I have the opportunity to purchase a browning High power besides the name i know very little.
I dont have the gun in my possession but i do remember that the serial number started with a T. (I was told that the T versions were made around 1965 and up)
The magazine does not drop freely. Because it has a built in saftey so that the gun cannot fire while the magazine is released. (Not sure if thats helpful to identifying the year of the model)
The grip easily fits in my hand, i think its far better then the way a colt fits, which is the reason id like to buy it. Its 9mm with a 13 round clip.
In the picture you cant tell the writing, but it did say Made in Belgium and i believe it had fabrique nationale on it as well. Also a canadian inglise bit but i cant remember for sure.
Looking closley its got abit of rust, on the bottom of the clip in a small space and around the sites, but not very much and when i remove it it should be perfect. Other then that there are no scratch marks, or damaged parts to the weapon, it seems to be in perfect condition. The picture shows some discoloration but i dont think thats the gun.
I have been hunting for any information i can get on this type of make and model, if anyone here wishes to practice thier teaching skils and educate me with a long list of references and essays id be more then happy to read through your response.
Thanks alot for any responses. (Pls refrain from cursing me out and saying a 1911 is better and for me to F@#* off) lol