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    Oh yeah, and a 9mm Hi Power!

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    Quote Originally Posted by turbobug View Post
    3 browning bss 20 guage doubles
    i have one of those too, 12 ga mod/full
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    I have an A Bolt in.243. Can't get it to shoot anything over 58grs. But the little 58 V Max knock the dog snot out of Fox and Coyote.
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    BLR pistol grip Stainless 308, rain rifle
    BLR pistol grip 7MM WSM, accurate long range lever
    Browning copy of Winchester 1895 carbine, 30-06
    X-Bolt Stainless\Walnut 7mm WSM, safe queen
    Auto-5 Magnum 12ga, slug barrel..beeing converted to choke tubes for buckshot.
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    Welcome, BLR takedown 7mm-08 never had a bad Browning !!!

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    I have some too......Deer donker is a 30/06 BAR......Belgain SA22 fills the squirrel pot.....and others............
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    Light Twelve, Belgium 1971, bought it in 1972 and never plan to sell it.
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    U.S. Navy⚓️1965-1969, NRA Member, Model 1894 .44 mag.
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    Have had many Browning shotguns over the years but my current Browning’s are a BLR in .308 and a .22 buckmark. Very nice guns
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    Hi Powers eh? Classics. Like a Ferrari, they look like they are going 100mph when standing still.....

    I know them well, old friends so to say. Try this trick, sit and look at the Hi Power for ten minutes in a quiet room. If you listen really carefully you can hear the words 'Pick me up and shoot me......lets go to the range.......shoot me....shoot me...'
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    Quote Originally Posted by tranteruk View Post
    Hi Powers eh? Classics. Like a Ferrari, they look like they are going 100mph when standing still.....

    I know them well, old friends so to say. Try this trick, sit and look at the Hi Power for ten minutes in a quiet room. If you listen really carefully you can hear the words 'Pick me up and shoot me......lets go to the range.......shoot me....shoot me...'
    Thanks for resurrecting this thread. I've added another Belgium Hi-Power since my first post. It's a nice "C" from 1969 pictured below. Anything made by FN is first rate. I'm addicted to Hi-Powers, Challengers, and some day a Medalist.
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