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John Moses Browning last design and what a fantastic pistol it is. František Koucký (CZ-75 fame) had to be heavily influenced by this gun.

1986 FN Herstal Belgium MKII (Israeli surplus with no Israeli markings)


Argentina made BHP's under FN license for many years, here's an FM-90 after FN left Argentina (notice the short cut no machining on slide) note* got this in a trade and the magazine disconnect was removed, superb trigger job and commander hammer was added but he left the almost useless tiny thumb safety and very thick rubber grips:confused:


If you have a BHP or copy let's see them.
 

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I have one of the Argentine clones. I put the HP grips on it, removed magazine disconnect, replaced sear, sear spring, hammer, thumb safety, and trigger return spring.

One of the most accurate 9mms I have ever had.
 

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very nice pistolas Colt 45. Had one of the Argentine guns for a short while. The one I really miss is a Hungarian PJK-9HP. It was very accurate, as accurate as a buddies FN High Power.
 

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PV, I've been eyeballing one of the Hungarian PJK-9HP for a while now but keep telling myself to save up and send the FN to Cylinder & Slide for an overhaul. The FN was surplus and rattles like an old Ford truck and finish to match, but it goes bang every time and put the bullets where I point them.
 
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