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Old 03-24-2004, 12:29 PM
Donald Vick Donald Vick is offline
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Yes, an original Belgium-made BHP!

I've had this piece for nearly 10 years and absolutly love it. It has the combat sights and thus you have to adjust to the sights. Everyone that has shot it winds up with a school-girl (not sexist!) giggle buy the end of the session. It is my pride and joy and I hope to pass it to my child one day.

DON
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Old 03-24-2004, 06:52 PM
Stephen A. Camp Stephen A. Camp is offline
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Hello. Very good. They are shooters, aren't they?

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Old 03-25-2004, 05:05 AM
Donald Vick Donald Vick is offline
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Quite a Shooter

I must say that this is the sweetest piece I have.
Including:
Armscor 1911 (very nice-best deal going in "custom" 1911's right now)
Walther P99 .40 (current carry piece)
Taurus PT101 .40 (wife's piece)
Berretta Elite II .40 (very nice but sold it)
Ruger P91 .40 (great gun but sold it)
etc....

Point is that the BHP was my first and I still have it! I will always have it and the gun-grabbers will only get it after they take the bullets first, all that I have!

DON
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