Something for the Hi Power fans

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Something for the Hi Power fans

Post by Schlegel » Sat Mar 25, 2017 10:53 pm

I picked this up recently, a pastor in a nearby town was selling off his late father's collection.
I already have a 9mm in the alloy frame, this Practical is a 40, and as a bonus it came with a 357 sig extended and ported barrel and a set of delrin Speigel grips.
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Strongly considering getting a threaded barrel, i could handload a 200gr subsonic 40....especially if cans come off the NFA.
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Re: Something for the Hi Power fans

Post by Herv100 » Sat Mar 25, 2017 11:29 pm

Awesome. Beautiful gun
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Re: Something for the Hi Power fans

Post by tonkadtx » Sun Mar 26, 2017 2:47 pm

Always liked external hammer action. That's one of the reason I have a soft spot for Hi-Power, etc. I know it has pros and cons...

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Re: Something for the Hi Power fans

Post by Schlegel » Sun Mar 26, 2017 4:24 pm

Also it seems to have already had the basic trigger work done. Mag disconnect is gone, takeup is smooth. One single moment of grit on the break, but only at absolute slowest speed can i sense it. Seems about as light a pull as I'd want on a carry gun, its not heavy at all.
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