*** carries more bullets and is more accurate than the U.S.-made Browning.***
I thought they were made in Belgium and now assembled in Portugal.
I love Belgium Brownings!
I have a pristine 1964 Belgian Hi-Power. Really like my Glocks too, my 1911’s too, my Colts too, my .............
I’ve got one and it’s very accurate. I learned to shoot with it and I’d love to have another.
They were made in Canada during WWII.
I’ll ping the gun guru. Maybe he’ll know if they plan to ship the old Brownings over here for sale.
I thought the same thing. I know FN has a factory in South Carolina but did not know they are making Brownings there.
The Brownings made in Argentina are also pretty decent. They don’t have the beautiful finish but inside appear identical to my 1969 Belgian Hi-Power. I have noticed even the tool marks on the side of the barrel near the feed ramp are similar.