, milled into slide
-Top of slide flattened and serrated, 25 lines per inch
-Barrel muzzle target crowned at 11 degrees
-Barrel throat/feedramp polished
-Hammer modified for no bite (trimmed, bobbed, and dehorned)
-Magazine disconnect removed
-Trigger job at 5 lbs.
-Rear of grip frame stippled
-Front strap stippled, with milled border around serial number
-Simonich/Strider Gunner grips
-New Hougue grip screws to replace the marred factory ones
-All external edges dehorned
-Matte re-blue of pistol (courtesy of The Weapon Works @ 19th Ave and Glendale)
-This gun is much darker than the pics show, as the flash washed it out a little
Other than the $400 NIB Hi-Power .40s that CDNN has, these guns usually go for $600 +, and a comparable gunsmithing package usually runs around $700. Cosmetically, it's not 100% magazine cover perfect, but it's pretty darned nice. The price will reflect that it's not my best work (I did this one for me, not for someone else, so I didn't take great pains to make cosmetics 100% perfect, but the pics are what it looks like)
I'm asking $650 FTF. I live on the west side. IM is the best way to contact me. Thanks for looking.