Excellent condition Browning High-Power, 9mm. I bought it used, although it looks like it had exactly one magazine put through it before I purchased it. I put 13 jam-free rounds through it. I bought it when I thought Wisconsin might actually pass CCW, because I wanted a single-action exemplar pistol to train with. Now that CCW is dead for another two years I'm getting rid of this because I'll never carry it.
The gun looks like it hasn't had 50 rounds through it. I've included close-ups of the frame rails and the slide-release pin to show how little wear it has. It comes with the original Browning case and three never-used 13-round Mec-Gar mags, besides the mag with the gun (4 mags total).
Magazine safety is in place. I don't have a trigger scale, but it's not a "grunter" and it has a crisp let-off (compared to my Glock, anyway
).Right sideTopBottomFrame railsSlide release leverLeft side, strippedBrowning-Utah, close-up on left slidePistol in Browning caseCase & Mec-Gar mags
High-Powers bite my hand, so I bought two extra hammers on eBay described as Cylinder & Slide. I intended to dremel these into "no-bite" hammers and then install one. I'll include these hammers (not yet modified), assuming I can find where I put them. They had no markings and didn't have any packaging, so I can't positively confirm they're actual C&S parts.
I have an excellent condition Kramer IWB holster for this gun I'm selling separately after I dispose of the gun. Purchaser of pistol has first shot at it. Looks unused, although I actually holstered this pistol in it once to make sure it fit
Pistol & mags:
$535 shipped, $505 FTF in Wisconsin. Holster $50 separately or $40 w/pistol.
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