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Old 09-17-2019, 12:13 PM
Vegasgunhand Vegasgunhand is offline
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My surplus BHP with a makeover
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Old 09-22-2019, 08:21 PM
RoverGuy RoverGuy is offline
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Location: Atlanta, GA
Age: 55
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My BHP family and some cousins...

Top to Bottom:

FN Herstal Lightweight
FN Herstal with internal extractor
FEG PJK-9HP (Kassnar) with ventilated rib on barrel
Tisas Regent BR9SS.
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Mike P.
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Old 09-24-2019, 08:37 AM
Bosbar Bosbar is offline
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My 77 "C" series,

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Old 10-11-2019, 03:54 PM
dwcopple dwcopple is offline
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Location: Mid - MI Tri-Cities
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Bought it this AM. Had em remove the grip so I could inspect the frame better. It's beautiful. Ordered some G10 grips after buying. $550 OTD. Forged frame. 2 mags "made in Italy" parkerized finish on them.

9mm RIA GI 1911
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Old 11-13-2019, 02:08 PM
slav slav is offline
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Arcus 94 Radical

BHSpringSolutions' Arcus 94 Radical
Some time ago I decided to try some entry Level I IPSC competitions just to see how my Arcus will behave and if the Hi-Power design, in general, is a viable option for such an activity. We (Mark and I) put our heads together on the task to optimize the performance of my Arcus 94... This is the end result:
1. SFS system
2. Crowned Barrel
3. Crisp 3.5lb trigger pull and 9mm wide trigger face thanks to the new BHSS trigger assembly (the new BHSS trigger subassembly is being continuously tested on my gun)
4. Race Polycarbonate MastersGrips
5. Fiber Optics inlays in the OEM sights
6. Magwell / Funnel
7. Slide Ports
8. BHSS Advanced Extractor
9. Open red dot sight
10. Fully optimized Springs all around
11. Picatinny rail
12. BHSS Recoil buffering guide rod
It turned out to be one really fun project for awesome range trips.

Hi-Power and 1911 Spring Kits, Tools and Grips.
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Old 11-24-2019, 02:03 PM
Ibmikey Ibmikey is offline
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Location: N E Washington State
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Here are two tangent Hi Powers, a first year of production and a 1993 Capitan (the 93 is solely marked with Browning Descriptors not FN and came in a Browning marked pouch).
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Old 12-19-2019, 03:21 PM
jb1911feg jb1911feg is offline
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FEG HP with RMR / red dot

this is a feg hp with RMR / red dot mounted with a modified dovetail mount. pistol has C and S wide trigger and ambi safety. it been polished and parkerized.
came with herrett and original grips.
without sight cost $350 shipped
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Old 12-21-2019, 02:04 PM
RoverGuy RoverGuy is offline
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Location: Atlanta, GA
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Found this at a gun show today. Looks like it has never been fired. One magazine is still wrapped in plastic and grease. The Test Inspection sheet included says it was tested on 19 Nov 1986. The box shows a ventilated rib model, which this is not. The serial number on the box end matches the pistol.
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Last edited by RoverGuy; 12-21-2019 at 05:31 PM. Reason: Removed ref to FEG in title.
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Old 12-26-2019, 05:11 PM
Don Flynn Don Flynn is offline
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Group photo of my current HP and Clone stash

Top row are my blued Standard Mk III, matte finish Mk III and FN marked Mk III SFS

Bottom row are 2 FEG HP's and last and least (at the moment, I'm hoping Slav can save it after the holidays) my TISA BR9
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Old 01-03-2020, 11:14 PM
mic214 mic214 is offline
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My 73c series with a few mods. I added a ring hammer, ambi safety and a set of MkIII grips:

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Old 01-05-2020, 03:46 PM
voodooranger voodooranger is offline
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Originally Posted by stevejness View Post
My custom Hi Power I just finished. It has a 4 lb trigger with under .100" of travel. C&S sear and hammer. Harrison rear, SDM front sights. I tightened the slide\frame fit. 40 lpi serrations on slide and sights. 40 lpi checkering front and rear. High cut frontstrap. Trigger was straightened some. Beveled magwell. Safeties were reshaped. Welded and reshaped beavertail. Blued finish, Spiegel grips.

how much would a workup like this cost?

that is wonderful
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Old 01-11-2020, 06:50 PM
MaverickDMD MaverickDMD is offline
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My first of many.. Tisas BR9 with a removable beavertail (pending..).
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