6 years ago#1
cwhitman43
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Requesting estimated Value:
Browning Hi-Power Standard , 9mm,
SN T253781, 95% Condition Grade, Blue finish, Adj. Rear Sight (Military Style), Ring Hammer and external Extractor Post, Mfg, 1962-1972 in Belgium.

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5 years ago#2
JAMES
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MR.CWHITMAN43,HOW MUCH DID U BUY IT FOR

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5 years ago#3
Mark
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1968 Mfg. $1000+

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4 years ago#4
spikey614
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Thats sounds about right give or take a few hundred.

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4 years ago#5
Chuck
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James,

I bought it from a fellow worker around 1973 and I cannot remember what I paid. I imagine it was a couple hundred dollars, but not sure. Of course, I did not know what I had till I saw one on the internet for over $1,000. This weapon has added value (IMHO) in that it served as a backup weapon for the Protection of US Presidents from 1073-1991, which is document-able.
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4 years ago#6
spikey614
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Great Deal. I picked one up NIB for $900 with the stock for a stock for Vector Arms. I picked up a Stock from Sarco and Dermilled it to fit. I now need the BATF Stamp to put them together to shoot it.

I still have nopt shot the pistol yet and I've owned it foir over 5 years. I have other HP's that I shoot.

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