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Posting some photos of my FN Hi Power. I haven't taken any decent ones in a while. This one came to me with paper box and German owners manual. The mags still wrapped in oiled plastic. The best I can tell it is a 1967 model. Grips originally black plastic, now wearing Herretts.









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Beautiful! For many, mid-late 1960's T-Series pistols represent the high water mark of Hi-Power production.
 
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Thanks hjs. I have a friend who bought one new and still has it from the same time period. It is in excellent shape hardly ever shot. They are beautiful autos.


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Holy cow that’s nice!


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Has that thing ever been used?

Looks in phenomenal shape! Eek


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CPD, I haven't shot it. At the time I acquired it I had 3-4 other Hi Powers to shoot. I had a beautiful 69C model, and an excellent Silver Chrome model from the early 90s, this one is on par with those as far as condition. Smile


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That is quite lovely.




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Jhe, thanks I do like it.


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Absolutely beautiful. Look at the depth of the finish.


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That is stunning.


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That's a beauty! Always wanted one, but never pursued it enough.




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That’s excellent!



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Fine looking pistol. Something about those Hi-Powers.
 
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Yep, beautiful!
 
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For whatever reason Hi Powers never really appealed to me. That one has converted me. Those specific grips and the deep bluing. Yes please.
 
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Beautiful example, enjoy it !
 
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Grail gun! What a beautiful exemplar of the High Power. Thank you for letting us see this beauty from your collection.
 
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Very nice!



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That is purity.

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