The Browning Hi-Power should handle the hot rounds as well as anything.
Back in the 70’s the government had the HP White firm test all handguns for safety. These tests including shooting a lot of proof level loads.
The tests were clearly too difficult to pass, probably on purpose. I do recall the Browning Hi-Power was one of the few to make it through with no damage.
Thinking back, I remember an account from somebody who was detailed to inspect a large lot of WW2-vintage Inglis High-Powers that were surplussed from Britain in the 1980s. Out of something like 10,000 well-used pistols, the number they had to scrap for serious defects was...four. Another hundred needed new extractors...and that was about it.